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Blues In Mono

Seasick Steve

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1.1
Fred's Worried Blues
Seasick Steve
3:11
1.2
My Babe
Seasick Steve
2:25
1.3
Laughing to Keep From Crying
Seasick Steve
3:00
1.4
Well Well Well
Seasick Steve
2:30
1.5
Buddy Brown
Seasick Steve
3:52
1.6
Goin' Down South
Seasick Steve
2:22
1.7
Waitin' For The Greyhound in Charleston, S.C. (With My 6 Year Old Son, On Our Way Back to Nashville)
Seasick Steve
1:53
1.8
Miss Maybell
Seasick Steve
2:15
1.9
Whisky Headed Woman
Seasick Steve
3:06
1.10
Moon Going Down
Seasick Steve
3:52
1.11
Golden Spun
Seasick Steve
2:25
1.12
Dusty Man
Seasick Steve
3:09
Total Playing Time    34:00
American Blues musician Seasick Steve releases an intimate and raw document of the genre with Blues In Mono. Steve is know for performing on several obscure and personalized instruments including various hubcap guitars - channeling the do-it-yourself, working class spirit of the Blues. This mono release is like a look back in time through the lens of Steve's original music, recorded off-the-floor with a single microphone!
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – There's A Dead Skunk Records Studio Masters

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