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  • CD (27 mai 2013)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Label: Ace Records
  • ASIN : B00C9E9LAK
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Intro / March Of The Flower Children
  2. Travel With Your Mind
  3. Out Of The Question
  4. Painted Doll
  5. Flower Lady And Her Assistant
  6. Now A Man
  7. A Thousand Shadows
  8. Two Fingers Pointing On You
  9. Where Is The Entrance Way To Play?
  10. Six Dreams
  11. Fallin'
  12. Chocolate River
  13. Sad And Alone
  14. The Wind Blows Your Hair (Version 2)
  15. Travel With Your Mind
  16. Painted Doll
  17. Flower Lady And Her Assistant
  18. Now A Man
  19. Two Fingers Pointing On You
  20. Where Is The Entrance Way To Play?
  21. Six Dreams (Alt Mix)
  22. Fallin'
  23. The Navy Swings

Disque : 2

  1. Rides Too Long
  2. Chocolate River
  3. Flower Lady And Her Assistant [Take 1]
  4. Where Is The Entrance Way To Play? (Alt Mix)
  5. Sad And Alone
  6. Contact High (Take 1)
  7. Travel With Your Mind (Alt Mix)
  8. Six Dreams [Take 4]
  9. Two Fingers Pointing On You [Take 1]
  10. The Wind Blows Your Hair (Version 2)
  11. March Of The Flower Children (Alt Mix)
  12. A Thousand Shadows [Take 7]
  13. Gypsy Plays His Drums (Version 1)
  14. Satisfy You (Version 1)
  15. 900 Million People Daily (All Making Love) (Full Length Version)

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Big Beat's Seeds reissue series continues with an expanded edition of their third and most controversial album, 1967's idiosyncratic Future. At this point the band, fronted by the enigmatic Sky Saxon, were hugely popular in their native Los Angeles, and seemed poised for major stardom on the heels of their national hit Pushin' Too Hard . Encouraged by their manager, Lord Tim Hudson, the album was Saxon's psychedelic missive to the world; an outrageous gesture with no expense spared: copious string and horn overdubs on a selection of material that espoused the singer's new-found flower power philosophy. Nevertheless, Future contains many fan favourites such as Painted Doll, Flower Lady, Two Fingers and A Thousand Shadows . Big Beat's deluxe 2CD edition features the remastered stereo album, along with a selection of period mono mixes, including several that are previously unissued. A second disc, Contact High: The Future Sessions, is a fascinating rundown of the album s creation, utilising outtakes, alternate mixes and previously unheard versions to demonstrate that, beneath all the overdubs and florid platitudes, on Future, the Seeds collective rock n roll heart beat as strongly as ever. As with Big Beat's previous Seeds remasters, Future comes as a foldout digipak with a jam-packed booklet full of revelatory details and eye-popping pictorial, to accompany this definitive edition of Sky and the Seeds psychedelic masterwork. Compilation and sleeve note by Alec Palao.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 TRAVEL WITH YOUR MIND! 22 juin 2013
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The label BIG BEAT continues their Seeds collection with "Future", which was the band's 3rd L.P. release. The Album was released in July, 1967, and came in a luxurious Gatefold sleeve that featured an oil painting by local fan and female artist Sassin. The lyrics were printed on pictures of sunflowers and the L.P. also included cut-out flower stickers that represented each song for fans to cut out and paste wherever they wanted. The Album presented The Seeds as the originators of "Flower Power", and included new sounds with additional instruments that included harpsichord, gong, harp, tabla drum, cellos, sitars, tuba, flugel horn, violins, xylophone, flutes, maracas, and even a bullwhip, as snapped by Sky Saxon. At this time, the group also fell under the influence and guidance of "Lord" Tim Hudson, who was a transplanted Brit D.J. who took up residence as a D.J. on radio station KFWB in Los Angeles. Hudson also changed the image of the group from Bohemian to Mod, switching from denim & leather to Mod togs and Bell-bottoms. This was also the time when Sky started taking a lot of L.S.D., which further separated him from the other 3 members of The Seeds. The Lysergic influences are very evident in the songs, which overall, were not as strong as those in the 1st 2 L.P.'s. Still, the L.P. has enough fine moments to merit it's reputation as somewhat of a "flawed gem". Immediately upon the opening of the L.P. with "Intro/March Of The Flower Children, one can sense the change in direction of the music. Quality tracks include "Travel With Your Mind", "Out Of The Question", "Flower Lady And Her Assistant", "Now A Man", "A Thousand Shadows", "Two Fingers Pointing At You", "Six Dreams", and the nearly 8 minute finale, "Fallin'. So for better or for worse, The Seeds were now labeled as the originators of "Flower Power". In view of all of the many quality L.P.'s that surfaced in 1967, such as the debut L.P. by The Doors, Sgt. Pepper by The Beatles, and the debut L.P. by The Jimi Hendrix Experience, "Future" holds up rather well. Of course, this 2 cd set also includes the stereo album master and other mono mixes, as well as a 2nd cd of early takes, and alternate mixes that demonstrated, beneath the overdubs, the band's classic rock 'n roll heartbeat remained quite strong. Disc 2 is titled "Contact High": the "Future" sessions. The last track on the 2nd disc is titled "900 Million People Daily All Making Love", and it is the full length version that clocks at just under 10 minutes. It was the group's only 1968 single but I find it an excellent selection. One should also acknowledge that "Flower Power" was the important link between Garage-Punk and full blown Psychedelia. This 2 cd set comes with an excellent annotated 40 page booklet written by Alec Palao with contributions by guitarist Jan Savage. The remastered sound is indeed excellent for both Mono and Stereo mixes. If you are not already a Seeds fan, "Future" is not likely to convince you to jump aboard. But for those who are drawn to the somewhat irrational but yet compelling world of Sky Saxon, the L.P. is yet another invocation of his fractured genius. The new sound mix as well as the excellent 40 page booklet which is jammed with many rare photos, most of which are in color, certainly sealed the deal with me. Disc 1 tracks in at nearly 79 minutes, and disc 2 is 57 minutes long. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!! SMRZ!!!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Real Treasure 16 juin 2016
Par Fred Rayworth - Publié sur
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I’ve been a huge Seeds fan since I first heard Pushin’ Too Hard. On the other hand, I’ve been known to say things tongue in cheek that might be considered disparaging toward them, but that was never meant in a condescending or malicious way. I will say that I’ve always considered their music accessible in that they were the ultimate garage band. It was stuff us kids could play. If these guys could do it, we could too!
On the other hand, I, as well as most of my friends, were basing these opinions entirely on their 45’s because we never heard their albums. Sure, we saw those albums in the stores, but being the kids we were, we needed to save our cash for the more “serious” bands of the day! Sorry for The Seeds, it took almost fifty years to finally get serious about them and really appreciate what they did.
Now, here I am with the second…yes I say, the second version of Future. I bought the first version of the CD two decades ago in Oklahoma and listened to it quite a bit. This being their “worst” album, even according to them (well the survivors, anyway). Yet, despite that, as a completest, I couldn’t resist picking up this double-down version just to get the extra stuff plus all the story behind it all in the outstanding booklet.
Folks, this is a real treasure and after repeated listens to the different versions of the same album and the sessions, I’ve come to appreciate the musicians much more than I ever did back in the day. Daryl Hooper, Jan Savage and Rick Andridge have gone up a bunch of notches on my musical scale. These guys were the real deal.
Not only that, but despite the dud here and there, I’ve found myself getting into the songs on Future more and more. For what was a dismal failure for the band and a whacked out experiment for Sky Saxon, probably despite him, there was some good come out of all of this.
As I’ve got into The Seeds more and more, I’ve come to the conclusion that I more tolerate Sky’s vocals and get into the music, rather than the other way around. While Sky is the front man, the attention getter, I can only take so much of his snarling and whining and almost off-pitch vocals. Of course, that’s also part of the punk charm as well. Maybe if I was a girl and was seeing him gyrate on stage, I’d think different.
On the other hand, listening to the swirling keyboards and the pulsating guitar which is often felt more than heard, all held together with the pounding drumming, the melodies and rhythms come together into a whole.
Future is a lot better than it was given credit for. This compilation of the original album, takes and outtakes is a real treasure and a must have for any Seeds fan. Highly recommended.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A true artifact of its time and an unintentionally great album. 5 mars 2015
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Oh yes potential Amazon customer, Future is a great album! Great in that it is the most inept psychedelic album I've ever heard and one of the most unintentionally hilarious albums in any genre. Sky Saxon's warbly out of tune voice and the incompetent backing of the musically retarded Seeds, not to mention the goofy flower power lyrics equates to comedy gold. To hear Sky Saxon's goat like bleating of "the flower lady, and her assistant" is as exalted a moment as you will find in American sixties garage rock. It's truly an artifact of its time and it's psychedelic pretentions are laugh out loud funny. Don't forget all the instruments besides guitar, bass and drums are played by your imagination! Ah, the sixties, we shall never see their like again!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is Great!!!! 3 juillet 2013
Par Garage Goon - Publié sur
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If you are a Seeds fan this is yet another must have! The outtakes alone make this essential! BUY NOW!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 11 mars 2016
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Great service great cd
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