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"daryl hall" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Face. You are here. You're what? You do here, don't you, the voices. Tara, what are you talking about? The people in this restaurant are most well behaved. Gone. Just the way it was before. Oh, dear, please. If it's a joke, please tell it to me. I don't know. What is it? What are you staring at? I was behind my chair. What's the Darryl tell me what? The table. Why did you throw over the table? Daryl, what is it? What is it? Why did you scream? Why? Ladies and gentlemen, I'm almost time for breathtaking and this amazing story of Daryl hall accused murder A moment to get back to the reality that our everyday life and the problems of those unusual times which confront you and me and that man and wife who may be your next door neighbor. Are you short on vitamin B one and iron? If so, this may be you, saying oh, tomorrow's another day. It works piling up on my desk and I'm so tired out and jumping all in. I have a chance to catch up with it. Don't be so sure of that, my friend. If, like so many Americans today, you simply need more vitamin B one and iron. Here's an easy way to get them. Take ironized yeast tablets. They're the famous two way preparation that gives you both vitamin B one and iron, and believe me, you must have enough of both because when you don't get enough vitamin B one in your food, you may lose your appetite, not eat all you need. Or you may not get all the good out of your food. And when you don't get enough iron from what you eat, you may be weak and pale and feel all in. And you say ironized yeast tablet supplied both vitamin B one and iron? Maybe I should try them. By all means do. If you need more of these substances, see if pleasant little ironized yeast tablets don't help you as they've helped so many others with these deficiencies. See a pretty soon you aren't saying. Man, oh man, I feel great. I've gained pounds. I've got my old pet bag, thanks to ironized yeast. Yep. I just breezed through my work these days. And now back to the thoughts of Daryl hall, accused murderer, as he sits in the courtroom awaiting the return of a jury, which is to decide whether is he is to live or die
"daryl hall" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia
"No less a pop eminence than miss Diana Ross asked to work with Daryl hall on her 84 album swept away. Daryl and his companion Sarah Allen wrote the album's title track, a number 18 pop. Number three R&B hit for Ross and hall co produced the song,.
"daryl hall" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia
"It wasn't in a Philly studio session or at temple university. It was at a gig, but not while either one of them was performing. It was a 1967 multi act radio showcase at west Philly's adelphi ballroom. Acts from various Philadelphia labels were all there, like Chicago's the 5 stair steps, and local hit maker, Howard Tate. The doctor says you ain't over the hill now he can't sense still let go look at that also there to perform where the temp tones featuring Daryl hall and the masters featuring John Oates. But as they were all waiting backstage, a fight broke out between rival gangs, and someone pulled a gun. Darrell and John ran to get out of the way. In some versions of this apocryphal story, they each bolted for a freight elevator. And when the hubbub died down, they made small talk. They realized they both went to temple and said, maybe they should hang out sometime. Hall and oats would then spend the next several years rooming together in various apartments around Philadelphia,.
"daryl hall" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"And i know he just was like ooh. Ooh and i don't really like he fell off after street. Songs like throwing down was was platinum and other and blow like you know. He's you know the one slot album deflect. That's when the you know. Eighty sixes when cocaine really came in undid him but This long as one movie. Now i think i know everything my saying. Ns as a anesthesia. the keeps. I have an amazing question. Yes because we have time for the clearer. We got to wrap this thing back. People also asking about the jungle brothers. We did interview at the roots. Picking many years ago right. I mean they're they're awesome so i can tell you guys. Oh i'm also working on santana. That's what i wanted to say santana and then talked impending. I'm gonna get this daryl hall thing done. i wanted to throw it into. Oh yeah. No joe's downtown has our way talk. You well santana you know Okay so guide. And i also want to tell everybody. The top trip trivia winners will be who eat meat in the beat angry when nobody thinking the whole thing is like the who won trivia. They say hello real quick and that's what it is we can wrap is go or do we just talk for another twelve hours. No better where. We have our live lineup. Yeah we gotta we gotta get andrea something man. You gotta get andre. I mean he made the half of this room. How how much attention. If any was given to those records that came out this week. Let's go in sorry birmingham thirty seconds as latest album go. I haven't heard it album finding my amir. Whatever you want but the jam the andrei jam like that shit. Gorge the one. That's not on there right. That's ahead that or give it to me entre to them. You know i mean. Obviously this was one hour. Forty seven minute attempt to apologize in. I mean if you name like using your mom it that's the equivalent of like you know. The dog ate my homework. Like when you use your mom's name for it out in title. I still like bad right because offering like okay guys. Look you know Yeah i you know. I look again i i've i've expressed before that i feel as though he saw.
