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Sophomore blues? Yeah, right!,
This review is from: Sacred (Audio CD)
Los Lonely Boys (los Hermanos del Garza, if I may be allowed to practice my rudimentary Spanish) have a knack: combining expert musicianship with catchy rhythms/lyrics. The result is spectacular--their debut album was a knock-out, and their sophomore effort only continues to display their many talents.
From heartbreak to eternal love, to divine devotion, SACRED is an album of...well, sanctity. These three gentlemen seem to worship their music, to thrive on their melodies...and we can only thank them for it. The songs here are just as enjoyable as those on the first (there's no instrumental this time around, but the guys get enough picking/playing room to display their versitile talents), and the duet with father Enrique Sr. and Willie Nelson is pure outlaw enjoyment (good thing the song is entitled "Outlaws"). SACRED is a true rock/Tejano/Texicano/country/blues record...it is an album celebrating the virtues of music, by 3 of the most talented musicians today.
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Initial post: Aug 12, 2011 12:27:33 PM PDT
Mrs. Dirk Diggler says:
Que Dice, Dan? Just teasing. Mi esposo es Chicano.
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