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Los Lonely Boys [DualDisc]

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  • Posted January 17, 2014

    Los Lonely Boys music has got it all. Smooth vocals, well played

    Los Lonely Boys music has got it all. Smooth vocals, well played musical parts with the lead riffs by Henry as well played as any guitarist on the planet. (Somewhere Stevie Ray Vaughan is smiling every time Henry touches the guitar). They have songs with uptempo latin rhythms and slow ones for the tender times. The only thing better than listening to their CD's is seeing them IN CONCERT. That was a night to remember and they never leave the audience unhappy. This new album "Revelation" may be there best yet! Great job, guys!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Brave New Sound For American Rock And Roll.

    With The Rock En Espanol Era becoming a universal music phenomenon and
    revolutionizing the way rock and roll is played in Latin America during
    the 2000's, a new form of Latin rock was emerging in the United States--
    and right in Texas. The sound was Texican Rock and the band that bought
    it to a worldwide audience was Los Lonely Boys. As part of a steadily
    growing number of Hispanic rock acts in the United States who have made
    it big in recent memory, Los Lonely Boys showcases a hard-driving Latin
    Rock sound and a gutsy electric guitar artistry after making it's way
    on the music scene in 2003 when they released their highly praised self-titled debut CD. Showcased a track set including such classic hits like Heaven, Dime Mi Amor, Crazy Dreams, the instrumental favourite Onda and
    Vanilla Sky, Los Lonely Boys' first hit CD is gauranteed to be a historic
    landmark in rock and roll history.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Something fresh with voices from heaven!

    I popped this into my cd and immediately started moving. It is suggestive, and not in your face. Their voices are so soothing, yet pretty darn sexual. The instrumentals are reminiscent of Santana, but not as long, which has it's good points. I was sad when the cd ended, and when I am feeling down, I know this will be the music I will be looking for. Outstanding!

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