Redirected from Open All Night (Hall & Oates song)). H2O is the eleventh studio album by American pop music duo Hall & Oates. The album was released on October 4, 1982, by RCA Records. It featured three top 10 US singles, one being "Maneater", which was the biggest hit of their career, spending four weeks at on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The album title is a play on the chemical formula for water, where "H" is for Hall and "O" is for Oates.
Daryl Hall & John Oates. 2010 Digitally Remastered. Do What You Want, Be What You Are: The Music of Daryl Hall & John Oates. Daryl Hall & John Oates. Private Eyes: The Best Of Hall & Oates. Talking All Night EP. Late Night Tales: Music For Pleasure.
Voices is the ninth studio album by American pop music duo Hall & Oates. The album was released on July 29, 1980, by RCA Records
Hall & Oates were reportedly unhappy with the rougher rock touches applied to their sixth album. The only single released from the LP made it to No. 73 at the end of 1977. From: 'Along the Red Ledge' (1978). Most of 1978's 'Along the Red Ledge' pushed for a more pop sound (see No. 9 on our list of the Top 10 Hall & Oates Songs of the '70s). The album's opening track, "It's a Laugh," nods to the duo's soul roots, complete with searing saxophone and call-and-response backing vocals . Hall & Oates' last album of the '70s - and the final one before 'Voices' launched their '80s streak with four Top 30 hits, including the No. 1 "Kiss on My List" - sums up the decade, and their first eight albums, with an occasionally uneasy mix of rock, pop and soul. Wait for Me," though, gets it exactly right.
This article includes the discography of American duo Daryl Hall & John Oates. In the US the band has sold a certified 13 million albums and 6 million singles. US chart positions: Billboard 200; UK chart positions: UK Albums Chart. Daryl Hall interview by Pete Lewis, 'Blues & Soul' July 2008.
Hall & Oates - a moniker that never appeared on any of the duo’s official albums - spent the 70s stumbling, piling up false starts and experiments alongside hits, which certainly did arrive. Big ones, in fact: She’s Gone, Rich Girl and Sara Smile, all cornerstones of their legacy, a trio of tunes that confirm Daryl Hall and John Oates’ position as one of the great blue-eyed soul groups. Ambivalent Oates may be, yet War Babies is one of the duo’s best albums and the record where they truly started to integrate rock and art into their sound, to start to expand upon the idea of what they could achieve. Rundgren encouraged them to explore: Up until that particular record, he recalled, they had always thought of their harmonies in terms of the two of them, like the Righteous Brothers. Focus finally arrived on X-Static, Daryl Hall & John Oates’ last album of the 1970s.
Hall and Oates’ first album, Whole Oates, appeared in September 1972. It was folky, and it wasn’t popular. Next was Abandoned Luncheonette, a blend of Philly and Motown R&B. The album was critically acclaimed, and the song She’s Gone, written about Hall’s divorce from Bryna Lublin, was a mild hit for Hall and Oates, and a Number One hit for the group Tavares. That was our first test right there, Oates says. And now Arthur is seen as sort of the English Jesus. I identify with that. The image of him holding the last candle of civilization against the barbarian hordes. I view everyone else but me as the barbarian hordes.
Hall & Oates lyrics - 205 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Rich Girl", "She's Gone", "You Make My Dreams". album: "Daryl Hall & John Oates" (1975). Camellia Sara Smile Alone Too Long Out Of Me, Out Of You Nothing At All Gino (The Manager) It Doesn't Matter Anymore Ennui On The Mountain Grounds For Separation Soldering. album: "Bigger Than Both Of Us" (1976). Back Together Again Rich Girl Crazy Eyes Do What You Want, Be What You Are Kerry London, Luck And Love Room To Breathe You'll Never Learn Falling. album: "Beauty On A Back Street" (1977). Don't Change Why Do Lovers Break Each Other's Hearts? You Must Be Good For Something The Emptyness Love.
|1-1b||Bacon Brothers Intro|
|1-2||Hall And Oates Intro|
|1-4||Out Of Touch|
|1-5||Say It Ain't So|
|1-6||Las Vegas Turnaround|
|2-1||I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)|
|2-3||You Make My Dreams|
|2-4||Expressway To Your Heart|
|2-6||Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time)|
- Bass Guitar – Zev Katz
- Drums – Michael Braun
- Guitar – John Oates, Tom "T-Bone" Wolk*
- Keyboards – Daryl Hall, Eliot Lewis
- Saxophone – Charlie DeChant
- Vocals – Daryl Hall, John Oates