England Dan Seals - Stones album FLAC
Danny Wayland Seals (February 8, 1948 – March 25, 2009) was an American musician. The younger brother of Seals and Crofts member Jim Seals, he first gained fame as "England Dan", one half of the soft rock duo England Dan & John Ford Coley, which charted nine pop singles between 1976 and 1980, including the No. 2 Billboard Hot 100 hit "I'd Really Love to See You Tonight".
Stones (Dig A Little Deeper). 3. Love Me Like The Last Time. 4. Getting To The Point. Australia & New Zealand.
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.
He kept the name England Dan for his album, Stones. Although no single charted on the chart, his first single ever as a solo artist Late at Night did peak at N. 7 on the US Hot 100. 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 radios demands while still keeping his signature soft sound. 7. San Antone (album) – San Antone is the fourth album released by Dan Seals. This album charted at on the Top Country Albums chart, the Singles, The Wild Side of Me, My Babys Got Good Timing, and My Old Yellow Car charted at and 9 respectively. This is his album for Liberty Records. One Friend was later re-recorded for his 1987 album The Best, from which it was released as a single. 8. Won't Be Blue Anymore – Wont Be Blue Anymore is the fifth studio album by country music artist Dan Seals.
Labels Wounded Bird Records. Music StyleSouthern Rock. Members owning this album0. 1. Stones (Dig a Little Deeper). 6. Holdin' out for Love. You Could've Been the One.
The Best is the first greatest hits compilation from country music artist Dan Seals. It features his highest charting songs from his previous four albums beginning with Rebel Heart (1983). The album has been certified platinum. Three Time Loser" (Dan Seals) - 3:04. God Must Be a Cowboy" (Seals) - 3:05.
Stones Album Cover Art. Dan Seals. Cover Art. Tracklist. 3 Love Me Like the Last Time. 4 Getting to the Point.
Dan Seals - Stones (1980/2018). John Ford Coley is long gone, except for a co-write on "When It's Over," but producer/engineer Kyle Lehning is still onboard, and the project sounds very much like an England Dan & John Ford Coley album, new and renewed, so the breakup was good for one of them, artistically anyway. This is more a pop album than country, and with Richie Zito, Steve Lukather, and Ray Parker, Jr. on guitars, you know it is going to swing more to the radio-friendly sound England Dan was synonymous with from his success with the duo.
|A1||Stones (Dig A Little Deeper)|
|A2||Late At Night|
|A3||Love Me Like The Last Time|
|A4||Getting To The Point|
|A5||How Do I Survive|
|B1||Holdin' Out For Love|
|B2||You Could've Been The One|
|B3||Take You Home|
|B4||When It's Over|
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|SD 19275||England Dan Seals*||Stones (LP, Album, Spe)||Atlantic||SD 19275||US||1980|
|WOU-9275||England Dan Seals*||Stones (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Wounded Bird Records||WOU-9275||US||2006|
|SD 19275||England Dan Seals*||Stones (LP, Album)||Atlantic||SD 19275||Australia & New Zealand||1980|
|AMCY-6044||England Dan Seals*||Stones (CD, Album)||Atlantic||AMCY-6044||Japan||1999|
|XSD 19275||England Dan Seals*||Stones (LP, Album)||Atlantic||XSD 19275||Canada||1980|