Los Lobos :: Tin Can Trust


In 1987 brak Los Lobos door naar het grote publiek met hun cover van La Bamba. Maar in hits waren deze Mexicanen uit Los Angeles eigenlijk niet zo geïnteresseerd. Ze wilden zonder hun roots te verloochenen nieuwe muziek creëren. En daar slaagden ze wonderwel in. Nu, 23 jaar later, is er Tin Can Trust, wederom een briljante mix van blues, latin, rock en country. Los Lobos is experimenteel en toegankelijk tegelijk, een van de spannendste groepen ooit. 

The multi-platinum selling Los Lobos return with Tin Can Trust, a typically unique and brilliantly accomplished album of Mexican-influenced rock, country and blues recorded in East L.A. during the spring of 2010.  Featuring ten new original compositions and a track co-written with the Grateful Dead’s Robert Hunter, Tin Can Trust sees Los Lobos at the top of their game, sounding revitalized and better than ever.
Tin Can Trust shows Los Lobos doing what they do best, performing a solid set of well-structured numbers that take in a range of influences without ever losing sight of the band’s essential identity – rootsy, gutsy tunes are infused with a heavy dose of authentic Chicano flavour, and in keeping with both their musical and cultural heritage the album includes two new Spanish language songs, Yo Canto (a Columbian cumbia tune), and Mujer Ingrata (a traditionally Mexican norteño).

1    Burn It Down
2    On Main Street
3    Yo Canto
4    Tin Can Trust
5    Jupiter Or The Moon
6    Do The Murray
7    All My Brides Burning
8    West L.A. Fade Away
9    The Lady And The Rose
10  Mujer Ingrata
11  27 Spanishes



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