Spin (p.90) - "MAN FROM ANOTHER TIE cuts a steady rolling groove that wears well..."
Billboard (p.32) - "Full of blues and roots tracks, the new 13-song set lives up to its title....As plainspoken a wordsmith as you'll find, Steve also sings about John Deere tractors, Dust Bowl blues, jail yards and train cars with weathered credibility."
Clash (magazine) - "[T]here's no denying the wonderful simplicity yet wholly enveloping of his music."
Uncut (magazine) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "The prisoner's lament 'That's All' coughs and wheezes through aptly tense, claustrophobic verses before erupting into a riotous, unbound chorus."
Man from Another Time is the fourth album from the freewheeling Seasick Steve. Recorded, written, and produced by Seasick Steve himself, the album continues with the blues sound that graced his previous albums. Recorded on analog equipment with his array of guitars (including the "one-string Diddley-bo"), Steve's album has an authentic quality, with reverb coming from the recording space and delay created from the original tapes.