: Sacred

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by: Los Lonely Boys

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Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0827969419427
Format: Content/Copy-Protected CD, Import
Item Dimensions: 4550022575
Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
Languages: EnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Sony Music Canada Inc.
MPN: 827969419427
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Sony Music Canada Inc.
Release Date: July 18, 2006
Running Time: 53 minutes
Studio: Sony Music Canada Inc.

Disc 1:
  1. My Way
  2. Órale
  3. Diamonds
  4. Oye Mamacita
  5. I Never Met A Woman
  6. Roses
  7. Texican Style
  8. One More Day
  9. Memories
  10. My Loneliness
  11. Outlaws
  12. Home
  13. Living My Life
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Two years since their multi-platinum album debut and a Grammy Award for "Heaven", the Los Lonely Boys are back with a new soul-driven album, Sacred. With powerful harmonies and pulsating guitars, Sacred covers 13 songs, all co-written by the Texican brothers, including the single, "Diamonds".
One of the few contemporary bands to land a decidedly roots-rock song on the charts with 2004's Grammy-winning "Heaven," Los Lonely Boys solidified their status as youngsters with an established sound on their first disc. On this highly anticipated studio followup, all talk of the sophomore jinx dissipates with the opening soul-drenched riff rocker "My Way." Although horns are added for extra drama, the three Garza brothers nail this groove as Henry's Stevie Ray Vaughan-fortified guitar powers one of the boys' most fiery performances. Supporter and mentor Willie Nelson joins on the wah-wah driven, Waylon Jennings-styled "Outlaws," as does the brothers' musician father Enrique Sr. Tough midtempo ballads such as "Home" and the very Santana-ish "I Never Met a Woman" follow in the footsteps of "Heaven" as candidates for slow dance song of the year.

Anyone entranced by the Garzas' debut will be thrilled by this classy followup that tightens some of the loose ends but displays additional confidence resulting from two years of nearly nonstop road work. The band spotlights its Tex-Mex roots on the accordion-driven "Texican Style," where near-perfect vocal harmonies drive an irresistible bluesy shuffle. Most encouraging is that Los Lonely Boys haven't succumbed to commercial pressure since their surprise hit debut. Rather, they have refined and organically expanded their approach, and crafted another classy, committed, radio-friendly Americana gem that meshes blues, Mexican, and soul with a spicy topping of hot-sauce musicianship. --Hal Horowitz

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