Diamond Girl - Seals & Crofts

Diamond Girl

Seals & Crofts

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2005-02-08
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10
  • ℗ 1973 Warner Records Inc. Manufactured & Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Comp

Diamond Girl ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Diamond Girl Seals & Crofts 4:13
Ruby Jean and Billie Lee Seals & Crofts 4:09
Intone My Servant Seals & Crofts 3:04
We May Never Pass This Way (Ag Seals & Crofts 4:18
Nine Houses Seals & Crofts 7:01
Standin' On a Mountain Top Seals & Crofts 3:06
It's Gonna Come Down (On You) Seals & Crofts 4:41
Jessica Seals & Crofts 2:55
Dust On My Saddle Seals & Crofts 3:16
Wisdom Seals & Crofts 4:26


  • Diamond Girl Fantastic!

    By Rfireguy
    The memories this brings. It's how I feel when I look at my girlfriend. Greatest talent in the genres of love. True artists.
  • am I missing something?

    By bob bobblaw
    never did quite get this act, but to each their own . . . . . .
  • Diamond Girl Skips

    By Squiggy44
    around the 3:30 mark, buyer beware
  • Required Listening

    By Anonymous 57
    This album along with Summer Breeze should be required listening for anyone interested in the various musical themes of the 70's which represented a broad swath of musical tastes from rock and roll left over from the 60's to R&B, Motown, Disco (yipes) and softer folk artists like America, James Taylor, Jackson Browne, Eagles, and of course, Seals and Crofts who didn't enjoy quite the same commercial success but live on in the memories of everyone who lived through and especially went to high school in the 70's.
  • YES, Jazz!

    By THEONLYBestMusicExpert
    Diamond Girl and Wisdom were VERY jazzy cuts reminiscant of Steely Dan. The rest is good too!
  • Nine Houses

    By Shiidon
    Nine houses is one of my favorite songs of all. It represents the nine major religions in the World. The blending of East and West in the music and style helps to reinforce the theme of unity of all religion in the Baha'i Faith, the inspiration for many of their songs.
  • Great Jazz? S & C? Huh?

    By The aged one
    This was a great, classic soft rock album of the early 70s, but jazz? Sorry, S & C were not jazz.

    By thosro
    What a surprise to see this here! For years now, the only Seals & Crofts CD's in stores have been SUMMER BREEZE the GREATEST HITS collection, which repeats many of the tracks from SB. They were so popular in the 70's, but our collective cultural memory only retains up to a certain number of acts from any decade, and it seemed that Seals & Crofts were doomed to fall into the larger, forgotten group. This isn't as strong an album as SB, but it's darn good, and has some of their best individual songs. And driven by at least three big hits, I'm surprised it took this long to appear. Now- how about the rest of their catalogue?
  • Great Memories & Great Jazz

    By SyjPerilus
    I'm making my mom a CD of all her favorite songs growing up and She really loved this album. She loves the memories, the lyrics, the tunes,the jazz, everything about it!