The concert was recorded October 23, 2004. The band offers alternate versions of some of the songs so purchasing Live At The Fillmore won't be a boring and repetitive experience if you already own their debut. Unlike the album "More Than Love" is given an acapella treatment here. "Dime Mi Amor" adds a long guitar solo to the end that gives Henry Garza the chance to show off his stuff, and of course, "Onda," the most obvious choice for a jam session, gives everyone a chance to show off their musical chops. There is also one original not on the album, a cool, danceble, funky, "Man To Beat." Two cover versions, War's "Cisco Kid," and "La Bamba," a song which is almost required to be played by any Latino band, are added to the performance to provide some flair to the otherwise predictable set list.
A welcome addition is keyboardist Reese Wynans, who joins the trio here, laying down some great work not present on the studio album.
The CD opens with the question, "Are you ready for some Texican rock and roll?" The answer is "yes" because in concert Los Lonely Boys deliver the goods.