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Hall and Oates decade-spinning string of hit singles was proof of the perennial appeal of white soul singing. The duo achieved their success through the slick combination of Hall’s falsetto and Oates’s warm baritone. A student at Temple University, Daryl Hall sang lead with the Temptones and recorded a single produced by Kenny Gamble in 1966. He first met Oates, a former member of Philadelphia soul band the Masters, in1967.

After briefly performing together, the duo went their separate ways. Hall subsequently made solo records and formed soft rock band Gulliver with Tim Moore, recording one album in 1969. Hall and Oates were reunited the same year, and the two men began to perform around Philadelphia and write acoustic-leaning songs together. They were discovered by Tommy Mottola, he became their manager and negotiated a recording contract with Atlantic Records. Their three albums for the label had star producers but sold few copies. However, Abandoned Luncheonette included the first version of one of Hall and Oates’ many classic soul ballads. "She’s Gone."

The duo came to national prominence with the million-selling "Sara Smile," there first single for RCA Records. It followed into the US Top 10 by a re-released US number 1 in 1977. However, they failed to capitalize on this success. The turning point came with the Hall and Oates-produces Voices. The album spawned four hit singles, notably a remake of the Righteous Brothers’ "You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin," "You Make My Dreams," and the Us chart-topper "Kiss On My List." For the next five years the pair could do no wrong.

Reunited in 1988, Hall And Oates had another US top 5 hit with "Everything Your Heart Desires," released on their new label Arista Records. The duo did not record together again until 1977’s Marigold Sky. However, Hall and Oates’ passion for soul music remains undiminished. Their contribution to the cause is a significant one.
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