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  • Audio CD (10 May 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: BGO
  • ASIN: B00020VWDW
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 23,224 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Faith To Arise
2. Seed of Memory
3. Brave Awakening
4. To Be Treated Rite
5. Ooh Baby (Make Me Feel So Young)
6. The Way You Walk
7. The Frame
8. Fooling You

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1975 album featuring David Lindley and Graham Nash. Slipcased with new notes.

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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By MR A J HUGHES on 27 Jun. 2004
Format: Audio CD
Seed of memory is probably terry's finest work. After the 'blue-eyed-soul' years of the sixties which found terry caught up in contracts with mickie most, being asked by jimmy page to join a new band-'Led Zeppelin', playing opening sets at rolling stones gigs and having record companies fail to promote him to a public ready for his talent, terry relocated to America.
Here he worked with an amazing bad and produced 'River' a classic album. He the took a few years for his next album, working with his old friend Graham Nash (Crosby, Stills & Nash) who he had known from his "Hollies' days.
The album ranges from country tinged acoustic grooves to funky bitting riff driven tracks on side two (Vynal!), all carried by terry's soaring soulful vocals. Why this man is not a household name will never be understood by anyone lucky enough to hear him.Buy it and join those lucky few!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 8 Sept. 2004
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I had this album on tape for years, always played it in the car on a long journey. Ofcourse the CD sounds infinitley better and is well worth the price of admission. Some reviewer described this as a California sounding, which is true, but like no other I can think of!
Well produced by Graham Nash this album rambles from start to finish with remarkable aplomb and grace. Don't know what he's singing about though, can't find the lyrics anywhere.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Blackshaw on 29 Jan. 2010
Format: Audio CD
I first started listening to Terry Reid when he was a 17 year old teenage prodigy.
Thereafter I went to see him at the Free Trade Hall in Manchester and at the Isle of White Festival. Then, as now, I was impressed by his originality, passion and unique vocal style.
This album from 1976, 'Seed Of Memory', bears the hallmark of a Graham Nash production. Soft, subtle harmonies and gentle tones are interspersed with Terry's shrill vocals and individual guitar work. The title track 'Seed Of Memory' may well be his signature tune and remains one of the most haunting and soulful songs ever written.
Even now, Terry is much in demand for live shows, where he still performs these classics such as 'Faith To Arise', 'Brave Awakening' and the awesome 'To Be Treated Rite'.
This is a classic album that deserves to be in any serious music collection.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Chuck E VINE VOICE on 7 Sept. 2009
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Terry Reid certainly has a claim to this title. Maybe he was unlucky - turning down the offer of joining The New Yardbirds and putting a word in for Robert Plant may have been a bad career move, but it also sums up his generosity of spirit - something that shines through when you see him live (and if you get the chance grab it because he's singing better than ever). This is Terry's finest hour - a clutch of great songs, a fine band and some sympathetic production show off his talents as a songwriter and vocalist, and he stands comparison with the best of the best. The disparate styles evident on this record may be a hint as to why he hasn't had the commercial success he deserves - it's dificult to put him in a box with a label on. Yes, he's a great rock singer, but he's not going to confine himself to power ballads or metal posturing, and is just as likely to segue into an old Willie Nelson song from his encyclopaedic musical memory banks. Like Dylan, he'll then take one of his own songs and twist and bend it to see how far he can take it, accompanied by that idiosyncratic guitar style (he doesn't so much play the guitar as dance with it, challenging it to follow him).

Contrary to popular belief, he hasn't retired to California - and just to correct one comment, he isn't a reluctant performer, he just doesn't play the game by the rules. Seeing him live is to see him in his element - he is an absolute one-off genius. For a taste, check out 'Mayfly', 'Seed of Memory' or his cover of 'Whiter Shade of Pale' on YouTube, but you won't get the full picture without catching him live (roll on April 2010).
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 29 July 2000
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More years ago then I care, or want, to remember I was lent a tape of this CD. For the benefit of the youngest amongst us, this was all we had for in-car entertainment. Not that you could hear anything over the noise of the engine! But I digress. The tape was 'Faith to Arise' by Terry Reid, known mainly for 'Bang Bang you're dead' and if you think that listening to this is going to be a similar experience, then think again and again! The tape wore out through sheer overplay but now I have the CD...and what a perfect album it is. The title track is pure perfection. Terry Reid's vocal power compliments the acoustic guitar of David Lindley wonderfully and sets you up for the best track on the CD which is 'Seed of Memory'.It starts quietly enough sounding like a CSN&Y classic (not suprisingly as Graham Nash produced and harmonised on most tracks) then builds in a way that carries you along until it feels like it's summer and your driving a convertible down a hot and dusty lane, shades are on and the weekend's just started. As the music plays you quickly realise that there isn't a bad track on this album but the highlights of the rest have to be 'Brave New Awakening' and 'OOH Baby' which you swear blind you've heard before but can't think where! Towards the end of this manna from heaven is 'The Frame' which is nothing to do with snooker but everything to do with R&B and foot tapping. Overall this album is as near to perfect as it's possible to get, it's timeless, ageless and possibly the best work that Terry Reid has produced. You can be sure that,whatever you're driving whilst playing this, it will feel like a convertible.
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