Seeds- Can’t Seem To Make You Mine 7”. Of the great garage punk bands of the 1960s, some were louder (the Sonics), some were angrier (the Music Machine), and some were trippier (the 13th Floor Elevators), but few seemed like a bad influence on so many levels as the Seeds. The Seeds had long hair, a gloriously lamentable fashion sense (at the time), an attitude that was at once petulant and lackadaisical, and music that sounded aggressive, horny, agitated, and stoned all at once.This is a reissue of the Seeds quintessential third 7” ‘Can’t Seem To Make You Mine’ originally released in 1967 on GNP Crescendo Records. The A side includes the title track recorded on April, 21, 1965 at Western Studios in Hollywood, CA and the B side ‘I Tell Myself’ was rerecorded on July 5, 1966 at Columbia Studios. This quality reissue includes the iconic original artwork that adorned the original pressing.