Hacienda Brothers

Hacienda Brothers



The Hacienda Brothers is the name of an alternative country band composed of Chris Gaffney, Dave Gonzalez, Dave Berzansky, Dale Daniel, and Hank Maninger. They have been described as "the finest country rock band since the Flying Burrito Brothers in their prime,"[1] and were called "the best country band of the decade."[2] Their music blends soul, blues, rockabilly, country, Tex-Mex and rock and roll. They themselves call it "western Soul."[3][4] The band was hailed as making a "groundbreaking blend of country, rock, blues and accordion-anchored Americana"[5] and by the time founder Chris Gaffney died in 2008 had made three studio albums and one live album.



Cry Like a Baby
"Cry Like a Baby" is a 1968 song written by Dan Penn and Spooner Oldham, and performed by The Box Tops.
What's Wrong With Right
What's Wrong With Right is an album by musical group Hacienda Brothers, released on June 27, 2006.
Hacienda Brothers
Hacienda Brothers is an album by musical group Hacienda Brothers, released on February 22, 2005.

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