Alejandro Escovedo - Big Station

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2012 album from the acclaimed Texas singer, songwriter and blues rocker. On the follow-up to 2010's Street Songs of Love, which debuted at the top of Billboard's Heat seekers chart, Escovedo worked with frequent co-writer Chuck Prophet and producer Tony Visconti. The 12-track record references themes of love and belonging, as well as homes and homelands. 'Bottom of the World' name-checks Austin (where he currently resides), 'Sally Was a Cop' details the political corruption of Mexico, and the closing song 'Sabor a Mi,; written by the late Mexican composer Alvaro Carrillo in 1959, pays homage to the man and their shared roots.

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1) Man of the World
2) Big Station
3) Sally Was a Cop
4) Bottom of the World
5) Can't Make Me Run
6) San Antonio Rain
7) Headstrong Crazy Fools
8) Common Mistake
9) Never Stood a Chance
10) Party People
11) Too Many Tears
12) Sabor a Mi

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