July 6, 2012 – 4:33 am

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On TV 1973, 1976 [no label, 2CD]

Excellent soundboard - audio extracted from TV broadcasts.

Soft rock anyone?

Seals And Crofts (Jim Seals and Dash Crofts), like the group America in the ’70s, were noted for their harmonies and memorable hits such as Summer Breeze, Diamond Girl, I’ll Play For You, Get Closer and We May Never Pass This Way (Again).

Here is a chance to re-live those memorable TV moments again.

Thanks to Ernie Clark for sharing these tracks.

Click on the highlighted tracks to download the MP3s (224 kbps). As far as we can ascertain, these tracks have never been officially released on CD.

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Disc 1
Warner Bros Studios Live 1973
Track 101. Intro/Summer Breeze (8.2MB)
Track 102. Eighth Of January (instrumental) (4.6MB)
Track 103. Hummingbird (9.0MB)
Track 104. I Threw My Drink Across The Law (Martin Mull) (6.3MB)
Track 105. Dueling Tubas (Martin Mull) (3.2MB)
Track 106. Hummingbird (show closer) (1.8MB)
Bassist Bobby Lichtig also played on the Seals & Crofts set.

Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert 1973 (November 16, 1973)
Track 107. We May Never Pass This Way (Again) (6.6MB)
Track 108. audience (756k)
Track 109. Summer Breeze (5.9MB)
Track 110. Standin’ On The Mountain Top (5.1MB)
Track 111. Hummingbird (10.3MB)
Track 112. Ruby Jean And Bille Lee (7.6MB)
Track 113. Paper Airplanes (4.0MB)
Track 114. Diamond Girl (6.6MB)
Track 115. Unborn Child (7.6MB)
Track 116. talk (803k)
Track 117. instrumental (3.4MB)

Disc 2
Seals And Crofts Play For You TV Special (Greek Theatre, 1976)
Track 201. Summer Breeze (6.0MB)
Track 202. We May Never Pass This Way (Again) (7.8MB)
Track 203. Diamond Girl (6.4MB)
Track 204. Million Dollar Horse (5.7MB)
Track 205. Goodbye Old Buddies (4.3MB)
Track 206. instrumental/talk (11.4MB)
Track 207. Baby Blue (5.9MB)
Track 208. Hummingbird (8.1MB)
Track 209. Advance Guards (6.3MB)
Track 210. audience participation/fiddle instrumental (5.5MB)
Track 211. talk (2.6MB)
Track 212. fiddle instrumental (4.9MB)
Track 213. I Play For You (fade out/cut off) (1.0MB)

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  1. 26 Responses to “SEALS AND CROFTS - ON TV 1973, 1976”

  2. Thanks for the Seals & Crofts shows. Under appreciated intelligent music.

    By manofamillionchords on Jul 6, 2012

  3. wow I got my 1st BJ listening to these guys i was a high school freshman and she was in the 7th grade we have been married for 35 years thanks for the memory’s

    By Bootleg - Steve Yeaton on Jul 6, 2012

  4. Are you sure it wasn’t while you were listening to track 105?

    By manofamillionchords on Jul 6, 2012

  5. too much info there bootleg steve, most of us were only 12 years old in grade 7.

    By inspector fuzz on Jul 6, 2012

  6. Other than Steve Yeaton needing to share a jail cell with Jerry Sandusky, great call by bigo from an under-appreciated 70s duo. And believe it or not, Warner Brothers (who released their original albums) still has no comprehensive, remastered version of their greatest hits on the market. (They had hits through about 1979 with songs like “Get Closer” and their sweet disco take, “You’re The Love.”

    By Tony on Jul 6, 2012

  7. You da man, Steve!

    By Jerry Lee on Jul 6, 2012

  8. Needing to share a jail cell with Jerry Sandusky seems harsh after all I was doing it with a young girl she was 14 and I was 15 it seems far from raping a young boy. for all you know she could have been taking advantage of poor me. On another not great stuff is always here to down load.

    By Bootleg - Steve Yeaton on Jul 6, 2012

  9. thanks, big-O! a nice change up!


    By I-) on Jul 6, 2012

  10. Great post on the band. And Steve….you’re just fine. Congrats to you and your wife for such a long and happy marriage. Lots of jealous opinionated f*cks on this site (pardon my french)

    By DanC on Jul 6, 2012

  11. im boning kate upton as u read this

    By barth on Jul 7, 2012

  12. if u were 15 in 9th grade why would she be 14 in 7th?

    By darth on Jul 7, 2012

  13. Because that’s how it might have worked out age-wise in that situation.

    By Mark on Jul 7, 2012

  14. Incredibly great share from bigO with this one.


    By JALtheImpaler on Jul 7, 2012

  15. Sent donation of $30 to bigO tonight. I hope that the site continues for many years. Thanks very much.

    By JALtheImpaler on Jul 7, 2012

  16. I bought Diamond Girl in 1973 while visiting the University of South Carolina. It was great. No apologies for liking it.

    By hfs radio fan on Jul 8, 2012

  17. I had a chance to see Seals and Crofts back in the summer of 1977 with my friends, Jeff, Barbara and Gina at Great Adventure in Jackson NJ. We had to pay for admission to the park and went on rides all day then saw the show in the evening at no additional charge. We got up real close to the stage and it was a blast. It’s hard to believe it’s been 35 years!

    By Tuna Fan on Jul 8, 2012

  18. I’m glad everyone is enjoying the Seals & Crofts stuff. It’s a shame this kind of music isn’t still around. A complete remastered greatest hits comp is long overdue on these guys!

    By Ernie Clark on Jul 8, 2012

  19. there is some interesting info at their wikipedia entry —

    and according to it there was a cd released in 04 of new material.

    By darth on Jul 8, 2012

  20. and for an almost 39min 10 song collection but not exactly remastered greatest hits from 37 years ago u can go to —
    better than nothing.

    By darth on Jul 8, 2012

  21. Darth -

    I’m using the chicken to measure it.

    By jarth on Jul 10, 2012

  22. I walked out of a Seals and Crofts concert at Nassau Coliseum after they did Unborn Child and lectured the crowd on their religion and morality. Hummingbird and Summer Breeze are nice but they should have kept the religion out of the show. Enough for me then and now.

    By Mike on Jul 13, 2012

  23. I saw Seals & Crofts at the first Cal Jam in 1974. At the time I was more interested in seeing the harder acts like ELP & Deep Purple than I was in seeing soft rock Seals & Crofts or the Eagles. But somewhere during Seals & Crofts set, after they where done with their Summer Breezes and such, they had morphed things into a rollicking hoedown and I looked across the sea of 200,000 people to see dust clouds rising as large groups started dancing & shit-kicking in an immense country mosh-pit. It was one of the highlights of that day.

    By sking on Jul 15, 2012

  24. Loved listening to this.thanks a lot guys.

    By britgirl on Feb 11, 2015

  25. SEALS AND CROFTS .Amazing musicians,singers,and songwriters.Why aren’t they in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ?

    By britgirl on Feb 11, 2015

  26. I actually have the video of this TV special.

    By Russ on Jun 19, 2016

  27. Can you repost Seals and crofts live on TV in 1973 with Marin Mull songs?
    Martin Pardys

    By Martin Pardys on May 2, 2018

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