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Title:
Seed Of Memory
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Folk Rock, Country Rock, Soft Rock, Classic Rock
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1364 mb
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4.2 ✪

Composed By – Terry Reid. Drums – James Gadson (tracks: B1, B2), Soko Richardson. Engineer – Al Schmidt (tracks: A1 to A3, B1, B3, B4), Don Gooch (tracks: A4, B4), Mark Harmon (2) (tracks: B1, B2). Engineer – Al Schmidt (tracks: A1 to A3, B1, B3, B4), Don Gooch (tracks: A4), Mark Harmon (2) (tracks: B2). Flute – Tim Weisberg. Harmony Vocals – Graham Nash, Terry Reid. Horn – Blue Mitchell, Clifford Solomon, Fred Wesley. Pedal Steel Guitar – Al Perkins. Pedal Steel Guitar – Ben Keith.

Seed Of Memory ‎(CDr, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Unofficial). The path he already began walking on with Terry Reid - River in 1973 - another stunning platter for my opinion, defining the essence of Reid with SOM - towards a layed back but funky rocking style, rooted between Southern Rock and West Coast, comes to full bloom on Seed Of Memory as Graham Nash laid hands on production.

Terry Reid moved to California in the mid-'70s, befriending a number of musicians from those parts and broadening his sound in the process. One result was this album, produced by Graham Nash and featuring David Lindley on acoustic and slide guitars. Seed of Memory isn't as heavy as his earlier work, and not remotely the bold, strident virtuoso rock production of his first LP - most of it, apart from the vaguely Led Zeppelin-ish "The Way You Walk," is fairly laid-back by Reid's standards. Ooh Baby" tries for a kind of meld of funk and British blues.

Seed of Memory is the fourth studio album by English vocalist Terry Reid, released in 1973 by ABC Records. It was produced by Graham Nash and written by Terry Reid. It was re-released in 2004. The songs "Brave Awakening", "Seed of Memory" and "To Be Treated Rite" were used in the 2005 film The Devil's Rejects. Additionally, "Faith to Arise" was featured on the soundtrack from the 2003 film Wonderland. All tracks composed by Terry Reid. Faith to Arise" – 4:39. Seed of Memory" – 5:26.

Band Name Terry Reid. Album Name Seed of Memory. Labels MCA Records BGO Records. Members owning this album2. 4. To Be Treated Rite.

Film OST - The Devils rejects (Original soundtrack) Terry Reid - Seed of memory. San Francisco 1976 15 Seed Of Memory. Terry Reid Seed Of Memory (Bottom Line 1976).

Let It Also Sow A Seed Of Memory Marlena In The Cool Satin Sashes Spread Dreams Over The Battle Below Bring Love With A Song As She Passes So His Life Can Stay Immortal To The Country And Let Every Man Aware Of Being Free Mmm, When She Talks Of Times When Wine Is Handed To Me From A Face That Walked Out. Of A Memory.

Terry Reid Seed Of Memory full album 1976. Terry Reid Seed Of Memory full album 1976. The only person whose music makes me tear up more than Neil Young is Terry Reid. It's pure, honest music with so goddamned much emotion, that it just murders me every time. I'd love to hear them play together, even if it tore my soul in half.

Tracklist

A1 Faith To Arise 4:28
A2 Seed Of Memory 5:25
A3 Brave Awakening 6:27
A4 To Be Treated Rite 5:52
B1 Ooh Baby (Make Me Feel So Young) 4:03
B2 The Way You Walk 4:40
B3 The Frame 4:33
B4 Fooling You 7:13

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – ABC Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – ABC Records, Inc.
  • Published By – Irving Music, Inc.
  • Published By – House Of Dreams Music
  • Recorded At – Sound Labs, Hollywood
  • Recorded At – Rudy Records
  • Designed At – R. Twerk & Co.

