Kiss On My List - Daryl Hall & John Oates - Voices (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. "Kiss on My List" is a song by the American duo Hall & Oates. It was written by Daryl Hall and Janna Allen, and produced by the duo. It was the third single release from their ninth studio album, Voices (), and became their second US Billboard Hot number-one single (after "Rich Girl" in ). It spent three weeks at the top spot.
  2. Dec 03,  · From my point of view, knowing the history of Daryl and John, that pretty much sounds like what they did and yes, the move changed the power of Hall & Oates forever, it solidified them as true pop music stars, embracing and delivering lightweight anthems for teenagers and the afterwork social club bars that were springing up everywhere /5().
  3. Anchored by the smashes ''Kiss On My List'' and ''You Make My Dreams,'' it signifies the beginning of the all-time best-selling boy-boy duo's chart dominance that continued with Private Eyes and H20, multi-platinum affairs that strike a keen equilibrium between polish, melody, muscle, and craft. s pop doesn't come more vetted. Track Listing: /5(2).
  4. "Kiss On My List" BW "Africa" By Hall & Oates 7" Vinyl 45 rpm RCA Records # In A RCA Sleeve Released in VG: Surface noise will be evident upon playing, especially in soft passages and during a song's intro and fade, but will not overpower the music otherwise.
  5. Hall and Oates left Atlantic Records after the release of War Babies to join RCA biolowabuculgahillatassisute.coinfo first album for the new label, Daryl Hall & John Oates (often referred to by their fans as the silver album because of the silver foil material on the original album cover), was their first legitimate success. It contained the ballad "Sara Smile," a song Hall wrote for his aforementioned girlfriend.
  6. The notes feature recent interviews with Daryl Hall & John Oates about the making of the songs on the album. Some ads may say this album has 'Extra Tracks' when in fact, there aren't any. (If you want that remix of Every Time You Go Away, I recommend the Inch Collection (Volume One)/5(16).
  7. Feb 04,  · Published on Feb 4, # 1 single from , written by Janna Allen and Daryl Hall and produced by Hall and Oates. It was the third single from their album "Voices". Eddie Van Halen .
  8. Dec 03,  · Embossed top-loading cover: Image on front features a light-haired Daryl Hall - compare with Daryl Hall & John Oates - Voices. Issued with custom lyric / credit inner-sleeve Some copies came with a post-manufacture sticker placed over the RCA/His Master's Voice logo on the labels, as seen at the end of the images/5(81).
  9. Thirty-five years since they last performed there, Daryl Hall and John Oates returned to the Troubador in May of to find the venerable Los Angeles club nearly unchanged. The same can't be said, however, for the best-selling duo in rock history, who were merely an opening act on their previous visit.

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