There's something timeless about Lindsey Buckingham's musical vision. Much of this has to do with his finger-picking and voice; neither has aged all that much since he joined Fleetwood Mac back in the mid '70s. Recorded and released by the man himself, the thoroughly enjoyable Seeds We Sow feels particularly youthful. Numerous tracks, including "That's the Way Love Goes" and "End of Time," don't sound too different from much of what passes for modern indie pop. He closes out the record with a nice rendition of "She Smiled Sweetly," a deep track from The Rolling Stones' Between the Buttons.