Credits

  • Acoustic Guitar – Joel Bernstein (tracks: A4)
  • Acoustic Guitar, Slide Guitar, Violin – David Lindley
  • Art Direction, Design – Gary Burden
  • Balalaika – Al Viola
  • Bass – Lee Miles*
  • Cello [Celloist] – Jesse Ehrlich
  • Composed By – Terry Reid
  • Drums – James Gadson (tracks: B1, B2), Soko Richardson
  • Engineer – Al Schmidt* (tracks: A1 to A3, B1, B3, B4), Don Gooch (tracks: A4, B4), Mark Harmon (tracks: B1, B2)
  • Engineer [Mix Down Engineer] – Al Schmidt* (tracks: A1 to A3, B1, B3, B4), Don Gooch (tracks: A4), Mark Harmon (tracks: B2)
  • Flute – Tim Weisberg
  • Harmony Vocals [Vocal Harmonies] – Graham Nash, Terry Reid
  • Horn [Horn Section] – Blue Mitchell, Clifford Solomon, Fred Wesley
  • Pedal Steel Guitar [Additional Pedal Steel] – Al Perkins
  • Pedal Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel] – Ben Keith
  • Photography By – Tom Kelly Studios*
  • Producer – Graham Nash
  • Saxophone [Saxophones Solos] – Plas Johnson

Notes

Printed in U.S.A.

Comes with a 4-page LP-sized leaflet (Lyrics & credits).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A hand-etched): ABCD - 935 - A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B hand-etched): ABCD - 935 - B ④ >
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EDCD 425 Terry Reid Seed Of Memory ‎(CD, Album, RE) Edsel Records EDCD 425 UK 1995
ABC-7020 Terry Reid Seed Of Memory ‎(LP, Album) ABC Records ABC-7020 Venezuela 1976
none Terry Reid Seed Of Memory ‎(CDr, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Unofficial) Not On Label none Europe Unknown
BGOCD619 Terry Reid Seed Of Memory ‎(CD, Album, RE, Sli) BGO Records BGOCD619 UK 2004
YX-8054-AB Terry Reid Seed Of Memory ‎(LP, Album) ABC Records YX-8054-AB Japan 1976


Reviews:
  • Clonanau
In many cases i appreciate the great work reviewers do on Allmusic, but in this case i have to strongly disagree with Bruce Eder rating this one 3,5 stars. Totally agree with AugustWest22 that this one can be considered as Reid's masterpiece. For years i had a copy of his 2nd record Terry Reid - Terry Reid sitting in my shelves, bought long ago when i was massive into Led Zepp and thought it might be a good idea to sort in an album from their potential lead singer. You'll know the story ...The record was ok, but didn't fix me enough to go further in exploring his works. Few years ago i saw Rob Zombie's TDR at a friends home, who's a big horror fan. Let's not talk about the movie, but these tracks from Reid featured there were fantastic. Didn't recognized him at first. Made me change my mind about him.The path he already began walking on with Terry Reid - River in 1973 - another stunning platter for my opinion, defining the essence of Reid with SOM - towards a layed back but funky rocking style, rooted between Southern Rock and West Coast, comes to full bloom on Seed Of Memory as Graham Nash laid hands on production. The opening tune offers nice acoustic guitar work accompanied by nice cello sounds. The title track is an epic work, beautiful stripped down and dark colored sounds. It has a hypnotic drone-like guitar riff, repeating mostly all over the tune that's really great, nearly proto-stoner style. As is To Be Treated Rite that might be the evil twin of the hopefull SOM. This song expresses some kind of scared and vulnerable state of being exposed without any chance to find some shelter. This is Desert Rock!The second side tells a whole different story, making way with a brass section for the easy but deeply grooving Ooh Baby, that should be considered as material for a forthcoming Yacht Rock sampler. The WayYou Walk might proof as a showcase track why Terry Reid was offered the job for LZ frontman. If there is something to criticize it might be that this one lacks the vibe that connects the other stuff on second side. But hey ... The last two tracks pick up the groove from the starting tune of side b, the organ driven soulful The Frame is a monster of a groove while the closing title spreads some late night bar mood with its deep chords by the sax.More or less the record consists of two EP's: the first showing some great country and folkrock stuff with a slightly psychedelic twist, the second heading towards some blue-eyed soul. For anybody who thinks platters like David Crosby - If I Could Only Remember My Name, Stephen Stills - Stills, Neil Young - Hawks & Doves, the works of Tim Buckley, added with a little blend of The Allman Brothers Band - Win, Lose Or Draw and a hint of The Doobie Brothers - Takin' It To The Streets are nice stuff to listen to, this album is a must have. Any others should give at least a try.4,5 stars at least from me.
  • Shalizel
A masterpiece of an album. Every song on here is absolutely stunning.