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Raw and Alive


Download links and information about Raw and Alive by The Seeds. This album was released in 1968 and it belongs to Rock, Psychedelic genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 41:06 minutes.

Artist: The Seeds
Release date: 1968
Genre: Rock, Psychedelic
Tracks: 11
Duration: 41:06
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No. Title Length
1. Introduction By "Humble" Harv / Mr. Farmer 4:04
2. No Escape 2:29
3. Satisfy You 2:06
4. Night Time Girl 2:31
5. Up In Her Room 9:48
6. Gypsy Plays His Drums 4:31
7. Can't Seem to Make You Mine 2:35
8. Mumble and Bumble 2:29
9. Forest Outside Your Door 2:44
10. 900 Million People Daily All Making Love 5:01
11. Pushin' Too Hard 2:48



While Raw and Live indeed feels the way it should, given the title, the album was actually recorded in 1968 by garage band pioneers The Seeds live in a studio, not in a venue with screaming fans. (Those almost-random swells of crowd noise were added later.) However, the band clearly worked some magic during the sessions, and Sky Saxon’s feral snarl on “Gypsy Plays His Drums” and the steaming, runaway organ of “Escape” take on a different thrill knowing they were done in one take, live to tape. The slow and steady anticipation of “Up in Her Room” is so palpable, it feels like it fed off a club full of hormonal young people hoping not to go home alone. The excitement in the pulsating “Pushin’ Too Hard” feels utterly authentic—the keyboard riffs are gorgeous—and tunes like “Night Time Girl” and “900 Million People…” are reminders of The Seeds’ influence; contemporary bands like Clinic have clearly done their homework.