Hall & Oates – Fall In Philadelphia: The Definitive Demos 1968-71 LP
Recorded in the throes of their Philadelphia folk-rock phase during the late ‘60s, this record is a collection of rare early recordings by Daryl Hall & John Oates, before their signing to Atlantic Records. Prior to releasing their debut album, Whole Oats,’ these two composer-performers had sketched out a series of songs, several of which went on to become early Hall & Oates classics. A great piece of rock history showcasing that early Philly sound before Hall & Oates went on to become one of America’s greatest pop-rock duos.Pressed on heavyweight transparent orange vinyl with individual hand-numbering.
1 In Honor Of A Lady2 Good Night And Good Morning3 Past Times Behind4 The Reason Why5 Sally6 If That’s What Makes You Happy7 The Provider8 They Needed Each Other9 Deep River Blues10 Angelina11 Perkiomen12 I’ll Be By13 Dry In The Sun14 Lilly15 Back In Love Again16 Fall In Philadelphia17 Georgie18 Months & Weeks & Days19 A Lot Of Changes Comin’20 I’m Tired Of Wearing Buckskin