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  • Audio CD (March 26, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Entertainment One Music
  • ASIN: B00701QX4E
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #199,919 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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SomeOthaShip Connect is set to release Georgia Anne Muldrow's upcoming album, Seeds, March 26th 2012. Seeds not only marks Georgia's first album as a vocalist on an outside producers instrumentation, it also marks the first full length project Madlib has produced exclusively for a female vocalist.
Says Georgia, Not handling production and focusing strictly on the lyrics and vocals was a very different experience for me. It was as if I walked into someone else's world and built a hut. But I'm very proud of the hut we built and am excited about the release.
Lyrically Muldrow's themes on this album center around her wonder about the elements of life and the interconnected nature of the universe. The first single, Seeds asks the people of the world to elevate their consciousness and take responsibility for the future of our children and the planet. Another highlight track, "Wind," tells an esoteric story about a fisherman and his family and how the wind carries people's stories, traditions and soul.

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Paired with Madlib and Dudley Perkins...stellar!
gabriel a. tolliver
So considering the point of this album seemed to be to emphasis the soul/funk aspect of Muldrow's sound,he would seem like the perfect go to guy on that regard.
Andre S. Grindle
She followed those albums with the compilation "Ms. One" as well as 2010's "King's Ballad".
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Andre S. Grindle TOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 18, 2012
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It was only a couple years ago that I became aware of the existence of Georgia Anne Muldrow at all. With a family steeped in music in a similar manner to Patrice Rushen,Muldrow is a relative newcomer to the scene,having only been active for the past seven years. Part of a group of artists looking to reconcille the 70's funk/soul/jazz sound into something that would resonate with contemporary music listeners,Muldrow has tended to exist on the jazzier and more experimental side of that from what I've been hearing. Madlib of course is a hip-hop sampler obsessed with classic funk and jazz. Particularly 70's Blue Note. So considering the point of this album seemed to be to emphasis the soul/funk aspect of Muldrow's sound,he would seem like the perfect go to guy on that regard. It appears Muldrow chose very wisely in this area too.

Starting out with the cinematic sounding title song,the first five songs here make it clear this isn't any cliched slow crawling "G-Funk" styled release. It's uptempo and rhythmic pretty much out of a mixture of Curtis Mayfiend/Sly Stone styled funk. On the lyrics to "Wind","Calabash","Kali Yuga" and "The Birth Of Petey Wheatstraw" Muldrow is more than aware of that blend of spirituallity,romanticism and cultural awareness that is at the very core of funk/soul lyricism. And Madlib's grasp on the music end of it needs no introduction. My own favorite song here is "Best Love",bringing something of an early 80's post disco/pre boogie funk sound to the proceedings. She still remains a high level lyrical poetress throughout the rhythmically potent "Husfriend","Kneecap Jelly" and "The Few". That last one has a short rap containing somewhat tacky use of language for an album of this sort. But the point that raps makes is politically relevant and works anyway.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Perverted Alchemist on April 11, 2012
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If there is one thing to be said about Georgia Anne Muldrow, it's her talent from being creative as well as prolific. She's released a series of albums starting with the "Worthnothings" EP- quickly followed by her debut "Olesi: Fragments Of An Earth" in 2006. The following year, she released an experimental album under the pseudonym Pattie Blingh "Sagala". A couple of years later, she followed it up with her sophomore effort "Usimodo" which was released under her own name. She followed those albums with the compilation "Ms. One" as well as 2010's "King's Ballad". She took a different approach on her next recordings- her instrumental album "Ocotea" released under the pseudonym Jyoti and paid tribute to her mother Rickie Byars-Beckwith on "Owed To Mama Rickie". In between that time, she released several albums with her partner Dudley Perkins and appeared on a few high profile albums. She made an appearance on Mos Def's "The Ecstatic" on "Roses" (which was really him ad-libbing on her previously recorded song from several months prior). She also appeared on both of Erykah Badu's "New Amerykah" albums- appearing on and producing "Master Teacher" on "4th World War" as well as producing the ten minute ballad "Out My Mind, Just In Time" from "Return Of The Ankh".

Since she was given the tag of being "the female Madlib", it made sense to her to work with the producer on her next studio effort "Seeds". On this new recording, Georgia- who usually produces her own albums- lets Madlib take the reins on the new album. She starts the recording off with the title track "Seeds", a song pondering about the future of young children. On "Wind", she tells the story of a man who followed his father into being a fisherman and looks at life through the concept of nature on "Calabash".
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Georgia has a *very* strong voice. Rasp, full-bodied. The quirkiness of this album sometimes hinges on the conversational lyrics. It is as though I am listening to the, at times, awkward juxtaposition of the raw thoughts. As though she were writing, not stream of consciousness, but transcribing conscious self-talk. I wonder where she will go next.
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All I know is that I love this women. Singer after my own heart. When I'm looking for something different and eclectic yet Soulful she can always take me away. You betta sing Georgia!
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