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'The Very Best Of' Daryl Hall John Oates

Reviewing: Rca 2001  |  Rating:
David Nesteby By David Nesteby on
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This duo produced many great hits throughout the last three decades, many being #1 hits on the charts.

The first on this one is a great song called 'Sara Smile'. This is a fancy slow dance song.The second title is 'Rich Girl', another top radio hit. these two are great on this line up.

Acuople songs on this release are not really hits in my book. 'It's A Laugh' is one of those at #4. The fifth song is pretty lame also, with 'Wait For Me'. My wife likes this one though.

The #5, #6, #7, #8, and #9 songs are all great hits that any person would recognize as radio favorites. The first being 'You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling', followed by 'Kiss On My List', 'You Make My Dreams', 'Private Eyes', and 'I can't Go For That'. These are all very tight songs by this older duo.

The rest of the songs are great also, with the #10 song, 'Did It In A Minute' starting the second half of this 'Very Best Of' cd. 'Maneater', 'One On One', and 'Family man', all rack up the spots leading up to the #14 song, 'Say It Isn't so', which is my favorite also.

'Adult Education', 'Out Of Touch', and 'Method Of Modern Love', are from the latter years of this successful two man band, with another all-time favorite finishing the cd off in 'Some Things Are Better Left Unsaid'. This finale is a great song that both my wife and I enjoy. For being a heavy rocker, there aren't many not-so-rock bands that I would recomend, but this has got to be one of them!