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The Seed

by The Seed

With a soulful blend of Reggae, R&B, Rock and World music, The Seed delivers music that makes you feel good or just feel, period. Held together with smooth vocals, catchy hooks, and substantive lyrics The Seed's sound is one even haters have to listen to.
Genre: Reggae: Reggae rock
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1. No More
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4:43 album only
2. A New Season
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5:25 album only
3. Frontin'
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6:45 album only
4. All Things Are Possible
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4:18 album only
5. Lay It Down Interlude
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1:13 album only
6. Be Myself
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4:55 album only
7. Spirit Moves Interlude
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1:28 album only
8. Rise Up!
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5:04 album only
9. Babilonia Caera
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3:11 album only
10. Song Of David
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6:28 album only
11. Steppin' Out
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12. Sub Gong Interlude
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13. Life
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Seed originated in southwest Virginia during the Fall of 2005. The group began as a reggae/rock-infused trio. From the beginning the band set out to create a tactful array of soulfully crafted, melodically smooth gems that would not only incite listener appeal but would also provoke deeper thought on issues of societal development, personal growth and the direction of the youth of today. During 2006 and 2007 the band underwent several changes to the lineup at bass, keys and lead guitar, but the founding members and song writing core of S.G. Lewis "The Ambassador" (Vocals/Guitars) and Brent Hoskins (Drums/Percussion/Guitars) remained the same. The addition of bassist Jason DiCicco in 2007 set the stage for the release of The Seed's full length self-titled debut album in May of 2008. The band credits much of the early success of the album to college and internet radio including sites like Pandora and Last.fm. Lewis, Hoskins and DiCicco are all natives of the Blue Ridge Mountain region of Virginia and have been occasionally joined in the studio and on stage by various musicians including childhood friend John "Slothman" Spence (Percussion/Vocals), Jamiel Allen (Keys) and James Pace (Keys). The Seed's intent was always to create music that makes you feel good or just feel, period. Reggae and R&B, Funk and Rock - multiple styles of music brought inspiration to the band throughout the years. Such influences can be heard in the stylings of The Seed's repetoire as their rhythms touch upon many different genres. As of 2009 The Seed disbanded, as founding members S.G. Lewis ("The Ambassador") and Brent Hoskins left for San Diego and Philadelphia respectively to pursue solo projects. The two still write and record together on collaborative projects and reunite The Seed for special shows and charity events on occasion back in Virginia. Lewis released his first solo full-length album entitled "New Roots" in March of 2011 receiving many positive reviews from those in the reggae and indie music communities. You can find new music, news and videos from Lewis and Hoskins by visiting their websites at: www.TheAmbassadorMusic.com and www.MySpace.com/BrentSounds


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allie cribbs


freakin amazing!

tom

lovedit
been lookin for music by these guys since i dl new season and can you understand from a sublime website. glad i finaly found it and was not dissapointed. if you like sublime you will like this band. tracks 1, 2, 3, 10 and 13 are really good. 4 is ok too. the only one i dont like is 6. the others are not really my cup of tea but still worth a listen. perfect for chillin out with your bong or in the car on a hot day. recomended to all

Tracy Brown

AWESOME!!!!
THESE GUYS ARE SOOOO AWESOME! THIS WAS THE SECOND COPY OF THIS CD THAT I HAD TO GET, BECAUSE I WORE THE FIRST ONE OUT... THANKS, GUYS, FOR ALL THE HARD WORK YOU PUT INTO THIS, MAKING IT A FANTASTIC LISTENING EXPERIENCE. I DEFINITELY RECOMMEND THIS TO EVERYONE! :) *TRACY

Casper, R

amazing
Great band Great music really make you feel irie!!

Ricky Taylor

solid
Pretty good stuff. Love the band and the style. I was just so blown away by the demo I bought at a show that my expectations for this CD were set a little too high. But still, great vibes, great sound.

Reggie "DJ Reg" Collier

NIce
Nice artist good mix of reggae & r&B...Me Like-E

Peace!

Hippieacous

Sweet Album!!!
I freaking love this album, hell I love this band. Can't wait for their next album.