Pushin' Too Hard: The Best of The Seeds Import
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The sound is no better than the old GNP CDs that have been around for years....which were 10th generation copies of the masters for the vinyl LPs.
Finally, the track are in no particular order and there's no information about each track fits into The Seeds body of music.
It's apparent that the guy who prepared this collection (Pat Gilbert) knows nothing about the era and is defintively not the guy to have done this reissue.
Two versions of No. 1 hit "Pushin' Too Hard." The rare and previously unreleased "Sad and Alone."
"Two Fingers Pointing On You" from the Jack Nicholson movie "Psych-Out." The mind-blowing "Evil Hoodoo" from their classic first LP "The Seeds." The live cut of "900 Million People Daily (All Making Love." These cuts refute the notion that all Seeds' songs sounded the same. If you dig keyboards,
Darryl Hooper is the guy for you. In his prime, there was no more distinctive lead singer than Sky Saxon. "Pushin' Too Hard: The Best of the Seeds" is a trip back to the psychedelic 1960s. Dig it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These guys ought to hang their collective heads in shame. This is musical pornography - no redeeming value at all. "Pushin' Too Hard" and "Mr. Read morePublished on July 8, 2011 by Larry Butterton
Just got this today! Sound is good no issue there, good selection of material. All in all...a killer set. Read morePublished on June 8, 2011 by Mike
The price, even including shipping, was significantly lower than the local new/used record store in new condition. (I never found this product in used condition offline. Read morePublished on December 8, 2009 by Robert R. Beaver