Can't Seem to Make You Mine (The Seeds)

12 APRIL 1966


Influential ‘garage band’ The Seeds released their eponymous debut album during this month. It peaked at #132 on the US Billboard album charts.

The lead song on the A-side was ‘Can’t Seem to Make You Mine’ which had been released as a single during 1965 and failed to chart, but was re-released in 1967 and reached #41 in the US. It features lead singer Sky Saxon's distinctive love-them-or-hate-them vocals.

Despite a solid effort, the Seeds never achieved serious commercial success, their highest chart position for a single being #35.

B-side: 'Daisy Mae'
Released: March 1965, May 1967 (re-issue)
Recorded: 1965
Length: 2:31
Label: GNP Crescendo
Writer: Sky Saxon
Producer: Marcus Tybalt

Can’t Seem to Make You Mine (The Seeds)

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