Man from Another Time - Seasick Steve

Man from Another Time

Seasick Steve

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2009-10-16
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: GBR
  • Track Count: 13

  • ℗ 2009 Warner Music UK Limited

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Diddley Bo Seasick Steve 3:53 GBP 0.79
2
Big Green and Yeller Seasick Steve 4:15 GBP 0.79
3
Happy (To Have a Job) Seasick Steve 3:06 GBP 0.79
4
The Banjo Song Seasick Steve 3:30 GBP 0.79
5
Man from Another Time Seasick Steve 3:14 GBP 0.79
6
That's All Seasick Steve 4:39 GBP 0.79
7
Just Because I Can (CSX) Seasick Steve 3:40 GBP 0.79
8
Never Go West Seasick Steve 3:30 GBP 0.79
9
Dark Seasick Steve 3:55 GBP 0.79
10
Wenatchee Seasick Steve 3:54 GBP 0.79
11
My Home (Blue Eyes) Seasick Steve 2:28 GBP 0.79
12
Seasick Boogie Seasick Steve 10:30 GBP Album Only
13
Thunderbird (Live from Rock We Seasick Steve 5:18 GBP 0.79

Reviews

  • Livin legend

    5
    By Starmore80
    I'd plough, drink, and jam with this guy any day!!
  • Amazing

    5
    By Brockies06/07
    I don't care what anybody says about this man, he is a genius when I comes to music!
  • Pure brilliance

    5
    By Scarlet6
    To all you none believers silence! Not that I've read many negative reviews here but the ones I have are just rude and contain very little if any constructive reasoning. I just discovered this listening to the i tunes festival this man is a genius! Love the led zeppelin influence too. Don't be put off by the random name. Can I rate this 10 stars please!!
  • A toe tappin hootanny

    5
    By Lord Bogue-collis
    Enjoy everything Seasick does and this album is no exception. Big green and yeller is my new Harley Davidson Theme tune and I ride one. Great stuff Steve.
  • seasick steve

    5
    By sylvie.c
    Good Steve music. Not quite so funky as some previous but very good.
  • man from this time!

    5
    By smaller and still skint
    although not really a blues fan ,i do like some attributes of the genere,eric claptons class but since i,ve heard this guy, he takes us into another realm.He is sureal and down to earth as possible.I do like the title track and the banjo song but if you just sit down and digest what the guy is trying to do and say ,i must put it this way ,he is pure class.Never heard of him before my brother introduced him to me,but he now has yet another fan!Five star*****
  • Awesome - but where's the anecdote!

    5
    By bnawaz168
    Bough this album after his previous two had impressed me so much and I tjhink its his best one yet! i just felt a little disappointed as usually he just tells stuff about his life at the end; and it didnt happen here! But the fact i listented to the album over and over without getting bored definitely says something. Bet he's great live Keep it up!
  • Steve sticks to his guns.

    5
    By dabif
    An even more wonderfull listening pleasure from Steve, long may his three strings keep us all happy.
  • Slide Marvel

    5
    By Slide Marvel
    The best album yet by Seasick Steve. Just Because I Can is a great one to recommend, as is Happy (to have a job). The first four tracks are simply great live, go and see him! Super.
  • Great, simply great!

    5
    By nizy
    Wasn't sure after the first listen, but has really grown on me since. A more laid back, bare bones effort than his previous album, with less guests and a more "back to basics" sound. In fact many of the songs sound very raw and rough around the edges, much like his earlier album Dog House Music. The highlight for me is "The Banjo Song", which is about approaching death, fitting and rather harrowing for a man of Steve's age. Another highlight is the song "Dark", reminiscent of Blind Willie Johnson's style of slide guitar and vocals. Also of note is the excellent bonus track following "Seasick Boogie" (about 6:50 in), which features the wonderful Amy Lavere. The two perform a duet of Hank Williams' "I'm So Lonesome I Could Die" featuring some fantastic acoustic slide work from Steve and magical vocals from Amy.

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