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Hall and Oates Songs

Hall and Oates Songs

Hall and Oates Songs

There are about 200 songs spanning their career. But they’ll play them only three times. They’ve known this for over 40 years.

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Daryl Hall and John Oates Alphabetical Song List at Tunecaster

Cover songs by Daryl Hall And John Oates include 1980 number 4 song You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin', a 1965 number one song for The Righteous Brothers; 1985 number 18 live medley of number 6 The Way You Do The Things You Do and number 2 My Girl, performed with David Ruffin and Eddie Kendrick, members of The Temptations who made these songs famous; 2004 song I'll Be Around, a 1972 number 2 hit for >The Spinners; 2005 song Ooh Child, a 1970 number 5 hit for The 5 Stairsteps.

Hall & Oates' 10 Greatest Hit

“We had a lethal ability to experiment.” That sums up Hall & Oates’ history. Upon their more folk-driven 1972 debut Whole Oats throughout a 1970s stream, the Philadelphia-bred duo always found their way together during their formative years, threading through psych-rock grooves of 1974 Todd Rundgren-produced War Babies—Rundgren, a longtime friend and collaborator of the duo—or more disco inflections of Daryl Hall & John Oates in 1975, birthing the soulful ballad “Sara Smile,” the group’s first Top 10 hit, and into the pop experimentation of 1978 release Along the Red Ledge before Hall & Oates entered a new realm: the 1980s.

Top '80s Songs by American PThe Top 40 pop charts of the early '80s pretty much reserved a weekly spot or two for American pop duo Hall & Oates, and an examination of the pair's finest songs of the era quickly reveals why. A savvy and somewhat calculated but ultimately convincing blend of rock, pop, soul and dance music fueled the Hall & Oates engine with an impressive consistency, and '80s music listeners were the beneficiaries. Though some tunes struck some contemporary critics with a sense of novelty, the quality of the duo's songwriting has stood the test of time remarkably well. Check out this chronological look at 10 Hall & Oates '80s gems. (Source:op Duo Hall & Oates

John Oates Intervie

Here’s an excerpt of our interview with John Oates, who discusses his songwriting process with Daryl Hall, and how they wrote their classic hit songs, “She’s Gone” and “I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do).” 

 

 

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