Seasick Steve to release first ‘Best Of’ compilation

'Walkin' Man: The Very Best of Seasick Steve’ is out November 14

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Seasick Steve is set to release his very first ‘Best Of’ compilation, entitled ‘Walkin’ Man: The Very Best of Seasick Steve’, on November 14.

There will also be a deluxe edition of the album, which will be accompanied by a full gig filmed at London O2 Academy Brixton as well as the BBC Four documentary ‘Bringing It All Back Home’, which follows the self-styled ‘hobo’ bluesman on a trip through Tennessee.

The album is made up of over 20 tracks from his five albums, including the songs ‘Dog House Boogie’, ‘Diddley Bo’, ‘Started Out With Nothin’ and ‘Don’t Know Why She Loves Me But She Do’.

Seasick Steve plays Manchester O2 Apollo tonight (October 10) and Glasgow O2 Academy tonight (October 11), where he will be joined onstage by John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin and Them Crooked Vultures.

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