Friday, September 23, 2011

Review: Lindsey Buckingham "Seeds We Sow" put on the headphones and settle in for a beautiful ride


For some reason, Lindsey Buckingham's solo career has flown under the radar. As he released his third studio recording in 6 years, he seems to get better with age….

"Seeds We Sow" is his first album away from Warner's umbrella as he created his own label, "Mind Kit Records". It was also recorded in his home studio, which in this case is a good thing. For those who are used to listening to Buckingham however, it is a huge departure from anything he has recorded. Many of the songs have been stripped down to his voice, his guitar, and drums. I've read critics complain that it's under produced, but the vibe created with this music/lyric marriage is perfect. He even took an old Rolling Stone deep cut (She Smiles Sweetly) and made it his own.

Continue to the Full Review at Associated Content - Yahoo

By: Caston Countz

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