"taking advantage of the new industry, promoting and sharing their music"
"kind of like the Hot 8 Brass Band jamming with a funk outfit like The Meters"
“Water Seed…takes you from mood to mood..love it!”
“It's just the right blend of spaced out soul that we need right now. Things have gotten too formulaic. I also like "Adam & Eve." It reminds me of the wild Stanley Clark & Bobbi Humphrey albums that used to be my Sunday morning ritual. Great work!”
“Great Vibe and Songs…Strong Players”
"In a world of auto-tune and carbon copy songwriting, Water Seed bucks the trend and 'keeps it real' with this collection of rare soulful gems!"
“it's a great mix of jazz, hip-hop and soul. I also like that it retains a "live" sound, especially when used in tandem with more synthetic sounds. My favorite tracks are Hues of Blue, Feel Like I Do, Can We Dance (waiting for a remix to that one) and Adam & Eve.”
“Leon Ware meets Santana. Smooth vocals against a samba disco full band rhythm section. Well written and a spectacular performance from one of the more clever up & coming touring live bands.”
“I'm diggin Hues of Blues. Its a breezy, infectious groove from a group I've enjoyed watching progress! I loolk forward to hearing the rest”
“Water Seed shows their versatility yet again with Hues of Blue. A smooth, jazzy, soulful song that will definitely be added to the rotation on Soul City Radio”
“Love this. Will be supporting!”
“The rhythm section next, funks things up with You'll Come and Turn you On. Just try to stop knodding your head on these ones.”
“The show ended with everyone standing and clapping as if it were church, and then the offering plate came into the audience.”
“Water Seed gives me hope!!!”
“grabs us with the freshness and sense of promise that we remember from the first few great releases of the Atlanta scene back in the late 90s!”
“as a taster for the album these tracks are great, good mellow, soulful music, and real music to with excellent production and musicianship.”
“read all reviews here: www.WaterSeedMusic.com”