Zone is the third and final studio album by Australian music group Southern Sons. The album was released in Australia in 1996. The album was re-released in 1996 with an alternate track listing and three live tracks. All the tracks were written by guitarist Phil Buckle with various contributions. Colin Hay appears as guest on track "Don't Tell Me What's Right". Zone" (J. Jones, P. Buckle, T. Deluca) – 4:23.
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Home Southern Sons . Southern Sons. Mon. 28. Aug. RICK PRICE And JACK JONES Comeback With New Studio Album California Dreaming. Artist: Rick Price & Jack Jones. Recording the twelve track album in Nashville at his home studio, Rick talks about making the album, saying: I felt we needed to pay homage to be these songs and be respectful to the melodies and arrangements and not drift too far off the reservation. 1992’s follow-up NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH shot into the Top 40 and was followed by ZONE in 1996. New York City based Jack also performs under his birth name, Irwin Thomas. His other work includes his involvement in Electric Mary, a slew of acclaimed solo singles and his much lauded debut platter, THE EVOLUTION OF IRWIN THOMAS (2002).
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Main article: Southern Sons (album). Southern Sons were established in 1989 after the members of the group The State joined New York-born, Melbourne-raised, 19-year-old guitar prodigy Jack Jones. The group signed a record deal by Glenn Wheatley on his labelWheatley Records. In July 1990, Southern Sons released their debut single "Heart in Danger", which peaked at number 5 on the ARIA Charts. Main articles: Nothing But The Truth (Southern Sons album) and Zone (Southern Sons album). In August 1992, Southern Sons released "Lead Me to Water", the lead single from the group's second studio album. The song peaked at number 36. Nothing But the Truth, was released in November 1992 and came with the departure of guitarist Peter Bowman. The album's third single "You Were There" peaked at number 6 in May 1993.
1996 studio album by Southern Sons. Don't Tell Me What's Right" Released: 1995. Trust In Me" Released: 1996. 1996 Re-Release Cover. Zone is the third and final studio album by Australian music group Southern Sons.