Seasick Steve: Man from Another Time

Seasick Steve SKU: 14777226
Seasick Steve: Man from Another Time

Seasick Steve: Man from Another Time

Seasick Steve SKU: 14777226

Format: CD

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Title: Man from Another Time
Label: WEA Int'l

2009 album from the Blues sensation. Produced, written, recorded and engineered by Seasick Steve (with the assistance of engineer Roy Williams), Man from Another Time is a resolutely organic album that eschews modern studio trickery in favour of the warm style of 'live' analogue recording. Everything on the album was performed by Seasick Steve, aside from drums which are credited to his longstanding Swedish sticksman Dan Magnusson. Seasick Steve utilised a variety of favorite guitars on the album including a one-string Didley-bo (a 2x4 with a string nailed to it), a guitar made out of an old cigar box (with four strings), his famous 3-string Trance Wonder guitar and an old beat-up acoustic guitar. His array of guitars were complimented by a tattered '50s Fender Tweed Deluxe amp, old '40s ribbon mics and other weird and wonderful vintage microphones. The natural sounds and echoes of the recording rooms were used for reverb and any delays were done with tape. Warner.

1.1 Diddley-Bo
1.2 Big Green and Yeller
1.3 Happy (To Have a Job)
1.4 The Banjo Song
1.5 Man from Another Time
1.6 That's All
1.7 Just Because I Can
1.8 Never Go West
1.9 Dark
1.10 Wenatchee
1.11 My Home (Blue Eyes)
1.12 Seasick Boogie
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