Hall & Oates Download
Jun 24, 1977Baltimore Civic Center (Baltimore, MD)
Hall & Oates Download
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Total Length:
1:36:45
Copyright:
© Wolfgang's Vault

Hall & Oates Download

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What Makes Our Downloads Great

Our downloads are all from master recordings owned by Wolfgang's Vault, an archive built from more than a dozen historic collections spanning a wide spectrum of musical genres and legendary performers.

We have painstakingly restored every tape using the highest quality analog-to-digital converters available and the light engineering touch we’ve come to be known for that makes you feel like you were at the show.

All song files are high-quality 320k mp3s, delivered to you in a single zip file. If you haven't used a zip file before, it’s quite simple. On most computers you can just double-click on the zip file to extract it to a folder containing the mp3 song files, which you can then drag into iTunes or whatever library you use.

Sample this concert
  1. 1Introduction / Back Together Again04:43
  2. 2Rich Girl03:22
  3. 3Band Chatter00:16
  4. 4Can't Stop The Music (He Played It Much Too Long)03:41
  5. 5Do What You Want, Be What You Are07:09
  6. 6Lady Rain06:28
  7. 7Falling07:59
  8. 8Camellia03:45
  9. 9You're Much Too Soon05:23
  10. 10Is It A Star (Incomplete)08:43
  11. 11I'm Just A Kid (Don't Make Me Feel Like A Man)05:41
  12. 12Sara Smile07:36
  13. 13She's Gone06:03
  14. 14Abandoned Luncheonette06:10
  15. 15Band Intros00:52
  16. 16Ennui On The Mountain05:31
  17. 17Gino (The Manager)03:07
  18. 18Crowd01:38
  19. 19Room To Breathe03:26
  20. 20Johnny Gore And The "C" Eaters05:12
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Item Number:
  • 20050414-2807-AD
Date:
  • Jun 24, 1977
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Sample this concert
  1. 1Introduction / Back Together Again04:43
  2. 2Rich Girl03:22
  3. 3Band Chatter00:16
  4. 4Can't Stop The Music (He Played It Much Too Long)03:41
  5. 5Do What You Want, Be What You Are07:09
  6. 6Lady Rain06:28
  7. 7Falling07:59
  8. 8Camellia03:45
  9. 9You're Much Too Soon05:23
  10. 10Is It A Star (Incomplete)08:43
  11. 11I'm Just A Kid (Don't Make Me Feel Like A Man)05:41
  12. 12Sara Smile07:36
  13. 13She's Gone06:03
  14. 14Abandoned Luncheonette06:10
  15. 15Band Intros00:52
  16. 16Ennui On The Mountain05:31
  17. 17Gino (The Manager)03:07
  18. 18Crowd01:38
  19. 19Room To Breathe03:26
  20. 20Johnny Gore And The "C" Eaters05:12
Total Length:
1:36:45
Copyright:
© Wolfgang's Vault

Liner Notes

Daryl Hall - vocals, keyboards; John Oates - vocals, guitar; Kenny Passarelli - bass; Todd Sharp - lead guitar; Eddie Zyne - drums; Charles DeChant - saxophone, keyboards; David Kent - keyboards, background vocals

After a series of moderately successful albums for Atlantic Records from 1971 through 1974, and one hit single, "She's Gone," Daryl Hall and John Oates decided it was time for a complete artistic make-over. They returned with a new look and sound in 1975 on RCA Records. This recording was made two years and several hit songs later in 1977. By then, the duo was at the top of the pop charts, alongside acts like Fleetwood Mac and The Eagles, with songs like "Sara Smile" and "Rich Girl."

Because of their hit record status, Hall & Oates was able to assemble an all-star backup band by the time they launched their '77 tour. Guitarist Caleb Quaye and drummer Roger Pope had been with Elton John; bassist Kenny Passarelli had been in Joe Walsh's band; and the other side players, Charles DeChant and David Kent, were among the most in-demand studio musicians of the time.

A lot of the material played at this show includes album tracks from this era that never found a home on radio. Still, there are enough of the big hits - including "Sara Smile," "Rich Girl," "She's Gone" and "Abandoned Luncheonette" - to make this a worthwhile live recording.

Nearly three decades later, this concert proves just how powerful R&B/pop vocalist Daryl Hall was during this period. Although Oates' contribution is not as obvious, he was crucial to the duo's success. Otherwise, Hall alone would have seen success with one of his three solo albums.

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