ALBUM REVIEW: Seasick Steve – Love & Peace | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Released: 24.07.20






If you’re struggling to motivate yourself to exercise this summer, then Seasick Steve’s latest album, Love & Peace, is sure to get your toe tapping. Don’t worry though, he’s thrown in some calmer numbers should you need to catch your breath.

Steve’s sound is as unique as his homemade instruments, and though opening tune Love & Peace rattles out of the can with a familiar, popping rhythm, every song thereafter has its own tale to tell. Blues-burner Carni Days smacks of personal experience, while the lively Toes In The Mud sounds like a hip nursery rhyme of his own invention. Whether you’re a fan of Seasick Steve or the blues, these twelve tracks are something to get excited about.


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