Download Lindsey Buckingham's Gorgeous Track 'Seeds We Sow'

Song comes from Fleetwood Mac star's new solo album

June 30, 2011 9:00 AM ET
Download Lindsey Buckingham's Gorgeous Track 'Seeds We Sow'
Jeremy Cowart

Fleetwood Mac singer and guitarist Lindsey Buckingham is set to begin a new phase of his long, often eccentric career in September when he self-releases his new solo album Seeds We Sow. The album, which Buckingham wrote, performed and produced entirely on his own, is uncompromising and incredibly intimate. The title track is among the most gorgeous productions of his career, with his worn but still lovely voice floating gently over cascading, finger-picked guitar notes that chime out like a harp. The album will hit stores on September 6th, but you can download "Seeds We Sow" now.

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