1973 Barry McGuire – Seeds

Seeds is the seventh solo album by Barry McGuire, released in 1973.

Barry McGuire (born October 15, 1935) is an American singer-songwriter. He is known for the hit song “Eve of Destruction”, and later as a pioneering singer and songwriter of contemporary Christian music.

McGuire became a born-again Christian in 1971 after a brief encounter with evangelist Arthur Blessitt in October 1970. In 1973, he joined the Myrrh label and released the album Seeds. This album is also notable for the backing vocals provided by the family trio that would become known as the 2nd Chapter of Acts.


1  To Know Love (Jim Patton) 3:15
2  Last Days’ Waltz (Jim Patton) 3:18
3  Peace (Andy Davis, Dan Hart) 4:08
4  Enter in (Barry McGuire, Buck Herring, Tim Buttram) 5:44
5  David and goliath (Mike Deasy) 3:02
6  Lear Jets – Father’s Son (Barry McGuire, Steve Shubin) 6:19
7  Love Is (Barry McGuire, Tim Buttram) 3:56
8  Railroad Man (Barry McGuire, Jim Patton) 4:41
9  Use The Crosswalk (Annie Herring) 2:31
10  Shauna’s Song (Barry McGuire, Shauna Smurr) 4:10



BassJoe Osborn
DrumsDavid Kemper
DrumsJim Gordon
Guitar (solo)Mike Deasy
GuitarDean Parks
GuitarBen Benay
KeyboardsHoward McCrary
KeyboardsLarry Knechtel
KeyboardsMichael Omartian
HarpBen Benay
SaxJim Horn
SaxDon Menza
TromboneDick Hyde
TrumpetChuck Findley
TrumpetOllie Mitchell
Background Vocals2nd Chapter Of Acts

Liner Notes

Producer – Buck Herring
Arranged By (Horn, String) – Michael Omartian
Engineer – Buck Herring, Wally Duguid

Phonographic Copyright (p) – Word, Inc.
Recorded At – Sunwest Studios
Mixed At – Sunwest Studios
Pressed By – Research Craft