Saturday, November 12, 2011

Review: Lindsey Buckingham "Seeds We Sow" "dream-like atmosphere throughout the album ""


Lindsey Buckingham – Seeds We Sow (Eagle/Shock)

In between touring and recording with Fleetwood Mac, Lindsey Buckingham has nurtured a solo career, reaching back to 1981. Following up on 2008’s Gift Of Screws, comes Seeds We Sow, Buckingham’s 6th studio solo outing.

While Lindsey is a fine singer and songwriter, it’s really his guitar playing that stands out on the 11 tracks included here. Buckingham has developed his own, unique sound, based around his delicate finger-picking and he using the technique to full advantage on songs like That’s The Way Love Goes, Stars Are Crazy and Rock Away Blind. His rippling notes seem to flow off the fretboard.

Sonically, Buckingham induces a dream-like atmosphere throughout the album thanks to his lyrics, which often refer to dreams, and his layered vocals.


by: Marty Duda
13th Floor (New Zealand)

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sorry, "dream-like" Yeah, bad dream!!

Anonymous said...

What the fuck is up with you? You wouldn't be here if you didn't love LB baby! Suck it!

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