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.