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Mannys Bones - Los Lobos - Colossal Head (CD, Album)

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  1. The song Manny's Bones is performed by Los Lobos in the album named Colossal Head in the year Send Manny's Bones Ringtone to your Cell On the day Manuel went and died.
  2. That's because six of the 11 songs come from Los Lobos' album Colossal Head. That album, like its predecessor, Kiko (from which the song "Just a Man" appears here), was co-produced by the band and Mitchell Froom (Froom's associate Tchad Blake also earned a co-producing credit on Colossal Head).5/5(7).
  3. Instead of running through a number of different genres on each individual song, they make a dream-like sonic collage that draws from jazz, funk, and avant-garde as much as their traditional rock, R&B, Latin, and blues. What keeps Colossal Head from drifting off into space is Los Lobos' love of American musical traditions. Not only have they mastered their influences, they have fully assimilated them .
  4. Stream Colossal Head by Los Lobos and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. MANNY'S BONES, and COLOSSAL HEAD are fun rockers with interesting lyrics. They end this thing with Great CD. A bluesy rock mixture of tracks all of which are strong/5(52).
  5. Song information for Manny's Bones - Los Lobos on AllMusic. Song information for Manny's Bones - Los Lobos on AllMusic this fine album track from Colossal Head is an excellent example of Louie Perez's growth as a lyricist. Musically, it's based on a field holler blues style, with some appropriately funky guitar and vocal lines from Davis.
  6. Colossal Head is the eighth studio album by the rock band Los Lobos. It was released in on Warner Bros. Records. Track listing.
  7. Los Lobos is a Mexican-American rock band from East Los Angeles, California, USA, heavily influenced by rock and roll, Tex-Mex, country music, folk, blues, and traditional Spanish / Mexican music such as boleros and norteñdomiledputtletbkecoprehypgioryni.xyzinfost/guitarist David Hidalgo and drummer Louie Pérez met at Garfield High School in East Los Angeles, and bonded over their mutual affinity for obscure musical acts.

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