"daryl hall" Discussed on Here's The Thing
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"daryl hall" Discussed on Here's The Thing
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I don't want you to be my son. I want you to be my account treated you like you were. You were business. Associates produced partner at the age of twelve. He would come to me and go. Like i got this thing and by the don. What do you think he didn't do any. And you know what i mean. you know. it's like. I guess you know the turn-of-the-century kids at twelve and thirteen work in the fields. You know what i mean. They were doing. Yeah and i think a lot of that is working in the fields for you failed. you know. it wasn't like go throw a baseball and you know celebrity. We couldn't go to the zoo. It was impossible. I mean he took me to one movie plenty of the apes. I remember one movie. And that's okay. Daily will never go to the movies together. Again of the theater. Up there inglewood. Exactly we're gonna watch the movies with count basie every friday night and then that's that's that you know but i always dug the fact that like i got to go to the copacabana. You know so the eighties go by and you're in this phase where you're going to build. Rpm you're going to build his your company. You're gonna do what you wanna do your way. When did you know it was going to work. We i mean. I don't mean to be korean cinematic about but are you standing there one night in the wings and he's out there and you go. It's working no. I'll tell you when it was Bob guccione junior editor at spin magazine. And i was reading it. They were interviewing him in his own magazine and asked what he thought was the most influential thing about rock and roll people in rock and roll said to people. James brown and tony bennett as that's wild. James brown and tony bennett suspend magazine. You know it's like the pixies. And then i went onto. Rena goes like well. Why allie understand james brown. Why tony bennett. He said because he's always taken chances. What i said. This is what i was thinking about telling me. i'm picking. he's picking up this violent. Tony you know it's like the i i see tony. Everything's same thing once he's he does. He calls it moving furniture around. He doesn't know there's no such thing as complacency and now we're watching are the big idols kind of corporate. You know with the stones and doing that thing in their third cookie cutter and and about guccione's talking about this being like you know the guys invader so i. I called him up led to kind of the you know they would do these. These fashion spreads. And i said why don't we do something with the chili peppers and tony. We have fun with it so we did a show at the hard rock cafe in l. a. with the red hot chili peppers and tony. The chili peppers were punk at that time right before recruiting and i said been an observational musical logical way. They went there. It was kind of like wait a minute. Because your father snobbish jurist slob come back.
"daryl hall" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"The his right hand man would have never happened right when we don't have to go there but your dad did. Yeah well. he was at a point. Where the thing at columbia they try to know. This happened to everyone barbara strike and it was like. Oh you got to seeing the bills carrying sang barbra streisand. They tried to get barber to sing. Bob dylan i in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine. She's listening to dylan blowing in the wind. This wing in both wins. The answer is below weighing in the win. You know brilliant idea. That's a great one must go again barbara. So anyways so tony. Actually you know worked with climbing and he did an album. That was kind of like that thing and he got physically sick. He said he was regurgitating between takes and so well. That's a great story that that he tells about. Clive davis right where killington went in. And said you know. He thought he was going to get a raise and clive davis said. Well i have some bad news for you. He goes What is it and clive zig. Well we're going to have to try to you from the label. Ellington goes well. Why says william not selling enough records and ellington goes. Oh i guess. I had it missed. I was mistaken. I thought i was supposed to make the records in. You're supposed to sell them. It's a great. Yeah that's my edict. Like and i've heard that story that's every artists but that that was my son said to me. Why do i hate making movies. And i said and i said you really hate making movies. I said well maybe hate stronger. I said i'm very uncomfortable. They say why 'cause you just feel the hand of commerce at your throat every day were chevy. It's never free and rarely fun. It