Music Review: Seals and Croft: Greatest Hits (1975)
This album is a compendium, so the music is not new to the album. However it includes hits from their nine previous albums. This album peaked at number 11 on the billboard charts. It included their first big hit was "Summer Breeze." The story telling in the song is excellent. Some of their songs include references to the Baha'i faith. This includes "Diamond Girl." I personally love "King of Nothing" and "Ruby Jean" (a tribute to their spouses.) "Diamond Girl" is also one of their most popular and sounds great. This set also includes "I'll Play for You" and "We May Never Pass this Way Again." The only song that was originally done is "When I Meet them" which had been previously recorded, but a different version.