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Obviously the writer of the first review didn't know what he or she was talking about. This IS Seals & Crofts (along with their two daughters) 30 years later. It is a fine album making this a must buy for any Seals & Crofts fan out there. Anonymous writer above, you should do your homework next time and not be so ignorant. Enjoy the album everyone! :)

Unborn Child

I like this album, as it adds to what was produced so many years ago. But as most S&C fans know, S&C don't get old albums put out on CD because they were so bold as to sing out for the truth about the unborn. Someday, maybe we'll get a re-release of their greatest and most politically correct album, Unborn Child. Whatever happens, the history of this great duo's recordings demonstrates that the music industry is about being pc, not about the revolution of truth it claimed rock and roll to be about.


I can't believe I can't get the original version of Get Closer. Why isn't this song on their Greatest Hits CD??!! I'd like to thank the first critic about the warning. I'm not saying the Traces version is crap but it's not what I'm looking for, at least give me the choice between the 2.


Formed: 1969 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

One of the most successful soft rock acts of the 1970s, the duo of Jim Seals and Dash Crofts met while playing with singer Dean Beard in 1958. That year, Beard was invited to join the Champs (of "Tequila" fame), and Seals and Crofts tagged along, remaining with the group until 1965. The two then bounced from the Mushrooms to the Dawnbreakers before deciding to strike out on their own as a duo in 1969. Seals played guitar, saxophone, and fiddle, while Crofts handled drums, mandolin, keyboards, and...
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