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Monday, April 16, 2012

Los Lonely Boys 2004 Live At The Fillmore, October 23, 2004

Genre: Blues-Rock
Rate: 174 kbps VBR / 44100
Time: 01:19:29
Size: 99,55 MB

United States

Even before Los Lonely Boys' self-titled debut album sold millions of copies and earned the band a Grammy award, those in the know traded stories about the Texas trio's legendary concerts. LIVE AT THE FILLMORE officially reveals what all the fuss was about.

A no-holds-barred slab of rootsy Tex/Mex blues-rock with an all-important dollop of pop smarts, the record recalls the great live albums of the 1970s. Group leader Henry Garza is a genuine guitar hero who seems to know every lick that Jimi Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan ever played, and his extended solo on "Dime Mi Amor" is one of the disc's highlights. As is often the case with sibling bands, the Garza brothers seem to communicate telepathically when it comes to singing; their harmonies are sweeter than ever on the a cappella tour de force "More Than Love." The 13-minute "Onda" showcases the full range of the combo's string-bending, soul-shouting, polyrhythmic rock prowess, coming off like a new-millennium version of a classic Santana instrumental jam. (


01 - Crazy Dream 06:42

02 - Hollywood 06:06

03 - Man To Beat 04:59

04 - More Than Love 03:08

05 - Nobody Else 04:58

06 - Dime Mi Amor 11:27

07 - Onda 13:09

08 - Velvet Sky 05:40

09 - Cisco Kid 07:27

10 - La Bamba 03:21

11 - Real Emotions 05:44

12 - Heaven 06:48

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Thanks to a friend of SBR for sharing this album!



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