Seasick Steve

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Seasick Steve - You Can't Teach An Old Dog New Tricks You Can't Teach An Old Dog New Tricks
Pop Used - LP TMR 099 Third Man
2011 Original Still In Shrink Wrap. New, Unplayed Copy. “It’s Easy To Be Sucked Into The Seasick Steve Legend (His Real Name Is Steve Wold). Raised In California, He Left Home At 14 And Began Life As A Street Kid Hobo, Hopping Trains, Traveling, Working Odd Jobs, Drifting, Playing Music On Street Corners, Doing Whatever It Took To Survive, Until Somehow He Ended Up In Norway In His Sixties Where He Began His Late-In-Life Recording Career As A Fire-Breathing Rustic Trance Blues Musician Famous For His Searing Slide Work, Gruff Voice, And A Penchant For Cigar Box Guitars And Other Odd Instruments. All Of Which Is True. But There’s A Bit More To The Story. Wold, Aside From Seeming Like He Stepped Right Out Of A Jack London Story, Has Also Been A Session Musician And Recording Engineer (He Worked With Modest Mouse), Appeared On BBC Television, And Even Played With John Lee Hooker, So He Is Not A Hobo Savant -- He Knows Exactly What He’s Doing. It Just Took Him A Long Time To Find An Audience, Or Perhaps Even To Know He Wanted One. His Sound Is Rough, Ragged, And Stomping, A Bit Like North Mississippi Trance Blues Players Like R.L. Burnside And Junior Kimbrough, But He Doesn’t Do Traditional Blues Songs -- It Just Sounds Like He Does. There’s No Doubt He Understands The Heart, Soul, And Kinetics Of Country Blues, But He’s Also A Natural Songwriter Who Has Lived A Few Decades And Seen A Lot Of Things In The Back Alleys That Have Given Him A Wonderfully Urgent And Wise Perspective On What He’s Doing.” – Steve Leggett, AMG... more details
 
Seasick Steve - You Can't Teach An Old Dog New Tricks You Can't Teach An Old Dog New Tricks
Pop New - LP TMR 099 Third Man
Sealed 2011 Original. “It’s Easy To Be Sucked Into The Seasick Steve Legend (His Real Name Is Steve Wold). Raised In California, He Left Home At 14 And Began Life As A Street Kid Hobo, Hopping Trains, Traveling, Working Odd Jobs, Drifting, Playing Music On Street Corners, Doing Whatever It Took To Survive, Until Somehow He Ended Up In Norway In His Sixties Where He Began His Late-In-Life Recording Career As A Fire-Breathing Rustic Trance Blues Musician Famous For His Searing Slide Work, Gruff Voice, And A Penchant For Cigar Box Guitars And Other Odd Instruments. All Of Which Is True. But There’s A Bit More To The Story. Wold, Aside From Seeming Like He Stepped Right Out Of A Jack London Story, Has Also Been A Session Musician And Recording Engineer (He Worked With Modest Mouse), Appeared On BBC Television, And Even Played With John Lee Hooker, So He Is Not A Hobo Savant -- He Knows Exactly What He’s Doing. It Just Took Him A Long Time To Find An Audience, Or Perhaps Even To Know He Wanted One. His Sound Is Rough, Ragged, And Stomping, A Bit Like North Mississippi Trance Blues Players Like R.L. Burnside And Junior Kimbrough, But He Doesn’t Do Traditional Blues Songs -- It Just Sounds Like He Does. There’s No Doubt He Understands The Heart, Soul, And Kinetics Of Country Blues, But He’s Also A Natural Songwriter Who Has Lived A Few Decades And Seen A Lot Of Things In The Back Alleys That Have Given Him A Wonderfully Urgent And Wise Perspective On What He’s Doing.” – Steve Leggett, AMG... more details
 

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