The Longest Road

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The Longest Road
Studio album by Seals and Crofts
Released July 1980
Genre Soft rock
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Louie Shelton
Seals and Crofts chronology
Takin' It Easy
(1978)
The Longest Road
(1980)
Traces
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars [1]

The Longest Road is the tenth studio album by Seals and Crofts, released in July 1980 by Warner Bros. Records. It was the final album the group released before being dropped by the label, and was their last studio album until 2004's Traces. It is also the only Seals and Crofts album with no writing credits for co-founder Dash Crofts.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Stars" (Jim Seals, Brian Whitcomb)
  2. "Try Your Love" (Seals, Whitcomb)
  3. "First Love" (Seals, Eddie Brown)
  4. "If and Any Day" (Michael Sembello, Marietta Waters)
  5. "Kite Dreams" (Seals, Louie Shelton, Whitcomb)
  6. "Egypt, Israel & America" (Seals)
  7. "The Longest Road" (Seals, Whitcomb)
  8. "I Keep Changing the Faces" (Seals, Whitcomb)
  9. "Silver Rails" (Seals, Whitcomb)
  10. "One Planet, One People, Please" (Seals)

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