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John Ford Coley

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Just Tell Me You Love Me (HKG291100420) 3:36 I'd Really Love to See You Tonight 3:23 Simone 3:14 It's Sad to Belong 3:38 Longer 3:22 Sometimes When We Touch 4:01 Leader of the Band 4:37 Not for Me 3:35 Where Do I Go from Here 3:14 Soldier in the Rain 5:22 We'll Never Have to Say Goodbye Again 3:34 What Can I Do With this Broken Heart 3:07 Love is the Answer 4:53
  • John Ford Coley - vocals, guitar
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Nr kat.: EVSA109
Label  : Evosound

John Ford Coley was born John Edward Colley in Dallas, Texas. He grew up listening to the Grand Ole Opry, early rock and roll, singing church hymns and was trained as a classical pianist. At 16, while at W.W. Samuell High School in Dallas, John along with fellow schoolmate Dan Seals joined the group "Theze Few" which later became "The Southwest FOB" (Freight On Board) and toured the Texas music scene where they had one hit "The Smell of Incense" that in 1969 rose to number 43 on the charts. This band played on the bill with such acts as Led Zeppelin and others. While in the band, Seals and Coley began their own acoustic act: Colley and Wayland. The act was renamed England Dan & John Ford Coley, and the duo was signed by A&M Records. In 1971, the two moved to Los Angeles where they opened for numerous bands.[1] Their first break came in 1972 with the song "Simone". It became a number one hit in Japan and was quite popular in France. However, "Simone" did not fare as well in the United States, and the two were released from their contract with A&M after three albums.