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Customer Reviews

Perfect

Produced by Peter Buck
I think it's my favorite Alejandro rock record!
If you are a fan of the True Believers or Buick McCane this is a MUST !!!
Peter Bucks Portland/Seattle A-listers come together for another 'lets not spend a month thinking about' record !!!
Psycho Spontaneity at its best !
Kevn Kinney

Had to Review

This is the good stuff,folks. Drink it up

Triumphant Troubadour

This is Alejandro's best record yet. A man that has seen tragedy and near death experience, Escovedo returns with a renewed sense of purpose and prose. Not as famous as his friends/contemporaries Springsteen & Earle, AE is truly an American Troubadour of the highest degree.

Biography

Born: 1951 in San Antonio, TX

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

A celebrated singer and songwriter, Alejandro Escovedo has as eclectic a background and body of work as any rock artist of his generation. As comfortable performing with a string ensemble as he is with an amped-up power trio, and as likely to bare his soul in his lyrics as he is to lay out some serious rock & roll swagger, Escovedo had already played an important role in punk, roots rock, and alt-country before he launched a solo career that's seen him work with everyone from John Cale to Bruce Springsteen....
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