- Performer:Joe South
- Title:A Look Inside/So the Seeds Are Growing
- Style:AM Pop,Contemporary Pop/Rock
- Date of release:May 4, 2010
- Size FLAC version1540 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1973 megabytes
- Size WMA version1176 megabytes
- Formats:VOX AU FLAC ASF MP4 APE
South's final recording, "Oprah Cried", was made in 2009 and released as a bonus track on the re-release of the albums So the Seeds are Growing and A Look Inside on one CD. Death. South died at his home in Buford, Georgia, northeast of Atlanta, on September 5, 2012, of heart failure. He was 72. South and second wife Jan Tant, who died in 1999, are buried in Mount Harmony Memorial Gardens Cemetery, in Mableton (Cobb County), Georgia. - - MGM. So the Seeds Are Growing. The Best of Joe South.
So the seeds that you once planted now are growin' And you're not so sure you like the fruit you taste Well, it's never too late to change. And there's a whole world to rearrange But I don't believe we have much time to waste I have heard you Cryin' out for freedom but the world won't hear It keeps rollin' on Makin' you a slave to everything you fear Too many voices, not enough ears Too little love, too many fears Leavin' you with chains around your. More lyrics from the album. 02. No Fence Around Me.
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Seeds function is to grow. Cannabis seeds have a hard shell. To see if they will germinate, dampen a couple of paper towels, put the seeds inside the towels and place this in a baggie and put it in a window where it can get some warmth . Your germinated seeds in small pots can remain in large baggies in your window until they are too big for the bag. Carefully repot in a large pot or a 5 gallon plastic bucket, a common pot plant container. Drill holes in the bottom of the plastic bucket put coarse gravel about 5″ deep in the bottom and use a quality potting soil (Black magic is traditional). As soon as the seed pops and the taproot appears, the plant can finally be put in the growing medium. The seed’s stems will grow upwards while the taproot drives down. Once the roots start to develop, the first leaves will begin to grow, and it’s at this point that the plant becomes a seedling.
Growing seeds indoors isn't hard, yet keeping them alive can be challenging. You can save a lot of money by growing seeds, but only if they live. Even a South facing window usually won't do. You can, however, use artificial light; either get some grow lights developed specifically for plants or for a more economical solution, get some large fluorescent shop lights and put in one warm bulb and one cool. Hang the lights from chains so that you can raise them as your seedlings grow. Keep the lights as close to the seedlings as possible without touching (2 to 3 inches). Seeds are finicky when it comes to how deep they like to be planted. Some seeds need complete darkness to germinate, and some like some light. This information is usually on the seed packet.
More importantly, you get to guide the plant through a whole life cycle, potentially establishing an addition to your garden that will last for years. Vegetable or flower seeds are good choices for first time growers. Plants that thrive in heat need a later seeding date (mid- or late spring), so the weather is warm when the plants are ready to go outside . Figure out why tree seeds are not growing. Many tree seeds, including seeds taken from oranges or apples, need special treatment to trigger germination. Following the exact instructions for your species will provide best results.
Almost always there will also be a sufficient food supply to propel the growth of the new plant when conditions are favourable. This food supply allows the development of the first roots and shoots. A. xception is some Orchids which do not have any food supply, and wait for a fungus to invade, whereupon they rely on the fungus to supply the nutrients for growth. Inside the tightly closed bud are the seeds and when the cone opens the seed fall out to the ground where squirrels and birds feed on them. It is not unusual for squirrells to chew off the new cones before they open an. hew them open to get the seeds out. A few seed may be left and become a sprout of a new tree.
What Do the Seeds Look Like? You might be tempted to jump right in and start growing your new seeds. Not so fast though, you’ve got to pick the right seeds. Take a look at your seed and make sure it’s the right color. It should be brown and entirely whole, not split apart or otherwise damaged. If it’s green or yellowish, that means the seed had only just begun to grow before it was harvested, making it little more useful than the rest of the bud for growing plants.
Growing from seeds is particularly important because you have the advantage of selecting the strongest seedlings, and there is always that chance of creating something new. But first, let’s look at the practicalitie. ecause only species ‘come true’ from seed, a plant grown from seeds gathered from your favourite apple cultivar is unlikely to have exactly the same characteristics as its parent. This is because seed-grown plants are almost always genetically different from their parents, but why is this the case? Well, most fruit bearing trees require cross-pollination to produce a crop. This is because the fast-growing taproots on larger seeds can easily get broken when transplanting. Be careful that the seeds are planted at the recommend soil depth. Most seeds should be planted just below the soil surface, at no more than twice their thickness.
CreditsDavid Axelrod - Arranger
Warren Barnett - Mastering
Phil Benton - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric)
Mars Bonfire - Composer
Auburn Burrell - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Steel)
Louise Cook - Design, Layout
Jim Ellis - Arranger, Keyboards, Vocals (Background)
Fame Gang - Horn Arrangements, String Arrangements
Eddie Farrell - Guitar
John Fristoe - Guitar
David Gates - Composer
Henry Glover - Composer
Benny Goss - Harmonica
Bernie Howitt - Liner Notes
Jefferson Lee - Producer
Ian McFarlane - Release Preparation
Sidney Miller Jr. - Executive Producer
Kevin Mueller - Release Preparation
John Mulkey - Bass, Vocals (Background)
Pee Wee Parks - Guitar
Don Randi - Composer
D.J. Rogers - Choir Arrangement
Brian Ross - Moog Synthesizer
Tucker Sciple - Primary Artist
Peter Shillito - Release Preparation
Barbara Smith - Keyboards, Piano
Joe South - Arranger, Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Tommy South - Drums
Ted Stovall - Horn Arrangements, String Arrangements
Kim Venable - Drums
Maxine Willard - Vocals (Background)
Joe Wilson - Slide Guitar
Roy Yeager - Drums, Vocals (Background)
|1||So the Seeds Are Growing Joe South||Joe South||3:43|
|2||No Fence Around Me Joe South||Joe South||2:16|
|3||I've Got to Be Somebody Joe South||Joe South||2:50|
|4||Revolution of Love Joe South||Joe South||4:01|
|5||United We Stand||Joe South||2:13|
|6||The Other Side of Life David Gates||Joe South||2:05|
|7||Drown in My Own Tears Henry Glover||Joe South||2:58|
|8||Lady Moon Walker Mars Bonfire||Joe South||2:52|
|9||Rolling On Joe South||Joe South||2:15|
|10||Motherless Children Joe South||Joe South||3:48|
|11||Coming Down All Alone Joe South||Joe South||4:15|
|12||Imitation of Living Joe South||Joe South||2:54|
|13||It Hurts Me Too Joe South||Joe South||3:21|
|14||Real Thing Joe South||Joe South||3:06|
|15||One Man Band Joe South||Joe South||3:10|
|16||Misunderstanding Joe South||Joe South||4:03|
|17||Misfit Joe South||Joe South||3:32|
|18||Save Your Best Joe South||Joe South||3:02|
|19||I'm a Star Joe South||Joe South||3:09|
|20||All Nite Lover, All Day Friend Joe South||Joe South||3:16|
|21||Why Does a Man Do What He Has to Do Don Randi||Joe South||3:26|
|22||Be a Believer Joe South||Joe South||3:05|
|23||Riverdog Joe South||Joe South||2:49|
|24||Oprah Cried Joe South||Joe South||4:53|