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Blues In Mono

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Another artist, another lockdown album. Like so many other musicians, Seasick Steve has been compelled to make the most of the pandemic, by recording. And as this gentleman is in the business of making the most visceral blues, this exercise suits him perfectly. Especially as, as the title suggests, Blues in Mono foregrounds the genre's foundations by paying tribute to the acoustic blues, the country blues of the first half of the twentieth century with a collection of covers of songs by masters like Mississippi Fred McDowell (Fred's Worried Blues), Charlie Patton (Moon Going Down), Willie Dixon (My Babe), Mississippi Joe Callicott (Laughing to Keep From Crying), K.C. Douglas (Whisky Headed Woman), Lightnin’ Hopkins (Buddy Brown) and, closer to our times, R.L. Burnside (Goin' Down South and Miss Maybell). Nevertheless, Steve slips four strong original compositions into the deck, such as Well, Well, Well, which is sure to delight his fans. Deprivation, despoliation, loneliness: there is no artifice here to distort the conversation between him and his guitar, which he carries on in his rough-hewn voice.  A back-to-the-roots record, picked up nicely on an old 1940s microphone, just to lend even more authenticity to the proceedings. Raw, brutal, lacking in surprises: but it warms the soul and the heart. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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1
Fred's Worried Blues
00:03:11

Seasick Steve, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - Fred McDowell, Composer

© 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records ℗ 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records

2
My Babe
00:02:25

WILLIE DIXON, Composer - Seasick Steve, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist

© 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records ℗ 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records

3
Laughing to Keep From Crying
00:03:00

Seasick Steve, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - Joseph Callicott, Composer

© 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records ℗ 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records

4
Well Well Well
00:02:30

Seasick Steve, Composer, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist

© 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records ℗ 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records

5
Buddy Brown
00:03:52

Seasick Steve, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - Lightnin' Hopkins, Composer

© 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records ℗ 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records

6
Goin' Down South
00:02:22

Seasick Steve, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - R.L. Burnside, Composer

© 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records ℗ 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records

7
Waitin' For The Greyhound in Charleston, S.C. (With My 6 Year Old Son, On Our Way Back to Nashville)
00:01:53

Seasick Steve, Composer, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist

© 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records ℗ 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records

8
Miss Maybell
00:02:15

Seasick Steve, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - R.L. Burnside, Composer

© 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records ℗ 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records

9
Whisky Headed Woman
00:03:06

Seasick Steve, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - K C Douglas, Composer

© 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records ℗ 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records

10
Moon Going Down
00:03:52

Seasick Steve, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - Charlie Patton, Composer

© 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records ℗ 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records

11
Golden Spun
00:02:25

Seasick Steve, Composer, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist

© 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records ℗ 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records

12
Dusty Man
00:03:09

Seasick Steve, Composer, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist

© 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records ℗ 2020 C60EV AS Trading as There's A Dead Skunk Records

Album Description

Another artist, another lockdown album. Like so many other musicians, Seasick Steve has been compelled to make the most of the pandemic, by recording. And as this gentleman is in the business of making the most visceral blues, this exercise suits him perfectly. Especially as, as the title suggests, Blues in Mono foregrounds the genre's foundations by paying tribute to the acoustic blues, the country blues of the first half of the twentieth century with a collection of covers of songs by masters like Mississippi Fred McDowell (Fred's Worried Blues), Charlie Patton (Moon Going Down), Willie Dixon (My Babe), Mississippi Joe Callicott (Laughing to Keep From Crying), K.C. Douglas (Whisky Headed Woman), Lightnin’ Hopkins (Buddy Brown) and, closer to our times, R.L. Burnside (Goin' Down South and Miss Maybell). Nevertheless, Steve slips four strong original compositions into the deck, such as Well, Well, Well, which is sure to delight his fans. Deprivation, despoliation, loneliness: there is no artifice here to distort the conversation between him and his guitar, which he carries on in his rough-hewn voice.  A back-to-the-roots record, picked up nicely on an old 1940s microphone, just to lend even more authenticity to the proceedings. Raw, brutal, lacking in surprises: but it warms the soul and the heart. © Marc Zisman/Qobuz

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