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Seasick Steve’s first widely distributed release, I Started Out with Nothin and I Still Got Most of It Left, finds him fleshing out his sound. The country bluesman still lobs gobs of wily boogie. After all, “Thunderbird” is pure junkyard-stompin’ fun, yet you have to love those sweet gospel flavours seeping into both the title track and “Happy Man”. Steve then turns surprisingly moody on “Just Like a King”, a duet with pal and fellow blues aficionado Nick Cave, as he flashes more of his introspective side.

Biography

Born: 1941 in Oakland, CA

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Like T-Model Ford, Seasick Steve (aka Steve Wold) began recording his own music much later in life than other musicians. A storytelling singer reviving traditional country blues, Wold spent his childhood in California, but left home at 14. As a hobo, he traveled for several years, jumping trains and working odd jobs. After drifting around the U.S. and Europe, he finally ended up in Norway. Aside from his respectable musical background (which includes recording early Modest Mouse, appearing on BBC...
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