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Hall & Oates is a well-liked music duet made up of Daryl Hall and John Oates. The act achieved its prominence in the late 70s and mid 80s. They specialized in a fusion of rock and roll and rhythm and blues styles which they dubbed Rock and Soul. They are best known for their six #1 hits on the Billboard Hot 100: Rich Girl, Kiss on My List, Private Eyes, I Can't Go for That (No Can Do), Maneater, and Out of Touch and many others.
They last reached the pop top 40 in 1990 and then gradually vanished, though they did not officially split. Instead, continued recording and touring with same success. Entirely, the duo charted 34 hit singles on the US Billboard Hot 100. Hall and Oates have seven RIAA platinum albums along with six RIAA gold albums.
A greatest hits anthology was released by BMG (2001). In 2003, Daryl Hall and John Oates were inducted into the Songwriter's Hall of Fame.
Daryl Hall first met John Oates at the Adelphi Ballroom in Philadelphia in 1967 while attending Temple University. At the time both were leading their own musical groupsthe Temptones (Hall) and the Masters (Oates). They were there for a band competition when gunfire rang out between two rival gangs, and in trying to escape, they ran to the same service elevator. Because of their similar musical tastes, they quickly became acquainted. It took them another two years to form a musical duo, and three years after that, they had signed to Atlantic Records and released their debut.
Early on in their recording careers, Hall and Oates had trouble classifying their sound, switching between R&B, soul, Folk rock, and pop music. None of their early albums - Whole Oats, Abandoned Luncheonette, and War Babies - were very successful, despite being produced by such big-name producers as Arif Mardin and Todd Rundgren.
Hall and Oates released the Marigold Sky album in 1997, which included an adult contemporary hit Promise Ain't Enough. They also released a VH1 Behind the Music Greatest Hits package shortly after appearing on the show in 2002.
At the same time, Hall and Sara Allen, broke off their romantic relationship after some three decades. Hall and Allen's friendship is still apparently strong; he has noted her help in the recovery from his 2005 attack of Lyme disease.
Daryl Hall and John Oates put out the Do It for Love album in 2003, including the #1 Adult Contemporary hit Do It for Love. They have also released the Hall and Oates Live DVD from an A&E Live by Request special. This album was the first album and first success for their newest joint venture, U-Watch Records.
Daryl Hall has also released a third and fourth solo album called Soul Alone (1993) and Can't Stop Dreaming (originally released in Japan 1996), and a live 2 CD solo album called Live in Philadelphia (2004).John Oates released his solo album titled Phunk Shui in 2002, and a live concert DVD.
Hall and Oates have also put out their first CD of (mostly) covers, Our Kind of Soul, in 2004. It includes some of their favorite R&B songs, such as I'll Be Around, Love TKO, I Can Dream About You, and more. Hall and Oates are still on the touring circuit, traveling as much as they did several years ago. Additionally, a DVD of live performances of the songs from Our Kind of Soul was released in November 2005.
Daryl & John also released a Christmas album, Home For Christmas on October 3rd, 2006, containing 2 holiday originals and covers and a version of It Came Upon A Midnight Clear, making Adult Contemporary hit.
Hall and Oates are also respected for their ability to cross style boundaries. To this day, I Can't Go for That (No Can Do) is one of the most-sampled songs by R&B and hip-hop groups over the last twenty-five years.
The song was sampled in a one time collaboration performance by John Mayer and Just Blaze called Alife.
Kanye West sampled the song Grounds for Separation twice -- once for Rhymefest for his song Fight with the Best and once for Jagged Edge for the remix of their song Let's Get Married.
The Private Eyes title track, with its beguiling hand-clap chorus, was the topic of a 2003 episode of the VH1 show I Love the 80's, with several artists remembering the single and the duo fondly. Another track from the album, the arena-rocker Head Above Water, has been used in TV advertisements for the New York Aquarium on Coney Island.
In 2004, a dance act called Uniting Nations sampled Hall and Oates hit Out of Touch. In 2005 G-Unit hip-hop artist Tony Yayo sampled Hall and Oates on the song Tattle Teller. Rap group Young Gunz of Roca-fella Records sampled Rich Girl for a song of the same name on their debut album.
They also made a cameo appearance on NBC's Will & Grace.
In the mid 80's, the duo's song One on One was used in NBA commercials.
