I remember purchasing the Unborn Child album when it came out.
posted on 01/19/2019 10:37:27 AM PST
(Barack 0bama: Gone but not forgiven.)
Thanks for posting this. I had never heard this story before.
posted on 01/19/2019 10:42:32 AM PST
Saw them in a small theater in Charleston, South Carolina in 1975. Tom Rush was the opening act. Great times.
posted on 01/19/2019 10:43:14 AM PST
("There stands mother under the oleanders,open the windows." A dying cowboys last words,1879.)
Met them back in the 70s.
posted on 01/19/2019 10:44:39 AM PST
("A crack shot and a good dancer")
I was never a fan of their music, but this story impresses me.
posted on 01/19/2019 10:58:09 AM PST
("A man is not old until regrets take the place of dreams." - John Barrymore)
Most Bahi that I have met answered alter calls at Seals and Croft concerts. They are good people, but on their way to a dark place. Jesus is the true and living God. His word is the truth, and the only way to get to God. Bahaulla was a false prophet.
posted on 01/19/2019 11:24:54 AM PST
Never knew that. Good on them.
Saw them at a music festival at Plant Field in Tampa ('74?).
Started with folk/pop music in the morning (Seals and Crofts, ARS, Joe Cocker), ended with Black Oak Arkansas followed by Ten Years After at the end of the day. Some interesting contrast.
posted on 01/19/2019 11:38:10 AM PST
by Psalm 73
("I will now proceed to entangle the entire area".)
I had no idea.
Great amount of respect for them doing this.
posted on 01/19/2019 11:50:51 AM PST
(I don't want better government; I want much less of it.)
posted on 01/19/2019 12:05:11 PM PST
Wasnt Jim Seals the brother of England Dan (Seals) of England Dan and John Ford Coley fame?
posted on 01/19/2019 12:16:31 PM PST
('In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act'- George Orwell.)
posted on 01/19/2019 12:34:36 PM PST
To: SeekAndFind; All
I always liked "Diamond Girl", probably my fave from S&C. And "Summer Breeze" was alright too.
Our HS class (probably none too seriously) considered "We May Never Pass This Way Again" for our senior song.
Jim's brother Billboard book, S&C's "Darlin'" and ED&JFC's "I'd Really Love to See You Tonight" overlapped their top 40 runs in the summer of '76. I turned 15 that summer (between 9th and 10th grades) and remember them fondly.
Having My Baby had a controversial line in it the caused an uproar, too.
posted on 01/19/2019 2:35:01 PM PST
One of my favorite 70s bands. Hummingbird is stunningly beautiful.
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