Pure Raw Energy! ...a refreshing dip into their unique version of what they call "texican rock and roll". --Lakota Harden, Amazon, January 28, 2005
|1. Scuttle Buttin|
|2. Friday Night (early version)|
|3. I Don't Want To Lose Your Love (early version)|
|5. Friday Night|
|6. Dime Mi Amour|
|7. Baby You're Gonna See|
|8. I Want You To Feel The Same Way|
|9. I'm The Man To Beat|
|10. I Don't Want To Lose Your Love|
|11. Cotton Fields and Cross Roads|
|13. I'm Gone|
|14. My Sweet Sweet Kiss|
|15. Pride & Joy|
|16. End of a New Beginning|
I can't believe it took 5 years for this breakout band to hit it big.
Their rock n roll /latin roots in a blues blend brings out a vunerability that takes us deeper into the magic of what guitar playing does to your soul.
Listen to their music of today and get a good sense of their own original sound, not SRV's or anyone else.
This is by far my favorite Los Lonely Boys CD, and I have them all. It is hard to find music like this anymore, especially from a power trio (which hardley exist anymore). Read morePublished on February 22, 2013 by Jay Starliper
I can't believe it took 5 years for this breakout band to hit it big. I guess its all in pubicity and management! Read morePublished on February 1, 2006 by Jacquelynne Meyer
If Los Lonely Boys seem to have burst on the scene from nowhere, this recording from several years ago shows that they were working the tunes from their first album for quite a... Read morePublished on November 14, 2005 by Golden Rose
Awesome cd. The right mix of rock and blues. It reaches out to those who have yet to discover the talent of this young group. Read morePublished on July 21, 2005 by Kimmy KM
These guys are amazing. The are influenced by SRV, so its great to here them play some Stevie. Their self-titled cd and the Live from Austin DVD are unbelievably great, so I had to... Read morePublished on November 7, 2004 by P. Rankin
While many have come to love LLB as a result of the Enhanced CD from the fall of 2003, there's a whole lot of music that most have never heard - and this album is a prime... Read morePublished on October 31, 2004 by AustinStratFan