Tony Deziel | Some Things Never Change

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Some Things Never Change

by Tony Deziel

Tony Deziel "Some Things Never Change." Tony Deziel's new album contains four new oriningals, plus eight covers from rock's greatest songwriters.
Genre: Rock: British Blues
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1. What'cha Put in That Kiss
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2. Substitute
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3. Got to Get You Into My Life
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4. If I Could Hold You
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5. All the Young Dudes
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6. Lyndsai
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7. S.W.L.A.B.R.
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8. Outside Woman Blues
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9. Something
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3:03 $1.25
10. Tattoo'd Lady
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11. I'm Tore Down
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12. Calistoga
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
On the making of "Some Things Never Change":

“At first I was just going to put out a CD single of “What’cha Put In That Kiss” for my forthcoming album, with the thought of including with it one or two covers. But what happened was, as soon as we recorded a couple of cover songs, we couldn’t stop! It was very much a group decision as to what songs we’d record, as Scott suggested “Got to Get You Into My Life,” Paul and Steve “Dudes,” Paul and Scott “Substitute.” Kelly had asked me what I thought was the best love song ever,
and I immediately responded “Something.” This in-turn led me to think, ‘Ah yes, let’s see if we can pull that one off.’ In the process, we basically recorded a bunch of songs that all of us just love. In-essence, it allowed me to pay homage to the music that I love, grew up with, and still listen to today. As you can see, many of my main influences came from across the Atlantic. Enjoy, Cheers, Slainte.”–Tony Deziel November 10, 2012.


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Georgia

"Some Things Never Change"
I love this CD!! It's GREAT and is my personal favorite!! I purchased it to listen to in my car and first heard it on Mother's Day 2013 when I took a drive up to Seattle from Vancouver, Wa..
So glad I waited to hear it, because I will now always have the special memory of listening to it on the drive with my sons. We all loved it and had fun singing along. One of my sons is a drummer and he had so much fun air drumming! : ) That's what GREAT music can do, it brings back GREAT memories! 20 years from now when I hear it I will always remember the first time I heard it. The band does an excellent job on the covers, and personally I think they sound better than the original versions. Tony Deziel's new songs are fantastic! I could listen to this CD over and over...it never gets old!! If you don't have a copy get it now!! You'll be HAPPY you did!! : )