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Thursday, January 6, 2011

The Seen (When I Was Young Single)

The Seen were a three piece Mod/Garage outfit from Pennsylvania, around from 1981 till 1988. Their recorded output was an LP Titled Under The Sun/In The Rain, This single, a self-released 3-song cassette EP, a track on The Declaration of Fuzz comp, and a great more garage sounding tune called Jealous Girl, on The Battle of the Garages 2 comp which I included it for your listening pleasure. I found THIS PAGE For a great authentic sounding 60's revival band from the late 90's called The Berkeley Squires, that included; Glenn Sadin. I'm not sure if their still around or not. I did however find this Myspace page as well as this Facebook page for The Seen that mentions a new LP, so maybe The Seen are back.
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Paradox Records 1986
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1. When I Was Young
2. Stopping On Go !
3. Jealous Girl
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***DOWNLOAD***

14 comments:

ahhhlookout! said...

Thanks for your blog! I really enjoy a lot of these records!

Cositronico said...

Many thankx!!!! Fantastic 7"!!

Jaime said...

Muchas gracias. Tienes un blog increible. Con singles muy dificiles de encontrar.

Frank Miller said...

Glad you like it, thanks for the comment!

Marta said...

Thankx for this little gem!!

Tikismikis said...

I've liked this a lot, thank you for this fantastic single.

Frank Miller said...

Thanks for the comments, I think this single has a great Jam feel to it. I never picked up the Lp, anyone have it?? any good??

Glenn said...

Thanks for the kind comments about the record I recorded "when I was young" (I was 20 at the time). The SEEN reunited and recorded a new album in 2009-2010 called "Three Days In June," which I think came out quite well. You can contact us via our FB page if you'd like to get a copy! -- Glenn Sadin

Frank Miller said...

Thanks for the info Glen, I'm glad you like the Post.

Glenn said...

BTW, Jeff Edmunds wasn't in the Berkeley Squires with me - that was Jeff Jacks! :)
And the SEEN 45 was recorded in August 1984 and not released until early '86.

Frank Miller said...

Thanks for the info Glen, any chance you have any of the Berkeley Squires EP's left for sale?

Glenn said...

Sure, send me an email and I can burn you a copy of the Berkeley Squires stuff. gsadin (at) rcn.com

Popville said...

I can attest to the greatness of the Berkeley Squires (hi Glenn). And I vaguely remember another group Glenn was involved with, tho maybe I'm confusing that with Ron Silva's Black Diamonds (post Nashville Ramblers). Also, Doug Edmunds powerpop band The Gladhands should have broken with the La Di Da album.

Frank Miller said...

Do you have the Berkeley Squires record? Glen never sent it to me. I really wanted to hear it.