Los Lonely Boys: Cottonfields and Crossroads
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Los Lonely Boys: Cottonfields and Crossroads
Award-winning filmmaker Hector Galan turns his camera on San Angelo-based "Texican" trio Los Lonely Boys as they hit the road to tour and bring their unique brand of music to eager audiences all across North America. As children, the three Mexican-American brothers were inspired by the unique sounds of the San Angelo, Texas music scene. Later, the trio would learn to harness that unique style while infusing their music with a decidedly personal touch. When San Angelo-based documentary filmmaker Galan learned of Los Lonely Boys, he immediately realized that their remarkable tale… More

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"It never stops worshiping Los Lonely Boys, the Texas trio made up of the brothers Henry, Jo Jo and Ringo Garza, long enough to feel genuine, as is evident from the frequent appearances of Kevin Wommack, the group's manager."
‑ Neil Genzlinger, New York Times
"Cottonfields and Crossroads marks another entry in what could be called Galán's Tejano music cycle, joining critically acclaimed documentaries like Songs of the Homeland, Accordion Dreams, and others."
‑ Belinda Acosta, Austin Chronicle
"Although it often plays more like a feel-good infomercial than a substantial cinematic portrait, Los Lonely Boys: Cottonfields and Crossroads scores a pleasing impact with spirited live performances."
‑ Joe Leydon, Variety
"Save me from this prison Lord, help me get away 'Cause only you can save me now From this misery"
‑ Phil Villarreal, Arizona Daily Star
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