Alejandro Escovedo

Jul 18

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Alejandro Escovedo returns to explore “one of the most fascinating paths in music” (NPR Music) on Echo Dancing – a …

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Alejandro Escovedo returns to explore “one of the most fascinating paths in music” (NPR Music) on Echo Dancing – a career-spanning collection that’s less a look back than a bold new turn for this sonic adventurer and singular creative mind. Completely reinventing and re-recording his previous work – with inspiration from Brian Eno and Judy Nylon and Suicide – Escovedo traces a one-of-a-kind musical life from ‘70s New York punk to Austin’s “musical conscience and hometown hero” (NPR Alt Latino) to unflinching advocate for musicians’ mental health and immigrant causes. With the announcement of Echo Dancing – out March 29 via Yep Roc Records – Escovedo has also shared a scorching reimagining of “Bury Me,” a song he first wrote in the early ‘90s contemplating what would happen if he “should die before he turns 43″…fittingly it’s released today, on his 73rd birthday.