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Hacienda Brothers

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She's Gone
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Mental Revenge
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Leavin' On My Mind
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I'm So Proud
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South Of Lonesome
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Looking For Loneliness
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Walkin' On My Dreams
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Railed
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No Time To Waste
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The Years That Got Away
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Seven Little Numbers
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I've Got A Secret
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Turn To Grey
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Saguaro
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 47:40

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Agree, An Excellent Album

MMitch59

Solid stuff all the way through. Country in a good and real way but more than country too. Great songs, singing and playing.

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GREAT!!!

PabloHoney

I'm not a country fan at all, but this album really was good. Containing hints of blues, rock and country, Hacienda Brothers touches on emotions that range from raw hurt to plain fun. Give it a chance and you might discover a good band.

They Say All Music Guide

Traditional honky tonk may be dead, but don’t tell the Hacienda Brothers that — they not only think it’s still alive and kicking, they play the stuff as if their lives depended on it. An inspired collaboration between rough-hewn singer/songwriter Chris Gaffney and Paladins guitar picker Dave Gonzalez, the Hacienda Brothers’ debut album gets marvelously sympathetic production from Memphis R&B legend Dan Penn, who also lends his estimable songwriter skills to two cuts, and obviously encouraged the band to walk the fine line between old-school country and old-school soul, hitting an emotional sweet spot that’s deeply affecting. If Gaffney doesn’t have the smoothest vocal instrument in the world, it richly communicates in the manner of Waylon Jennings and Johnny Paycheck, and he writes hurtin’ songs with the best of them, while Gonzalez’s sharp, concise guitar lines would have done any number of Bakersfield pickers proud. The Hacienda Brothers don’t bring a wealth of new textures to the sound and structure of classic country, but they play in the time-honored manner with grit, soul and passion, and that’s what has always set the best of this music apart; this album isn’t the sound of two guys rehashing the past, but proving how much can still be said within the boundaries of the honky tonk style, and it’s a true pleasure to hear. – Mark Deming

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