Sacred (Los Lonely Boys album)

Sacred is the Los Lonely Boys' fourth album and their second studio set, released on July 18, 2006. The original title of the album, as shown on the "Diamonds" single printed materials was to be "Òralé". "Diamonds", a revised version of the same song from the 1997 album, was the first single to be released on May 8, 2006. This was followed by the single release of "My Way".

Studio album by
ReleasedJuly 18, 2006
GenreChicano rock, rock and roll, roots rock, Tex-Mex
ProducerLos Lonely Boys, John Porter, Mark Wright
Los Lonely Boys chronology
Live at Blue Cat Blues
Professional ratings
Review scores
Rolling Stone[3]

The album features a fuller sound than the earlier album, primarily due to extra instruments. The button accordion is prominently featured on "Texican Style", and harmonica on "Home". There are horn accompaniments (trumpet, tenor and baritone sax) on several songs, including "My Way".

Willie Nelson and the band members' father, Enrique Garza, both perform on "Outlaws". Patrick Simmons of the Doobie Brothers is a co-author of "Roses".

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