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  • Audio CD (5 Sept. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Eagle Rock
  • ASIN: B0058EZI1Y
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
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The Seeds We Sow is the sixth solo album from legendary Fleetwood Mac guitarist, singer-songwriter and producer, Lyndsey Buckingham. This album is Buckingham’s first self-release, in which he took a true DIY approach, not only writing and performing every song on the record but producing and mixing them as well. The album contains the single "In Our Own Time".

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Like all of Lindsey's solo albums, this will surely get better with repeated listens. But even fresh out the can - man, this is good!
This is for sure Lindsey as he wants to be heard, up close and personal. It's like being in the audience at a private performance. "Hold up Lindsey, let me fill our glasses before the next number....say when...."

This album really hangs together too. It's like going on a trip led by a slightly different Lindsey from the one we've come to know of late. The man behind the songs here is still very contented. That he now has the "Satisfied Mind" he covered in his first solo album in '91 (Law & Order) is probably an impression familiar to anyone who has followed his music. I hope Lindsey truly has found lasting happiness in love and fatherhood, but whatever is feeding his writing it is certainly getting better and better. This album reveals a reflective but not self-absorbed Lindsey, who in his own songs looks not just inwards but outwards too, speaking to a much wider audience now than just those of us who have grown up with him. This is an invitation to see the world as he has come to see it, through his mature and poetic eyes. It surely is a beautiful place.

I think "beautiful" is the best word for this album. "Seeds" is Lindsey at the peak of his game (and with no signs of letting up). His guitar playing is unique, sometimes haunting and sometimes just plain impossibly good, the folk-rock equivalent of classical virtuoso. He really should get (even) more acclaim for it.

I'd suggest that to get the most from this album, make sure you first listen to it is at a time and somewhere you can give it full attention. Break out some light refreshments - chocolate or wine are good, maybe not together though. Lower the lights.
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Always a writer willing to push the boundaries of his art, and experiment with sound at the expense of commercial success, Lindsey Buckingham has never been as prolific as his restless spirit might suggest he should have been. Not, that is, until the slew of fine albums he has delivered in the last 5 years, beginning with the very personal and minimalist Under The Skin in 2006; followed two years later by the downright weirdness coupled with pristine pop of Gift Of Screws, and now culminating in this third album. Seeds We Sow sits somewhere between the two in its tone. The opening tracks, 'Seeds We Sow' and 'In Our Own Time' would have fitted comfortably on Under The Skin, featuring as they do Buckingham's familiar tense and tightly picked Spanish guitar sound. When things pep up for 'Illumination' ('one less trick of the mind, the process of illumination'), and then slip into the sweet pop sound of 'That's The Way That Love Goes', the album suddenly breathes into life, deploying all the customary Buckingham tricks of harmony and rich pop sensibility that kept Fleetwood Mac at the top of its game for a short period in the mid-seventies.

There are few out and out rock songs here, and at times Buckingham's overly clinical guitar picking can become tiresome. The album was performed , recorded and produced in its entirely by Lindsey Buckingham himself, and occasionally this self-referential approach cries out for Stevie Nicks's sandpaper harmonies, and the bump and grind of the Mac rhythm section. Following the sublime 'Rock Away Blind', 'One Take' partially answers this need through an insistent and infectious groove coupled with fast and literate vocals, but much of the album has a sweetness of mood and orchestral tone that is reminiscent of moments on Out Of The Cradle.
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Lindsey's latest solo album contains the guitar wizardry expected if you are familiar with his work, either as a solo artist or Fleetwood Mac band member. Remembering how I was stopped in my tracks after pressing Play on his album "Under the Skin" I was expecting more of the same, as we had with Gift of Screws too. I was not disappointed. He has created an all round polished album with great new sounds and yet you can hear tones of Fleetwood Mac at their best.

His solo album "Out of the Cradle" will always be one of my favourite ever records, yet I am enjoying these sounds just as much right now, and best of all there is a UK tour too.
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I have heard from friends of mine that Lindsey Buckingham's solo work is too introspective. Fair point, in part. But all his solo albums show glimpses of the melodic genius that is this man. Perhaps the best acoustic guitar troubadour of all. This album has a nice balance and is his best since 1992's Out Of The Cradle..at least. For with repeated listenings this album sounds like a most cohesive work and a nice mixture of all his eclectic styles. The opener `Seeds We Sow' is decent enough but got me worrying that this was `Under The Skin' mark 2. The real treasures here are `When She Comes Down' which is a bit reminiscent of Tusk's superb `That's All For Everyone'. The chord changes are just gorgeous. `The End Of Time' is also vintage...this should be the soundtrack to the episode, if it ever happens, when Doctor Who ceases to exist. With Amy and Rory et al crying in the background :- ) `Gone Too Far' may be a tad formulaic...but is very moving all the same (a better version of Michael Jackson's saccharine but still commendable `Gone Too Soon'?). The Stones cover is sublime. I have just been reading Keith's book and the album `Between The Buttons' let alone this track do not even get a mention. Maybe `cos Mick wrote it? :- ) Even the so called loud tracks are mostly great...and they grow on you. Just imagine yourself as Lindsey going through this tortuous trip and `That's The Way That Love Goes' and `One Take' to name but two take on a new meaning. This is not Lindsey showing off his guitar skills, more two upbeat heartfelt rockers. This man almost took acoustic guitar melodies in the 1970s to new levels with such gems as `Never Going Back Again'. This new album contains more than enough of his genius to satisfy my expectations. His best solo work to date? Well it's a close one vs. `Out Of The Cradle'...but I wouldn't want to choose between the two...on my ninth listen, this album feels like home :- )
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