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A literate soul and true punk” – New Yorker


No one has ever been able to define themselves and their music like Alejandro Escovedo does. His life in music of all kinds sometimes feels like a swirl through the sky, where his songs point out all the majesty and mystery of how he sees the world. The sounds he makes take him places that he might not even predict, but once there, greatness always follows. It’s just the way Escovedo is. It has happened over and over for decades, almost like a fateful agreement he has with the cosmos. There is a good chance it cannot be explained, especially by him.

Maybe that’s because this is a musician who feels magic, both in himself and the world around him, and is open to the experience of whatever comes his way. It is not always easy and can have a high demand on how a person lives. But it is the way that Escovedo is always moving forward.

On the new album Echo Dancing, Escovedo has taken a road rarely traveled, which is totally in keeping with how he has lived his life in music. Echo Dancing is an experiment in how to use the past to shape the future. By recording completely new and repurposed versions of songs from his past, Escovedo gets a chance to rewrite his own history.

The 21st century has been a time of widely successful excursions that only a few American musicians can create. Between adventurous solo albums, continuing collaborations with other musicians, and an ever-growing sense of breaking boundaries, Escovedo has created his own definition of what a modern rock artist can accomplish. While Escovedo has his own category of accomplishments, to now bring together these songs he has previously recorded and inject such exciting new and different life into them is a complete exoneration of his belief in the future.

James Mastro – guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, producer and singer-songwriter extraordinaire – has toured the world dozens of times over as a supportive musician with some of the biggest artists ever to grace a stage including Patti Smith, Ian Hunter, Judy Collins, John Cale, The Jayhawks, Alejandro Escovedo, Garland Jeffreys, Jesse Malin, and Robert Plant.

Recommended for Fans of Joe Ely, Patterson Hood, Dave Alvin and Rodney Crowell. 

LEARN MORE: https://www.alejandroescovedo.com/
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