|1||A Lot Of Changes Comin'||3:18|
|2||Dry In The Sun||2:40|
|3||I'll Be By||3:06|
|5||Fall In Philadelphia||2:45|
|6||They Needed Each Other||3:43|
|8||Back In Love Again||2:30|
|9||Past Times Behind||3:01|
|10||Deep River Blues||2:41|
|11||Goodnight And Good Morning||2:42|
|12||In Honor Of A Lady||2:24|
|14||Months, Weeks, Days||2:21|
|15||If That's What Makes You Happy||2:44|
|HADCD107||Hall & Oates*||The Early Years (CD, Comp)||Javelin Records||HADCD107||UK||1994|
|LECD 084||Daryl Hall & John Oates||Hall & Oates Legends (CD, Album, Comp)||Wisepack Ltd., Legends||LECD 084||UK||1994|
|CRANCH 11||Daryl Hall And John Oates*||Backtracks (CD, Comp)||Ranch Life||CRANCH 11||UK||1999|
|8344||Daryl Hall & John Oates||Past Times Behind (CD, Comp)||Master Tone Multimedia||8344||US||1998|
|PC11009||Daryl Hall & John Oates||Hall & Oates (CD, Comp)||Prominent Media||PC11009||Australia||Unknown|
Daryl Hall & John Oates is the self-titled fourth studio album by American pop music duo Hall & Oates. The album was released on August 18, 1975, by RCA Records. It is sometimes referred to as The Silver Album because of its metallic glam rock style cover. The cover was made by Pierre LaRoche, the same artist who created Ziggy Stardust for the rock-singer David Bowie.
Daryl Hall and John Oates, often referred to as Hall & Oates, are an American pop rock duo. Daryl Hall is generally the lead vocalist; John Oates primarily plays electric guitar and provides backing vocals. The two write most of the songs they perform, separately or in collaboration. They achieved their greatest fame from the late 1970s to the mid-1980s with a fusion of rock and roll and rhythm and blues.
Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Daryl Hall & John Oates. The album Whole Oates was followed by the staggering and quiet progressive release Abandoned Luncheonette, an album that sincerely captivated me with its easygoing shrewdness and light handed swagger, where I sat poised for more of this, though that more never materialized, as the duo began going sideways for some reason, as if in their short lived career, they’d run out of.
On their self-titled 1975 album, Hall & Oates proved themselves to be smooth soul-pop operators, scoring their first Top 10 hit with the smoldering, R&B-tinged Sara Smile. But the band showed their range as well, delivering hand-drum-laced groovers like Alone Too Long and synth-streaked character studies like Gino (The Manager), adding up to an album that laid the groundwork for the duo’s world-dominating reign over pop music. On their self-titled 1975 album, Hall & Oates proved themselves to be smooth soul-pop operators, scoring their first Top 10 hit with the smoldering, R&B-tinged Sara Smile.
Слушайте и скачивайте daryl hall and john oates на Хотплеере в mp. Daryl Hall and John Oates - You Make My Dreams (OST (500) Days of Summer) 03:05. Daryl Hall And John Oates - Smile 03:10. Daryl Hall And John Oates - Method Of Modern Love 05:32. Maneater - Daryl Hall and John Oates 04:32. Daryl Hall and John Oates - Maneater 04:35. Daryl Hall and John Oates - Private Eyes (Mystro Dance Mix) 05:42. Daryl Hall and John Oates - Private Eyes 03:29. Daryl Hall and John Oates - Maneater 04:20. Daryl Hall and John Oates - 08 - Sara Smile 03:10. Daryl Hall and John Oates - Kiss on My List 04:27. Daryl Hall and John Oates - Out of Touch 04:23.
Producers: Daryl Hall, John Oates. Highlights: Kiss On My List, You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’, You Make My Dreams, Everytime You Go Away, How Does It Feel to Be Back. Producers: Daryl Hall, John Oates, Neil Kernon. Highlights: Private Eyes, I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do), Did It in a Minute, Looking for a Good Sign. Highlights: Maneater, One on One, Family Man, Art of Heartbreak. Rock ‘n Soul Part 1 (1983).
Switching to RCA, Hall & Oates recorded a self-titled album that fulfilled their early promise as pop-savvy blue-eyed soul craftsmen. A few of the tracks fall flat - including the reggae-tinged "Soldering" and the pompous "Ennui on the Mountain" - but much of the album is lush and catchy, featuring ballads and midtempo numbers that are nearly as engaging as the duo's breakthrough single, "Sara Smile.
Daryl Hall & John Oates is the self-titled fourth album by Hall & Oates, released in 1975. This is sometimes labeled The Silver Album because of its metallic glam rock style cover. In 2000 Buddah Records re-released the album with two bonus tracks ("What's Important to Me" and "Ice"). Grounds For Separation", according to Daryl Hall, was going to be used in the Sylvester Stallone movie Rocky.