Apart from sampled in commercials and songs by other artists, videos games also hold their soundtracks; Out of Touch was used for the soundtrack in the successful video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City In 2006 and Family Man was used for the soundtrack for its prequel, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories.
The song Rich Girl was played in an episode of television's cop series Hunter and also in an episode of the FX series The Shield.
R&B singer Amerie's song Take Control also features Hall & Oates classic single You Make My Dreams.Wyclef Jean sings part of Maneater in the song Dangerous by the Ying Yang Twins.
Checking out hall and oates fame, Cereal restaurant The Cereal Bowl has a menu item named Hal'n Oats?, which consists of Quaker oatmeal with maple syrup, raisins, dried cranberries, coconut, and walnuts.
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The stars will be shining down on one of soul music’s most popular duos when Hall & Oates bring their rollicking band to town for the Do What You Want, Be What You Are 2011 Tour. Fading away since 1990, the magical duo have reemerged with a string of greatest hits albums, and look to rekindle the flames with a new tour which has fans scrambling for Hall & Oates tickets. The veterans of six #1s & seven Platinum albums have a rich history to fall back upon, & it is that promise of a wonderful show that is keeping the fanfare alive.
Hall & Oates have excelled as soft rock specialists and perfected Philly soul on their records. Using strong hooks & melodies in their tracks, Hall & Oates have created a fusion of rock n’ roll & R&B that is both commercially viable & thunderously successful with the general public. Daryl Hall met John Oates on a chance meeting in Philadelphia’s Adelphi Ballroom in 1967, when both attended Temple University. The two were partaking in a battle of the bands when panic caused by nearby gunshots had them both fleeing to the same elevator where they ended up getting acquainted. They got together in university to perform R&B songs, but Oates’ transfer & Hall’s formation of the soft rock band Gulliver caused a split inside a year. After Gulliver hit the rocks, Hall worked as a session musician & backup vocalist before Oates’ return to Philadelphia in 1969. Hall & Oates formally came into being, and the folk-oriented songs they wrote were heavily altered in their work with big producers like Arif Mardin & Todd Rundgren after manager Tommy Mottola had clinched a contract with Atlantic Records. Whole Oats was their 1972 debut and it was followed by a few albums that showed the band lacked orientation of their sound direction at the start. Scoring a single modest hit with “She’s Gone”, they changed to RCA Records & their debut self-titled release with the label made waves. By 1977, Hall & Oates got its first #1 and was churning out pop & soul oriented albums regularly. 1980 saw their first huge success with Voices, whose musical direction was a drastic change from the earlier routine as Hall & Oates arranged, wrote & produced the album themselves & shut out other producers from influencing it. The next five years saw catchy numbers & chart-topping hits, & the albums sold really well, epitomized by the monumental H2O. With their extensive touring also culminating in a number of successful tours & collaborations, they ruled the American pop scene until 1990, when Hall’s breakup with his songwriting girlfriend after her sister’s death led to a lull. Hall & Oates kept touring & released a few albums, notably some greatest hits compilations, but never hit the heights again. They have recently begun recording with Philadelphia-based musicians.
The band’s popularity began in earnest with Daryll Hall & John Oates (1975) with the Top Ten ballad “Sara Smile”,& four Gold albums followed before “Rich Girl” off Do What You Want, Be What You Are became their first #1. Voices yielded “Kiss on My List” (#1) & the unforgettable cover of the Righteous Brothers’ “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’”. Private Eyes had the title track & “I Can’t Go for That” as its consecutive chart-toppers, while H2O became their best work to date & spawned “Maneater”. Their final #1 (“Out of Touch”) came from their final hit studio album Big Bam Boom. Seven albums hit platinum status, & the duo was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
The duo from Philadelphia has brought much in the line of music for the American public since they first came together in 1967. Their distinctive song structure, which married elements of rock n’ roll with core R&B, was immaculate & helped generate a great fan following, especially during their 80s peak. Hall & Oates’ legendary live band, also containing saxophonist Charles DeChant & Tom Wolk, has been mesmerizing audiences with a stream of high-class concerts. The new tour hits Holmdel & Mashantucket in June to get things rolling.
Hall & Oates tickets sales have attracted a huge amount of fans ever since the lineup hit its peak in the 80s. The duo’s unique musical formula is a sure-shot pot to success. Fans with Hall & Oates tickets will be lining up in droves this summer to pay homage to a truly remarkable soul combination.
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