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Hall & Oates: H2O (RCA)

Review by Leyla Sanai, New Musical Express, September 1982

DARYL HALL and John Oates are potentially a formidable partnership. 'I Can't Go For That' was the slickest snappiest ditty the wrong side of the ...

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Nutritious Music: Daryl Hall & John Oates

Report and Interview by Jim Esposito, Zoo World, February 1973

DARYL HALL, one half of Whole Oats, decided that Philadelphia can lay claim to one of the most innocuous music scenes in the entire country. ...

Hall & Oates: War Babies

Review by Max Bell, New Musical Express, November 1974

DARYL HALL and John Oates are acquiring something of a cult following in this country. ...

Hall & Oates: War Babies

Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, March 1975

AFTER RECORDING Abandoned Luncheonette, an often ingenious merger of white acoustic pop and Philly soul, Philadelphians Hall & Oates disavowed that style, switched producers (from ...

Hall & Oates: Daryl Hall and John Oates

Review by Ben Edmonds, Rolling Stone, October 1975

After three albums Daryl Hall and John Oates finally have a clear-cut style. This is Hall & Oates's Wild Honey: lean, basic and more concerned ...

Hall & Oates: White Hopes On Funk

Live Review by Vivien Goldman, Sounds, May 1976

Hall & Oates: Fairfield Hall, Croydon ...

Hall and Oates: New Victoria Theatre, London

Live Review by Chris Welch, Melody Maker, June 1976

IT WAS ONE of those historic, electrifying events that punctuate the cavalcade of rock, one of those nights that fans will long recall..."Do you remember ...

Hall & Oates: A Mutant Romance

Interview by Ian Birch, Sounds, June 1976

Daryl Hall & John Oates – boy, if you think Dave Bowie had the Philly Soul enigma variations bag sown up with 'TVC 15' you're ...

Hall and Oates: A Bigger Splash

Profile and Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, November 1976

JOHN OATES: 'I find the audiences in Europe more intelligent and receptive – music in Europe and England still retains its mystique and excitement.' ...

Hall and Oates: The Palladium, NYC

Live Review by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, December 1976

NEW YORK: Like it or not, Hall and Oates are currently running the distinct risk of becoming just too perfect for their own good. At ...

Daryl Hall and John Oates: No Goodbyes (Atlantic) **

Review by Chas de Whalley, Sounds, March 1977

ATLANTIC RECORDS attempt to cash in on the current Hall and Oates boom with a compilation of some of the best tracks from the Philadelphian ...

Hall & Oates: Confessions Of An Odd Couple

Interview by Jaan Uhelszki, Creem, August 1977

THE PHONE RANG and an unfamiliar voice said: "Is this Jaan Uhelszki?" Assuming that the caller was a bill collector or someone of like obnoxiousness, ...

Hall & Oates: Beauty On A Back Street

Review by Chas de Whalley, Sounds, September 1977

THE ACCEPTABLE face of disco music? ...

Magic: Hall & Oates' Wizardry

Interview by Don Snowden, Crawdaddy!, October 1977

LOS ANGELES – "I think I would have been either Gary Gilmore or a musician," Daryl Hall maintains in deadly earnest, nonchalantly flicking an ash ...

Hall & Oates: Back Together Again

Interview by Wesley Strick, Circus, October 1977

Hall & Oates Abandon Philly Soul ID, Adopt Heavy Metal Stance ...

Hall & Oates: Outre in Dayton, Ohio

Interview by Vivien Goldman, Sounds, November 1977

I'M SICK! I'm twisted! I'm bent! I'm writing a story about Daryl Hall & John Oates!There's one good thing about devoting your energy to writing ...

Daryl Hall & John Oates: Private Eyes (RCA)

Review by Richard Riegel, Creem, December 1981

I GOTTA HAND it to these guys. Just a few years back, if the merest snatch of any of their biggies – 'She's Gone' was ...

Hall & Oates: Laugh All The Way To The Synth Bank

Report and Interview by Susan Whitall, Creem, June 1982

"Now no one will be able to accuse us of being fags that sing like the Spinners."Daryl Hall, to Jaan Uhelszki, August 1977. ...

Hall & Oates: Bedroom Politics — the Acceptable Sound of Young America

Interview by Richard Cook, New Musical Express, November 1982

THEY DON'T get up when I come in, but then despite their slight physical stature Daryl Hall and John Oates are big men now. After ...

Hall & Oates

Interview by Roy Trakin, Creem, April 1985

"NOW REMEMBER," the harried veteran publicist briefs me as I perch on the jump seat of the chauffeur-driven limousine cruising groovily over the 59th Street ...

Daryl Hall: I Gotta Be Me!

Interview by Deborah Frost, Creem, January 1987

...Sez Ex Philly Teen Oddball ...

The Voice Of Young America

Interview by Andy Gill, New Musical Express, March 1995

Daryl Hall is the sweet soul voice in the Hall & Oates duo, whose "black-white" music has made them America's hit single champs of the ...

Hall & Oates: Marigold Sky

Review by Paul Lester, Uncut, January 1998

The rock'n'soul duo return with their first album for seven years ...

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