Starting with 1981's "Law and Order," Fleetwood Mac co-frontman Lindsey Buckingham has been writing, recording and producing great solo works -- it's just that they're starting to sound alike after all these years. As usual, "Seeds We Sow" has impeccable high vocals, beautiful guitar-playing alternating between angry and soothing, well-crafted songs and a heavy rhythmic quality; best song here is the outraged "One Take."
'Seeds We Sow'
BOTTOM LINE Another solid collection from the Fleetwood Mac singer in his spare time
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