The Seeds Seeds / A Web of Sound
|You Save:||$1.90 (10% Off)|
Temporarily Out of Stock: We'll get more as soon as possible
- Released: April 12, 1999
- Originally Released: 1999
- Label: Gnp Crescendo
Q - 6/02, p.144"...For some keyboard-powered period jollies, check out THE SEEDS..."
Uncut - 8/01, p.1104.5 stars out of 5 - "...A brilliantly simple, headlong surge of fuzz-drenched guitar, bubbling organ riffs and Saxon's raw, throat-tearing vocals..."
- 1.Can't Seem to Make You Mine
- 2.No Escape
- 3.Evil Hoodoo
- 4.Girl I Want You
- 5.Pushin' Too Hard
- 6.Try to Understand
- 7.Nobody Spoil My Fun
- 8.It's a Hard Life
- 9.You Can't Be Trusted
- 10.Excuse, Excuse
- 11.Fallin' In Love
- 12.Mr. Farmer
- 13.Pictures and Designs
- 15.I Tell Myself
- 16.A Faded Picture
- 17.Rollin' Machine
- 18.Just Let Go
- 19.Up In Her Room
Song previews provided courtesy of iTunes
2 LPs on 1 CD: THE SEEDS/A WEB OF SOUND.
The Seeds: Sky Saxon (vocals, harmonica, bass); Jan Savage (guitar); Daryl Hooper (piano, organ); Rick Andridge (drums).
Recorded in Hollywood, California.
Personnel: Jan Savage (vocals, guitar); Sky Saxon Blues Band (vocals, harmonica, keyboards); Sky Saxon (vocals, harmonica); Daryl Hooper (vocals, piano, organ, keyboards); Cooker (guitar, bottleneck guitar); Rick Andridge (drums).
Audio Mixer: Mike Durrough.
Audio Remixers: Doc Siegel; Mike Durrough; Stan Ross.
Liner Note Author: Marcus Tybalt.
Recording information: Columbia Recording Studio, Hollywood, CA; RCA Victor; United; Universal Associated; Western.
Arranger: The Seeds.
The Seeds' first two albums were also their best. THE SEEDS, featuring the stomping garage-punk classics "Pushin' Too Hard" and "Can't Seem To Make You Mine," arguably the hardest pre-heavy metal singles, is clearly a snot-nose classic. It's all in the song titles--"Evil Hoodoo," "No Escape," "Girl I Want You"--and the malevolence of the band's playing, especially that of organist Daryl Hooper and guitarist Jan Savage.
A WEB OF SOUND is both a refinement and an abandonment of this approach. Some songs, especially "Mr. Farmer" and "Tripmaker," are as punky and psychedelic as anything on the debut. The last track, the 14-minute "Up In Her Room" is a total trip, like the Velvet Underground's "Sister Ray" reinterpreted by the free-jazz lunatics in the Red Crayola. Very weird, and if you're so inclined, very cool. Highly recommended.
The StandellsHot Hits & Hot Ones: Is This the Way That You Get Your High?
$12.35 Super Savings
Nuggets: Original Artyfacts From The First Psychedelic Era,... (CD)
Music Lovers' Ratings & Reviews:
Based on 25 ratings.
Based on 25 ratings.
Be the first Music Lover to write an online review of this product!
Country Top Hits of the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s (4-CD)
$19.98 on SALE
WCBS FM101.1 - Great Ladies of Rock & Roll - The 70s (CD)
$2.98 on SALE