I'll Play for You

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I'll Play For You
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Studio album by Seals and Crofts
Released March 1975
Genre Soft rock
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Louie Shelton
Seals and Crofts chronology
Unborn Child
(1974)
I'll Play For You
(1975)
Get Closer
(1976)

I'll Play For You is Seals & Crofts' seventh studio album. The title cut reached #18 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #4 on the Adult Contemporary charts in the summer of 1975. "Castles in the Sand" also charted, peaking at #21 AC.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by James Seals and Dash Crofts, except where noted.

  1. "I'll Play for You"
  2. "Golden Rainbow" (James Seals, Dash Crofts, Roger Johnson, Bobby Lichtig, Jim Varley)
  3. "Castles in the Sand"
  4. "Blue Bonnet Nation"
  5. "Ugly City"
  6. "Wayland the Rabbit"
  7. "Freaks Fret"
  8. "Truth Is But a Woman"
  9. "Fire and Vengeance"

Personnel[edit]

Musicians
  • Jim Seals – vocals (except on "Golden Rainbow"), guitar, banjo
  • Dash Crofts – vocals (except on "Wayland the Rabbit"), acoustic and electric mandolins, mandola on "Castles in the Sand"
  • Louie Shelton – guitar, banjo
  • Ovid Stevens – slide guitar
  • Jack Lenz – keyboards (including ARP synthesizer on "Fire and Vengeance"), flute on "I'll Play for You"
  • David Paich – keyboards
  • Wilton Felder – bass (except on "I'll Play for You" and "Castles in the Sand")
  • Mike Porcaro – bass on "I'll Play for You" and "Castles in the Sand"
  • Ed Greene – drums (except on "I'll Play for You" and "Golden Rainbow")
  • Jim Varley – drums on "I'll Play for You"
  • Jeff Porcaro – drums on "Golden Rainbow"
  • Antoine Dearborn – percussion
  • Gene Capriano, Bob Crosby, Jim Horn, Steve Leeds, and Henry Sigismonti – reeds
  • Larry Ford, Paul Hubinon, Ron King, and Bobby Shew – trumpet
  • Dick "Slyde" Hyde, John Leys, and Lew McCreary – trombone
Production
  • Louie Shelton – producer
  • Joe Bogan and Tom Knox – engineers
  • Marcus Joseph – 2nd engineer
  • Ivan Nagy – photography
  • Robert Lockart – art direction and design

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