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Good S&C record late in their careers

This particular record is one of the more musically diverse records in terms of S&C. You're the Love and Breaking In a Brand New Love have a more 70's pop feel to them while Midnight Blue is a more bluesy track and Magnolia Moon features mostly vocals over the electric piano. A Tribute to 'Abdu'l-Baha' is a throwback to the old spiritual S&C while Forever Like the Rose is more of a harmony driven ballad. Overall a good record in terms of the difference in the musical styles on the record but much different than their earlier releases.

Lost song

"you're the love" is a lost song haven't heard in years im glad its here thank you.

Good pop music from Seals and Crofts

I remember as a kid listening to the first side of the vinyl album of this and being surprised that I really liked it! Good pop music with differernt sounds. As one other reviewer said it was very diverse. "Takin' it Easy and "Sunrise" stand out in my mind as my favorites. Oddly I remember not liking the second side too much. Well, I've downloaded it so now it is time to give it a listen after 20 years or so!!!


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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