Los Lobos Sunday June 14, 2004 Hartwood Acres Amphitheater Pittsburgh, PA

Done Gone Blue/Don't Worry Baby/Down On The Riverbed/Shakin' Shakin' Shakes/ 
Hurry Tomorrow/Come On, Let's Go/Maricela/Charmed/Is This All There Is?/ 
Papa Was a Rolling Stone>I Can't Understand>Exodus>Crossroads/ 
Maria Christina/Kiko And The Lavender Moon/I'm Gonna Be A Wheel Someday/ 
Ay Te Dejo En San Antonio/Chains Of Love/Cumbia Raza
 
Encore: Rita/Good Morning Aztlán/My Generation

What a great night out. Kick-ass band. Beautiful setting. Ice cold brews. We brought the kids and enjoyed the beginning of summer. This was my six month old daughter's first show!

Review from The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Los Lobos

This classic L.A. band's recording output has consisted of at least three distinct types -- ferocious roots-rock, a more gentle Latin swing and a moody, textured style -- all of which made for an interesting blend Sunday night at a packed Hartwood Acres.

Mostly, Los Lobos rocked, adding a stinging version of 'Crossroads' to a set that already included rave-ups like 'Don't Worry, Baby,' 'Shakin' Shakin' Shakes' and 'Come On, Let's Go.' The playful mood extended to a surprising medley that mixed up The Temptations and Bob Marley. A new song, 'Rita,' was an encore highlight, harking back to Traffic, and when it came time to wrap it up, Los Lobos stumped us again with, rather than 'La Bamba,' a thrashy version of 'My Generation.'

-- Review by Scott Mervis

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