can be challenging but you just feel like every dime is busy counted so they wanted your dad to do what he couldn't do. Yeah and he rebels against that just kind of like they gave him a big contract then he was like no. I don't do this. I wanna start label now now. This is at a time when people weren't doing that. I mean you know. I mean did it with more often. But it was done more on a warner brothers thing And he found Jack rollins Woody allen's manager in you know number of other people to work with them on a on. A label called improv. This is where he made the bill evans records in voice and piano. Those records being made at the time and so he came to me and talk to me about the label. And i said well. That's a great idea and you know it's risky. And he said well. What's risky about. And i said well. It doesn't seem like they have major distribution in this day and age independent distributions. Great you can do it. Internet about but then it was a real challenge. I said columbia's offering you to a distribution deal which is a great. You know it's just great. It's kind of like the leave you alone. You can do what you wanna do. He had me go. Talk to the guy was run a company in buffalo. So we'll go talk them now. You know. I got the long hair and a fringe jacket. And i i go to this. You know this. This hotel owner in buffalo. And i'm sitting there and he's thrown about and i start talking about the distributions it's great boom. There's some other things about the contract that i didn't like that i told them about you. Know in terms of him kind of getting roped into it and this guy just rejected that whole notion. So i went back to tony and i just said look i. I wouldn't do this i think. There's you know. So no improv records Well no he did it. And how long did that. Last it lasted like three years. And they failed because of the distribution right so he does improv records. And then because he can't get the records to distribute exactly. So that's what i told him. He remembered that and then the the label folded and then he was without a contract. For how long. Let's see i'd say three years years Well it's tough because a member at the time this is like around seventy eight okay sinatra retired. You didn't see geez our number one and streisand's doing too wet with the bees are saying. Yeah you know what i'm saying. So like there's that he didn't wanna do it and then he was in vegas and in those days you were doing vegas like you know the thirty two week thing and all that type stuff you know. He just called me up one. Dan just like. I don't know i need some help here. I don't know what to do. I don't know where to go manager. He wanted to be able to do his art on his terms and was vegas like for him. What is that like for someone. Because you always figure i remember reading nick. Taj is book dino about the best biographies of ever and they talked about how martin at one point in the sixties i believe was the highest paid entertainer in the world because he had the He touched every base. He stole four bases. He had a television show recording contract he started films and he appeared live in vegas concerts making millions and millions of dollars back and i was wondering for someone like your dad. I'm going to say that i actually. I don't know what vegas exemplify back. Then like for an actor was that like being on a game show or no no so there was. I mean the idea that you know. This is where they cut their teeth. The lounges louis. Prima in the lounge. You had a fred astaire and cary grant going to see sinatra and then go into the lounge and this is where the onus was like i you know and tony makes a good point these people. We didn't have access to these people except the big screen and all sudden. They're they are sitting there watching louis prima rubbing shoulders with with sinatra and jerry. Gran and whatever this was magic and for for again for tony got remember. Tony's ten years younger than all these guys. These are his idelson announcer. Call them the kid and there he is with them. All spread astaire salon a salon so and nobody messed around for the for the obvious reasons. And then you got into this this evolution where you know the sumo corporation and howard hughes took over and like i had negotiate with like howard using these cowboys. It was really interesting. Was that one. Oh so mazing. And this is like telling i i started working and like you know howard uses on the top of the desert end. I know he's up there. And so there was this guy named lenny they'd go in with me to negotiate the contract and let he'd get on his hands and knees f- seriously gonna lead to like get off knees. I'm not going to get on my knees in big for contract. I'm just not gonna do it. You know.
