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English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 Português (Brasil) Русский. England Dan & John Ford Coley. Perfil: US-american pop and soft rock duo.
England Dan & John Ford Coley were an American soft rock duo composed of Danny Wayland "England Dan" Seals and John Edward "John Ford" Coley, active throughout the 1970s. Native Texans, they are best known for their 1976 single, "I'd Really Love to See You Tonight", a No. 2 pop hit and No. 1 Adult Contemporary hit. After they disbanded, Seals began performing as Dan Seals and launched a country music career through the 1980s which produced 11 No. 1 country hits.
John Ford Coley was born John Edward Colley in Dallas, Texas. He grew up listening to the Grand Ole Opry, early rock and roll, singing church hymns and was trained as a classical pianist. Samuell High School in Dallas, John along with fellow schoolmate Dan Seals joined the group "Theze Few" which later became "The Southwest FOB" (Freight On Board) and toured the Texas music scene where they had one hit "The Smell of Incense" that in 1969 rose to number 43 on the charts. This band played on the bill with such acts as Led Zeppelin and others
Listen to music from England Dan & John Ford Coley like I'd Really Love To See You Tonight, Nights Are Forever Without You & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from England Dan & John Ford Coley. The seeds of one of classic rock's most pleasant sounding duos were sown when Dan Seals and John Colley first met in high school in Dallas, Texas during the early 1960s. Dan Seals was born February 8, 1950, in McCamey, Texas. To say that he came from a musical family would be an understatement.
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Finally, we've reached the end of England Dan & John Ford Coley's 70's discography! Let's listen to their final album of the decade called Dr. Heckle and Mr. Jive (heh, clever title!) Unfortunately the lyrics aren't related to the crazy mystery/horror of the famous novella written back in the late 1800's by Robert Louis Stevenson. Nah, England Dan & John Ford Coley just wanted to have some fun with the album title and probably play up the fact they were still writing soft rock despite disco being the popular thing, hence the jive part . I love ya honey! Really sleazy and nice guitar riff too. "I got a job on Friday night, they had me working til the morning light, I told my boss "You can plainly see, there are some people that just got to be free". Only a Matter of Time" opens with a pretty piano line.