The Seeds

The Seeds were an American garage-rock band that released four 1966–67 studio albums and a 1968 live album on GNP Crescendo. They are best known for the folk-pop number “I Can’t Seem to Make You Mind” and the proto-punk classic “Pushing Too Hard,” both mainstays of sixties psych comps.

Members: Sky Saxon (vocals, bass), Daryl Hooper (keyboards, guitar, 1965-?), Jan Savage (guitar, 1965-69, 2003), Rick Andridge (drums, 1965-69), Jeremy Levine (guitar, 1965)

The Seeds formed in January 1965 in Hollywood.


  • The Seeds (1966)
  • A Web of Sound (1966)
  • Future (1967)
  • A Full Spoon of Seedy Blues (1967 • Sky Saxon Blues Band)
  • Raw & Alive: The Seeds in Concert (1968)


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