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  1. #1
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    Default Hall and Oates - The oddest video you will see all day...

    Tho i guess it depends on how much time you spend on the internet, or if you remember watching this when it originally aired....

    From the article here:

    to the 'tube!


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    geez..let's forget the video..(and their looks ;) )..the song is immortal!

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    Love this song, love this album - Abandoned Luncheonette - one of the very first if not the first bit of music I remember buying - on Cassette. At the Tower Records on Watt Avenue in Sacramento California. I had a few bucks in my pocket, took the bus from North Highlands California to spend the day browsing Tower of Records and Tower of Books. Classic stuff.

    Track Listing
    1. When The Morning Comes
    2. Had I Known You Better Then
    3. Las Vegas Turnaround (The Stewardess Song)
    4. She's Gone
    5. I'm Just A Kid (Don't Make Me Feel Like A Man)
    6. Abandoned Luncheonette
    7. Lady Rain
    8. Laughing Boy
    9. Everytime I Look At You

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    If you haven't' already....

    Check out

    Darryl Hall moved two houses to a farm in Connecticut and joined them by a two story studio. He invites friends to perform together and they record it (5 camera shoot, HD). It's raw, hip and extremely good entertainment. I highly recommend the Monte Montgomery episode. But they're all great. The early ones are very cool because they were just getting their feet wet.

    Oh, and it's free! Even the old episodes. He's been doing it monthly for about 3 years. He just struck a TV deal.

    As an aside, John Oates is a good friend of Pete Huttlinger. They met at Clapton's Crossroads festival. Oates played the benefit concert for Pete in Nashville.
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    I saw them play recently in NJ at a really old theatre. They were pretty good, and they played this song! They played for about 90 minutes and every song was a former hit. I don't know for sure but I doubt that even the beatles had as many hit songs.
    Last edited by richb2; 04-28-2012 at 07:13 PM.
    now trying to break 1900.

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