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  • Audio CD (1 Feb. 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Virgin
  • ASIN: B000000W9H
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 215,702 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Brother Cane ~ Seeds

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Format: Audio CD
Brother Cane were from Birmingham, 'way down in Alabam' and Seeds was the second of three albums that they made, originally coming out in 1995 and what a corker it is. The cover doesn't give much away but once you put it on it's fairly obvious that these guys are drawing inspiration from classic 70s styled hard rock and as you would expect coming from Alabama there is a Southern flavour to these great tunes, imagine the Black Crowes with some 'G.N.R'and Pearl Jam thrown in to the mix creating something that sounds quite fresh and vibrant .It rocks but the emphasis is on melody, it is full of classic riffs and just when you think it can't get any better they hit you with a killer hook.This is definitely a classic rock album that really does stand up well.
Seriously give it a try especially when you can pick it up for next to nothing,for it is one of those albums that will always stay with you.
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By M. C. Reijnhout on 24 Sept. 2009
Format: Audio CD
Brother Cane is one of those bands that never made it into the big league, but made amazing music. Seeds is an excellent album.

Strong vocals like Eddie Vedder and Chris Cornell.
And a rock groove that just makes you keep playing the album more and more. High points: the southern rock-styled "20/20 faith" and the uptempo rocker "Kerosine".
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Awesome Band, Dearly Missed 27 Oct. 2005
By Mark Ricks - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I've loved this band from their start in 93", with their self titled album, "Brother Cane". I live about 100 miles north of Memphis, where Brother Cane originated, and I had the pleasure of seeing them live at the Pyramid (one of Memphis' best show arenas) with Van Halen (fronted by Sammy Hagar) as the headliner. Brother Cane was on thier "Seeds" tour at the time (about 1996). I'd have to say Brother Cane ROCKED THE HOUSE!!! Not many people could still stand up for Van Halen (although they still rocked equally). Unfortunately, Brother Cane split up after their third evenly matched release, titled "Wishpool", (although "Seeds" was still a cut above the other two albums). I would love to see Brother Cane make a reunion, as many of their fans would. They are dearly missed. They had a sound of thier own which is a mix of Collective Soul and Soundgarden/Audio Slave, with a little Nirvana grunge added for texture. This is a must have CD that sets an awesome mood at any gathering or just to rock on down the highway! TRY IT, YOU'LL LIKE IT!
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More Distinctive Means Better 14 July 2003
By "coalblacksky@hotmail.com" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The 2nd album from southern rock outfit Brother Cane has much of the same elements as their debut: bluesy wah-wah inflected riffs, "High Speed Freezin'"; tales of hard times and desolation, "Intempted"; and singer Damon Johnson's deep throated pain: "Voice Of Eujena." Here it's just done better and in a more distinctive style of a band finding their sound. A hint of grunge creeps in the haunting "And Fools Shine On" and the very AIC influenced "Rise On Water." This in no way lessens the impact of the material and the overall somber mood surrounding it. A solid second record from an underrated band.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
One of the Best Surprises...EVER! 25 April 2000
By "lordzorpellin" - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Whenever I suggest this album to a customer at the music store I work at, they always purchase it after listening to it...and with good reason. This is one of the best rock albums of the 90's. You can compare it to Pearl Jam, Nirvana, Metallica...whoever- "Seeds" can stand up to any of them.
"And Fools Shine On" is a simple, catchy single that was heard on radio stations across the country, as well as in the movie Halloween 6. However, the album doesn't build around just that one song. Each track holds its own, and the album flows together beautifully. "Kerosene" is an excellent rocker with a great Damon Johnson riff. "Rise On Water," the strongest track on the album, highlights the strength of Johnson's emotional vocals and songwriting skills. "20/20 Faith" features another excellent guitar riff that very nicely flows into a low bass lick. "Voice of Eujena" is an excellent heart-filled ballad that whose guitar part was ever-so-cleverly borrowed by Marcy Playground on their debut album years later.
This is one of the best albums made within the '90's. It is excellent, exciting, pure rock n' roll. Brother Cane would be far better known if the music industry were not dominated by one-hit wonder pop artists. Damon Johnson is a genius- that's why Ted Nugent hired him to lead the reunion of the Damn Yankees- which should be very interesting. If enough people hear what he can do, that will break through as "Seeds" should have. This album is essential for the collection of any rock fan- you will be as pleasantly surprised as I was!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great, Lost Alabama Classic 1 May 2001
By New York Math Lover - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Unfortunately with Brother Cane's hiatus, the fans aren't able to hear anymore the music that makes you sing along to the guitar and bass parts. This is one of the best things about Brother Cane's music. You are not only left humming Damon Johnson's lyrics, but you can't help but find yourself singing along to his guitar work, humming to Roman Glick's bass, all the while tapping out (or trying to!) Scott Collier's intricate patters. (I shoould mention that Scott Collier, with his extensive use of African percussion and his great licks and rhythms is one of rock's best drummers). Go out and buy this album!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Incredible followup to a great album 20 Aug. 2000
By Aaron G. Rhoads - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Where many bands falter, Brother Cane shines. Their second effort is every bit as good as their first, with great rockers like "Hung on a Rope", "Kerosine", and "Breadmaker". Musically and lyrically this albums is an advance over their debue. This is shown especially on songs like "And Fools Shine On" and "Voice of Eugena". If you liked the first album you will love this one just as much, I really can't recommend this band enough, the best rock act to come out of the 90's.
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