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Stones is the debut solo album released by Dan Seals after he parted ways from the duo England Dan & John Ford Coley to pursue a career in country music. It is his only album using the 'England Dan' moniker. Its singles "Late at Night", "Stones (Dig a Little Deeper)", and "Love Me Like the Last Time" failed to chart on the Country, although the 1st one was a minor pop hit, peaking at on the Hot 100. This album was finally released on CD in 2006 on the Wounded Bird label.
Late at Night" (Dan Seals, Rafe VanHoy) - 3:28. Love Me Like the Last Time" (Seals, VanHoy) - 3:52. Getting to the Point" (Peppi Castro) - 3:52. How Do I Survive" (Paul Bliss) - 3:50. Holdin' Out for Love" (Tom Snow, Cynthia Weil) - 3:40. You Could've Been the One" (John Batdorf, Sue Sheridan) - 3:07. Take You Home" (Seals, VanHoy) - 4:31. When It's Over" (John Ford Coley, Bob Gundry, Seals) - 2:49. Lullaby" (Dan Seals, Rafe Van Hoy) - 3:31.
Dan Seals - Everything That Glitters (live 1991). Dan Seals (England Dan) Interview in 1991. Dan Seals - - Rage - - On Live on Nashville Now - -1987. Although no single charted on the country chart, his first single ever as a solo artist "Late at Night" did peak at No. 57 on the US Hot 100. Otherwise, it was unsuccessful. His next album, Harbinger, was unsuccessful commercially. None of its singles charted, and he turned his attention to country music and adapted his style to fit country radio's demands while still keeping his signature soft sound.
Late At Night (7", Single).
Dan Seals, who as part of the duo England Dan and John Ford Coley sang the hit I’d Really Love to See You Tonight and other 1970s soft-rock touchstones, has died. He was 61. FOR THE RECORD: The obituary in Friday's main news section on Dan Seals, who was part of the soft-rock duo England Dan and John Ford Coley, failed to state that he died Wednesday. Their 1976 album "Nights Are Forever," which had a fuller sound, drew comparisons to the Eagles. The pop-rock duo also had Top 10 hits with the late 1970s singles "Nights Are Forever Without You," "We'll Never Have to Say Goodbye Again" and "Love Is the Answer. After Seals went solo in 1980, the singer-guitarist returned to his roots - and his given name - and eventually became a country star while staying true to his signature soft sound.
Dan Seals, who performed as England Dan in the folk-pop duo England Dan and John Ford Coley and later returned to his roots as a country singer and songwriter, died Wednesday at his daughter’s home in Nashville. The cause was complications of the treatment of mantle cell lymphoma, said Tony Gottlieb, his friend and manager. Mr. Seals’s first widespread success as a performer came with the smooth-voiced harmonies of England Dan and John Ford Coley. Their first single, I’d Really Love to See You Tonight, reached No. 2 on the pop charts in 1976.
Dan Seals initially pursued a career in Pop-Rock as England Dan Seals on Atlantic (which had bought up Big Tree Records), and managed to reach with "Late At Night" in August, 1980. It was around this time, however, that the Internal Revenue Service began an action against Seals which resulted in the seizure of virtually all of his assets. He re-emerged, still produced by Kyle Lehning, as Dan Seals and reinvented himself as a Country performer. Dan Seals died following treatment for mantle cell lymphoma on March 25th, 2009, at his daughter's Nashville home. John Ford Coley continued to lecture about Christianity, wrote a book about his musical journey called Back Stage Pass and continued to perform across America.
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