While we await some call-backs, here's a light-rock lunchtime-out courtesy England Dan and John Ford Coley, who all but the longest of longtime locals always seem to forget were W.W. Samuell Spartans before launching the Southwest F.O.B., dig? Seals died in March 2009, 30 years after the duo cut this promo-only live album that surfaced today on the Big O Zine and contains most of the chart-toppers -- chief among them, of course, "I'd Really Love to See You Tonight" and "Nights Are Forever Without You," which still sounds like a modern-day country-pop hit.
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