Daryl Hall & John Oates - Our Kind Of Soul (2LP)
Daryl Hall & John Oates - Our Kind Of Soul (2LP)
Daryl Hall & John Oates - Our Kind Of Soul (2LP)
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Daryl Hall & John Oates - Our Kind Of Soul (2LP)
Daryl Hall & John Oates - Our Kind Of Soul (2LP)
Daryl Hall & John Oates - Our Kind Of Soul (2LP)

Daryl Hall & John Oates - Our Kind Of Soul (2LP)

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Daryl Hall – lead and backing vocals, keyboards, acoustic guitar,

John Oates – lead and backing vocals, electric guitar

Tom "T-Bone" Wolk – acoustic and electric guitars, bass guitar

Greg Bieck – keyboards, synth strings, drum programming, sequencing

David Sancious – backing vocals (A3), keyboards (A4, B4, C3-4)

Bobby Eli – electric guitar (A3-4, C4, D2)

Jeff Catania – electric guitar (B2, B4)

Steve Jordan – drums (B2, B4, C3-4)

Charles DeChant – horns (B4, C3, D4)

Lenny Pickett – horns (B3, C3, D4)

Robert Shaw – violin and concertmaster (A1-4, B3, D5)

Cenovia Cummins – violin (A1-4, B3, D5)

Carol Pool – violin (A1-4, B3, D5)

Stephanie Cummins – cello (A1-4, B3, D5)

Sarah Hewitt-Roth – cello (A1-4, B3, D5)

Strings arrangement and conductor – Daryl Hall (B3), David Spinozza (A1 to B2, B4 to D5)

Arranged by Daryl Hall, Greg Bieck, T Bone Wolk


2 LPs, Gatefold Cover

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”



Record Press : MPO

Label : Friday Music

Original Label : U-Watch Records

Recorded by Bob Ludwig

Produced by Daryl Hall, Greg Bieck, T Bone Wolk

Remastered by Joe Reagoso & Joe Gastwirt From The Authorized Hall & Oates U-Watch Recording Masters

Originally released in October 2004

Reissued in 2020



Side A :

            1. Let Love Take Control

            2. Standing In The Shadows Of Love

           3. I'll Be Around

            4. Used To Be My Girl

Side B :

            1. Soul Violins

            2. I Can Dream About You

            3. Don't You Turn Your Back On Me

            4. Fading Away

Side C :

            1. Neither One Of Us

            2. After The Dance

            3. Rock Steady

            4. Love TKO

Side D :

            1. What You See Is What You Get 4:30

            2. Can't Get Enough Of Your Love

            3. You Are Everything

            4. I'm Still In Love With You

            5. Ooh Child


Reviews :

"Considering that soul has been at the foundation of Hall & Oates' sound throughout their career -- even their early folk-rock records had soulful underpinnings -- it only made sense for the duo to eventually cut their own soul tribute album. As the title suggests, that's exactly what 2004's Our Kind of Soul is: Hall & Oates' spin on their favorite soul sounds. This includes, of course, heavy doses of Philly soul and Motown, along with other smooth soul of the '70s. Most of the album is devoted to covers -- usually familiar tunes like "Standing in the Shadows of Love," "I'll Be Around," and "Used to Be My Girl" -- yet there are a couple of more obscure entries and a heavily rewritten "I Can Dream About You" (in his excellent track-by-track liner notes, Daryl Hall reveals that Dan Hartman wrote the song with the duo in mind), but there is a handful of originals that fit into the vibe quite well, such as the lush "Soul Violins" and "Let Love Take Control." All the songs, whether they're covers or originals, are given a clean yet warm production similar to the pair's successful 2003 comeback effort, Do It for Love, but this is a little more laid-back and unassuming. Consequently, it doesn't make as big of an impression, but it's a friendly, mellow affair that finds Hall & Oates in good form. It's not quite as strong as Do It for Love, and its tasteful, relaxed vibe may strike some fans of their '80s hits as being a little sleepy, but for longtime fans who like the folky Atlantic material as much as their blue-eyed soul, this is a nice, enjoyable listen." AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine 


Ratings :

AllMusic : 3 / 5 , Discogs : 3,98 / 5

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