Andrew Dorff - Hit Of Mess album flac
- Album: Hit Of Mess
- FLAC: 1623 mb | MP3: 1931 mb
- Country: US
- Style: Pop Rock
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 670
- Format: AHX RA AIFF AAC FLAC TTA WAV
|A2||Too Far Underground|
|B2||Deaf To Sorry|
|B3||No Butter, No Oil|
|B4||Come To Me|
NotesYellow & black tray insert. Album title is "Hit of Mess" rather than "Hint". Tape is unlabeled. Appears to be a demo tape.
|OK 67742||Andrew Dorff||Hint Of Mess (CD, Album)||Work||OK 67742||US||1997|
|SRCS-8429, none||Andrew Dorff||Hint Of Mess (CD, Album)||Sony Records, Work||SRCS-8429, none||Japan||1997|
|487839 2, WRK 487839 2||Andrew Dorff||Hint Of Mess (CD, Album)||Work, Work, Columbia||487839 2, WRK 487839 2||Europe||1997|
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Songwriter Andrew Dorff has died. He's the man behind hit song from Kenny Chesney, Blake Shelton and more.
Andrew Dorff (died December 20, 2016, aged 40) was an American country music singer/songwriter from Nashville, Tennessee. Brother of actor and musician Stephen Dorff and son of songwriter and producer Steve Dorff. Variations: Viewing All Andrew Dorff. A. Dorff, Andrew M. Dorff, Dorff. Hungover And Up (Album).
Nashville songwriter Andrew Dorff penned some huge country hits, including Blake Shelton's "Neon Light" and Kenny Chesney's "Save It For A Rainy Da. . He wrote Shelton's recent No. 1 single "Neon Light," as well as Chesney's smash hit "Save It For A Rainy Da. Dorff also had cuts by artists including Ronnie Dunn, Hunter Hayes, Sara Evans, Martina McBride, William Michael Morgan and many more. The news of his death was confirmed by the Nashville Songwriters Association International. It is with immeasurable grief that we learn of the passing of our friend Andrew Dorff. Our songwriting community is small and close and this loss will hurt us all deeply," the organization said in a statement.
Actor Stephen Dorff, the brother of songwriter Andrew Dorff, discusses his brother's tragic death with Larry King in a new interview. During his interview on Larry King Now, Stephen Dorff revealed that his brother, who was 40 years old, died following an incident while he was vacationing in Turks and Caicos. We don't know officially, but there was some drinking involved, there was a Jacuzzi involved, and there was water involved," Dorff tells King. Andrew was splashing around. and somebody spotted him laying on his back, not moving
Stephen Dorff reflects on the death of his songwriter brother Andrew and discusses his new movie 'Wheeler. Born in Atlanta in 1973, Stephen Dorff was just three months old when his songwriter father, Steve Dorff, moved the family to Los Angeles. Stephen took advantage of his industry upbringing to pursue acting, making his big-screen debut at 13 in 1987’s The Gate. Dorff continues to grieve for his brother, making the media obligations for Wheeler, released February 3rd in theaters and On Demand, an emotional ride. In a candid conversation with Rolling Stone Country backstage at the Ryman, in a dressing room featuring a huge portrait of Johnny Cash, Dorff reflected on his unique new film, performing at the Opry and the impact of his brother Andrew. Is there anything in your movie career that compares to the sensation of playing on the Grand Ole Opry?
Andrew Dorff's Dec. 19 death left the country music community heartbroken. These are some of his most well-known songs. Dorff helped write both the Chesney hit and Old Dominion's breakout song "Shut Me Up" with the band's Matt Ramsey and Brad Tursi. While not a smash on traditional radio, the song earned them recognition after getting significant attention on satellite radio. Martina McBride's "Ride" and Ronnie Dunn's "Bleed Red" were other songs he helped write.
Andrew was a good man and a good friend. He was an elite songwriter at the peak of his life and career. According to the Miami-Dade County medical examiner database, Dorff died Monday
Stephen Dorff (born April 21, 1949) is an American songwriter and composer whose work is mainly in the field of country music. Dorff has written several songs for other artists, including "Hypnotize the Moon" and "My Heart Will Never Know" for Clay Walker, "The Man in Love with You" and "I Cross My Heart" by George Strait, "Don't Underestimate My Love for You" by Lee Greenwood, "Every Which Way but Loose" by Eddie Rabbitt and "Through the Years" by Kenny Rogers.
Andrew Dorff, a popular and respected songwriter who specialized in the world of country music, was found dead on Monday night. to Somebody’s Heartbreak" by Hunter Hayes.