"daryl hall" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"Two thousand nineteen conversation with daryl hall with partner. John oates hall. An open is the best selling vocal duo in history. They have seven platinum albums and another six gold once they made the billboard hot one hundred thirty four times with mega hits mike man eater which girl you make my dreams come true and i can't go for that daryl hall has sort of second career on television. Two shows live from daryl's house and darryl's restoration overhaul on the diy network. Daryl hall started singing on the streets in philadelphia. So i started at a really young age. Doing you know like busking more. Like the do op. You know street-corner music. There was no instruments involved acapella and all that and it was always very racially integrated. You know that. Whole thing. And then when i went to philly i had already been involved in that stuff and there was this place called mytton hall where all everybody hung out. It was like deplace where the whole temple university wet and people used to stand in the corners and sing. It was that kind of stuff was still going on. So i just walked up one day and started singing along with these strangers. And that's how i got into philadelphia and started Bit at a time when we in my mind. When i think about philadelphia then i think about a lot of racial difficulties in move and historically not not for you. I'm saying the city has always had kind of a racial stratification. It seems like what was it about you that these people welcomed you open arms. I just think. I grew up in a very racially integrated environment you know in pottstown. There's a big black community and my my parents best friends lived right in the middle of the black neighborhood. So i as as a kid. I'm talking like kid kid for the summer. I'd be over there and all my waking hours really. I would be hanging out with white nba kids together. So the music that i grew up with was that our b-e-n-s-o-n music It was really my baby food you know and and it just went that way often. Your dad was a musically and he was a vocal group sang. He sang like gospel. Vocal group and he I learn a lot about harmony from him and my mother was a musician. She did other kinds of music. You know she musicals and she was in a band so very musical environment. Let me just put these cards on the table. Which is you are one of the ten greatest male vocalists and all history of rock and roll. I mean you are and what kills me is like how you've stayed because a lot of these guys have to drop it a key and we interview a lot of my you name it and only you and bano pretty much sound the same now. Almost first of all. I do on stage. I drop a half aquino can i do so i admit it. But but that's that's cool too. It gives me more room to play around up top but the you know voice has changed a lot over the years you listen to those records that i made you know rich girl and all this kind of songs. I'm like a little boy compared to the way i sing. No i have. I sort of have the voice now i always wanted to have. It's that bigger masculine voice. I know and yeah so. But i i like how voices evolved. And i haven't lost any of the stuff that i had i just. It's a sort of got bigger and wider. Did you start singing. When did singing. My mother was as i said she was in a band. But she was also vocal teacher and things like that and encouraged her and she. It was sort of always there and she taught me how to sing. Did they both play instruments. Yeah my mother. Play piano. And i started taking piano lessons around five and took lessons all the way through and then unfortunately was got in Was i once i got into. I was forced forced to play the trombone but that it lasts long but no i've been playing piano since five and then i started playing guitar. Self taught on the qatar. How old were you when you picked up the qatar for maybe late teens early twenty s. When you go then you go to temple the study music y well at first i was going to go. I didn't think there was any money in In in music at all didn't even occur to me and to have a career in music. So i was going to be. I was a. I wanted to be psychiatrist. Why because i was really interested in the life of the mind and i was up against these. I didn't realize my niveau tape that you had to be a doctor. Do his a medical degree. I quit. I wanted. And then i was up against all these kids that were like premed and i failed miserably. It was just horrible i. This is not from the same problem i was like. I have to study chemistry. Just i just want to talk to people. Yeah man what happened. Was i did that for a year. And then i switched to the temple music school and they you know they'll let me in and finished graduate. I finished well i quit. I quit five weeks before graduation. Because i was a student teacher and i was up early in the morning all day doing all that stuff and then i had a a a barg plan. Play music bar band at night till two o'clock in the morning so i didn't work out so well and the teacher said you know we have to choose one or the other and i thought to myself. Do i wanna music teacher or do i want to be a musician for real and there was no choice in my head so i said okay see later by when you leave temple when you when you finish school What happens after that. During my time in temple as i said the whole thing was sorta simultaneous. I was going to music school. But i was also hanging out with tommy bell and People who don't know tommy bell was was the producer and writer behind. Oh a great number of the philadelphia sound stylistics and the phonics and people like that