Hubcap Music - Seasick Steve

Hubcap Music

Seasick Steve

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2013-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: GBR
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 2013 Polydor Ltd. (UK)

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Down On the Farm Seasick Steve 3:50 GBP 0.99
2
Self Sufficient Man Seasick Steve 4:16 GBP 0.99
3
Keep On Keepin' On Seasick Steve 3:53 GBP 0.99
4
Over You Seasick Steve 3:18 GBP 0.99
5
The Way I Do Seasick Steve 4:50 GBP 0.99
6
Purple Shadows Seasick Steve 4:19 GBP 0.99
7
Freedom Road Seasick Steve 5:35 GBP 0.99
8
Home Seasick Steve 3:31 GBP 0.99
9
Hope Seasick Steve 3:14 GBP 0.99
10
Heavy Weight Seasick Steve 5:09 GBP 0.99
11
Coast Is Clear Seasick Steve 5:08 GBP 0.99
12
_ Seasick Steve 0:49 GBP Album Only

Reviews

  • Awesome

    5
    By Royston1948
    Just pure quality every time. I've got every album and never get sick of listening to them. Must try to catch a live concert Royston
  • lost his magic a bit i think

    3
    By dwshooter
    well, it had to happen...........dont get me wrong, its good. But his earlier stuff had a bit of magic about it, this seems more mainstream, going with the popular crowd so to speak. i suspect much of this album was created with 'help'. RAW...thats the word im looking for, this album lacks that raw quality.
  • S3 = 5*

    5
    By Yahoojahazabahd
    Nice one Steve !
  • Awesome

    5
    By Hugh Jarse IV
    The production and energy just get better with each album he makes. Excellent
  • Absolutely Brilliant

    5
    By sinkyboy16
    One of the best albums I have listened to.
  • Hub cap heaven

    5
    By paul taylor
    Over you and down on the farm are absolute belters, can't stop playing over you, it is a classic!!!!!
  • Restore your faith

    5
    By yoyopoc
    Simply great blues rock, let this man restore your faith in music, buy it:)
  • Heavy riffs & porkers rooting

    5
    By Pig1984
    The heavier numbers such as Down on the farm & Self sufficient man, and previously released older tracks such as dog house etc are very similar to early ZZ Top (such as ZZ Top's first album) and there's nothing wrong with that, for me this is his best sound. The slower "lighter" tracks like "Over you" are simply a completely different sound, instantly a favourite track. Which you'll find yourself singing along to after the first chorus. I can see that this could be huge if its picked up be the likes of radio 2. A brilliant early summer track, I can even see this used by a marketing company on some TV add in the future! As always his performance on Joules Holland's Later (3rd May 2013), exceptional and stole the show! You know you want to, so buy the whole Back Cat!
  • Pure Gold

    5
    By The Sapper
    Another class production
  • Over produced . . . again!

    1
    By markg73
    Why not get back to basics like the first album. Strip it down again. He doesn't need all the backing noise, better raw and bare.

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