Hall or Oates

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who do you favor in this feud
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I always wondered what that Oates ever added to the songs. In the videos he was just standing around and never really played his guitar.
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whoever didn’t do reggae maneater
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Oates sang lead on "She's Gone" and "Possession Obsession" for whatever it's worth. The duo built their act on old-school Philly vocal harmonies, but Hall had such a distinctive voice, he couldn't help but stand out.

You have to credit both of them for going with what works.
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MotleyKaos wrote: Mon Nov 27, 2023 6:12 am G. E. Smith
This is the correct answer.
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Andrew Ridgeley learned everything he knows from Oates.
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Do Simon v. Garfunkel next.
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Mister Freeze wrote: Mon Nov 27, 2023 7:39 am Oates sang lead on "She's Gone" and "Possession Obsession" for whatever it's worth. The duo built their act on old-school Philly vocal harmonies, but Hall had such a distinctive voice, he couldn't help but stand out.

You have to credit both of them for going with what works.

Italian Girls too, that one’s underrated.
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They're nearly a week late on this "breaking news," but the Today Show took a break from daily Taylor Swift coverage to do a story on the Hall & Oates mess this morning.

Then at the end, they found a way to make it about Taylor Swift, mentioning the legal issues with her old label.
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schlonginski wrote: Mon Nov 27, 2023 6:23 am I always wondered what that Oates ever added to the songs.
Mustache. He added mustache...
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MotleyKaos wrote: Mon Nov 27, 2023 6:12 am G. E. Smith
ditto...d.m.
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Allegedly the story is, John Oates wants to sell his portion of his catalog and Daryl Hall is blocking the order of doing so.
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ParaDime77 wrote: Tue Nov 28, 2023 7:15 pm Allegedly the story is, John Oates wants to sell his portion of his catalog and Daryl Hall is blocking the order of doing so.
A greedy, self-centered, money-hungry rockstar? No way! Who'da thunk it?
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ParaDime77 wrote: Tue Nov 28, 2023 7:15 pm Allegedly the story is, John Oates wants to sell his portion of his catalog and Daryl Hall is blocking the order of doing so.
I wonder what the big deal is - Their music is already licensed out on several commercials.
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