New studio album: Seeds We Sow
On 5 September 2011, Eagle Rock Entertainment is delighted to release “Seeds We Sow” [Cat No EAGCD448], the new studio album from Lindsey Buckingham, his first since “Gift Of Screws” in 2008. “Seeds We Sow” is an excellent, new collection from the revered producer, songwriter, singer and guitarist of Fleetwood Mac. This album release will be followed by release of a new live concert DVD & Blu-ray in October, featuring tracks from the new album plus classic solo and Fleetwood Mac tracks from across Lindsey Buckingham’s incredible career.
The album is a showcase for his distinctive guitar picking style and instantly recognizable voice. The songs cover a broad spectrum from the simple guitar and vocals of the opening title track through the rockier style of “That’s The Way Love Goes” to the more complex arrangement and harmonies of “When She Comes Down”. As on previous solo albums, there is also a cover of a little known Rolling Stones track “She Smiled Sweetly”, which first appeared on the Stones’ 1967 album “Between The Buttons”. Lindsey Buckingham recorded “Seeds We Sow” in his home studio in Los Angeles and played the majority of the instruments himself, as well as mixing and producing.
1) Seeds We Sow 2) In Our Own Time 3) Illumination 4) That’s The Way Love Goes 5) Stars Are Crazy 6) When She Comes Down 7) Rock Away Blind 8) One Take 9) Gone Too Far 10) End Of Time 11) She Smiled Sweetly
A new Lindsey Buckingham album is always to be treasured and “Seeds We Sow” fully lives up to the high standards he has previously set himself, both as a solo artist and with Fleetwood Mac.
For more information on this and other Eagle releases contact Chris Hewlett PR – firstname.lastname@example.org or 0845 601 2833
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