Sons of the Desert is a 1933 American Pre-Code film starring Laurel and Hardy, and directed by William A. Seiter. It was first released in the United States on December 29, 1933 and is regarded as one of Laurel and Hardy's best films. In the United Kingdom, the film was originally released under the title Fraternally Yours.
Change (Sons of the Desert album). Change is the second and final album released by American country music band Sons of the Desert. It was released in 2000 on MCA Nashville, and contains the singles "Change", "Everybody's Gotta Grow up Sometime" and "What I Did Right". Albuquerque" was originally recorded by the band in the late 1990s for an unreleased second album for Epic Records, their former label.
Sons of the Desert then entered a dispute with Sony over "Goodbye Earl", resulting in the band's departure from the label . Sons of the Desert exited the label and broke up. Drew Womack recorded a solo album for Smith Music Group in 2003 which featured several contributions from the band's other members, and a re-recording of "Leaving October". In 2012, Womack released his first solo album in nearly a decade, Sunshine to Rain, following surgery to rebuild a vertebrae in his spine.
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The Texas-based country music band called Sons of the Desert scored a top-ten hit with their debut album, Whatever Comes First, in 1997. A group that has traveled extensively on the country music circuit, it relies on powerful harmony and music with a message to hold the fans, who are dedicated and loyal. Sons of the Desert took their name from the classic 1933 Laurel and Hardy movie of the same name about a nutty pair who sneak off to a fraternal convention without telling their wives.
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Sons of the Desert then entered a dispute with Sony over Goodbye Earl and their second album for Epic was not released, and Sony acquired the rights to all of that albums songs. Albuquerque was issued as the albums second single, peaking at N. 8. Sons of the Desert signed to MCA Nashville Records in October 1999, the bands first album for MCA, titled Change, was released a year later. The label also shifted the focus to just the Womack brothers