I happened to listen to two of the England Dan and John Ford Coley tracks lately. I heard first time when I was a little boy. There was a cassette that my dad recorded way back in the 80s but I am not sure whether it's kept in the old store room or it's no longer there or what. With Youtube today, you can find those old tracks and those two, I was able to recognize by rhythm and its beats.
Sometime last month ago, John Ford Coley was in Gentng to perform, I recalled. But England Dan passed away in 2009 from what I read about. Between the two tracks that I heard way back, Nights are Forever was more straightforward and in my personal taste better than Love Is The Answer:
I know most Generation Y like myself don't really go much oldies and tend to more the new generation tracks. But I grew up listening to music from late 70s until todays but most I have in my music box were in the 90s. Maybe it's from my parents influence. They too listen to mostly 60s to the 90s as well. I was very sure that Bee Gees was one of their favorites as well.
The duo's tracks are mostly in the 70s and I recalled that these two tracks are performed first time in 1979, if I am not mistaken.
Nights Are Forever:
Love Is The Answer: