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Vinyl, Special Limited Edition, Extra tracks, June 24, 2008
Highly recommended to fans of alt-country, rootsy singer-songwriters and bands like Wilco.
Songs like CHELSEA HOTEL 78, TONY AND CHIP, REAL AS AN ANIMAL and NUNS SONG are full blooded rockers that would do his influences proud.
Buy this CD NOW and start enjoying .It's a great sing along outloud in the car summer music find.
Love the songs on here as well as the arrangements. Seems his muse never goes away.Published 4 months ago by Jeff Bostick
I had never heard of Alejandro Escovedo until I came across a clip of "Always a Friend" in the Wall Street Journal few weeks ago and really liked the sound of it. Read morePublished on August 15, 2010 by TC
Alejandro Escovedo's ninth studio album "Real Animal" is his hardest rocking effort to date. Ex-Nun,
Rank And File and True Believers guitar player has come up with a gem of... Read more
Other than "An Introduction" a fine compilation, this is the first cd of A.E. I have heard. I did see his appearance on "Austin City Limits. Read morePublished on June 1, 2009 by Jonathan C. Collins
On this album, you'll find the best track Bruce Springsteen and The Clash didn't write together but which is still very much Escovedo's own. It is the first track of the album. Read morePublished on February 4, 2009 by Stan FREDO
Very satisfied with my purchase. The album was exactly as described. I saved money!Published on November 29, 2008 by D. Hite
Has anyone noticed the really long 'dead air' at the end of some songs? I'm talking up to 20-30 seconds or more. On songs including Smoke, Chip n Tony, Nun's Song (more?).Published on November 13, 2008 by Kurt C. Anderson
I am possibly the last person in the world to find out about Alejandro! I never watch Tonight Show, but flicking thru channels, there he was, singing "Sister Lost Soul. Read morePublished on October 14, 2008 by Wildthing
I usuaully pride myself on being somewhat of an audiophile, particularly when it comes to music from the punk and post punk era of 1975-1984. Read morePublished on September 17, 2008 by David Gonet