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Alejandro Escovedo On World Cafe

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Alejandro Escovedo On Mountain Stage

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Alejandro Escovedo's Street Songs of Love features songwriting collaborations with Chuck Prophet, as well as guest artists such as Bruce Springsteen and Ian Hunter. Marina Chavez hide caption

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Alejandro Escovedo in Studio on WFUV 5/14/08

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