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Daryl Hall & John Oates

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Daryl Hall & John Oates by Hall & Oates

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Daryl Hall & John Oates

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Label: Buddha Records
Hall & Oates delved even deeper into Philly soul with this 1975 album. Opener "Camellia" has one of their best choruses; "Alone Too Long" reaches "She's Gone"-like heights of Chi-Lite worship; and the rocker "Gino (the Manager)" is flat-out weird and great. Then there's "Sara Smile," which is hands down one of the finest love songs ever written.

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Hall & Oates delved even deeper into Philly soul with this 1975 album. Opener "Camellia" has one of their best choruses; "Alone Too Long" reaches "She's Gone"-like heights of Chi-Lite worship; and the rocker "Gino (the Manager)" is flat-out weird and great. Then there's "Sara Smile," which is hands down one of the finest love songs ever written.

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About This Album

Hall & Oates delved even deeper into Philly soul with this 1975 album. Opener "Camellia" has one of their best choruses; "Alone Too Long" reaches "She's Gone"-like heights of Chi-Lite worship; and the rocker "Gino (the Manager)" is flat-out weird and great. Then there's "Sara Smile," which is hands down one of the finest love songs ever written.