He was very very influential on the sound of philadelphia and he sort of took me under his wing. He was not that much older than me. But but i would just sit around and listen to him right and he was an amazing writer and so i was friendly with him and then i also i. I had a band. The sort of came out of that thing. I was talking about in in mid all and we call ourselves the temp tones. Because we're temple university. Everybody thought it was the temptation. Weird temple and We did a talent show at the uptown theater which was not that far from the university from the campus and it was on what they used to call the chiller circuit. And you know every soul group on. Earth came to the uptown. It was follow. And i used to hang out there and Just like the apollo talent shows and we won the talent show. And james brown's band was the house band back us up. That was i was like eighteen years old. I'm singing baby. Baby with james brown's band back and we won the talent show and the prize. Was you got to record a record with gamble and huff. The songwriters songwriter producers. Who gamble enough. And tommy bell basically created what the world knows as the sound of philadelphia. I did record with gambling. Huff and it came out and and and went on the charts in w das in philadelphia. The army station and I was doing all this while going to school. And so i became part of that whole scene. that's the i started hanging out at sigma sound with studio musicians and i. I wanted to be a student. -sition wanna learn things from them. So that's what. I was doing during white student years. And in the meantime. I met this guy. John oates who are in university. We met going to temple. Yeah we we were really from. He's from about fifteen miles from me. In north wales pennsylvania just north of north west of philadelphia so We were both promoting our singles because he had he managed to get a single to on kenny. Gamble's label He had a group called the masters. And we were both promoting are single at this place called adelphi ballroom and.
"daryl hall" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Heart radio goes one on one with Daryl Hall to ask how the concept of his show Daryl's house made it to television. You think that that would be a simple idea to communicate to television, but it was Absolutely impossible. So that's why I went on the Internet in the beginning, and then I said, See, this is what I do. Here it is. And once you show it to people, then they go. Okay. Now we're gonna put it on television. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Daryl Hall and all your favorite artists. The federal government's weekly unemployment supplement is still on the way for some people, even though it expired on Labor Day. Specifically for those whose payments have been delayed for weeks and even months in some states, still struggling with the backlog of claims, and anyone who was eligible for benefits before the Labor Day expiration have 30 days to apply. More private employers are considering vaccine mandates. A major oil company is among the latest Bertha Coombs reports. Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell is considering a vaccine mandate for its employees and whether to fire those who refused to comply. The Financial Times reporting Shell is outlining a case for a selective mandate initially at offshore platforms and other remote locations where staffers work and live and were approved. Vaccines are available. An internal memo says. While all reasonable efforts would be made to avoid termination shall may be faced with no alternative I'm Bertha Coombs. General Motors is keeping its Chevy Bolt factory on Idol for at least a couple more weeks. The automaker blames production delays at battery supplier LG Kem production of the All electric vehicle was originally shut down August 23rd. Amid a complete recall of all bolts because of battery fires, at least a dozen of them. It's expected to cost GM about 1.8 billion to replace all the defective batteries. But General Motors says it's pursuing reimbursement from LG Kem Ford is restructuring operations in India, where it says it's lost about $2 billion over the last decade. It's ending production in one of the plants by the end of this year ended the second one by the second quarter of next year, resulting in 4000 job cuts. And Bill Gates investment firm is about to own almost three quarters of the four seasons. Luxury hotel chain Cascade Investments already owns about 47%. And it's paying $2.2 billion to buy half of the four Seasons stake owned by King Holding Company controlled by Saudi Prince Allah, we'd been Talal. The deal values four seasons at $10 billion. Consumer and Business News. Joe McConnell, NBC NEWS radio records milestones first last and everything in between. What happened today in sports history on I Heart Radio. What's happening? Fellow sports fans. It's Andy West. Let's take a look back on this day in sports history. September. 10 will start off today in 1967. Billie Jean King wins the singles doubles and mixed doubles crown at the U. S Lawn Tennis Association Championships. King, who also swept the three titles at Wimbledon, is the first to accomplish this feat of two sweeps in the same year since Alice Marble in 1939. Today In 1974 Hall of Famer Lou Brock ties, Mari will single season stolen base record with a steal in the first inning against the Philadelphia Phillies. He broke the record with steel number 105 in the seventh inning. And today in 2000 and six Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts face Eli Manning and the New York Giants in the first NFL game to feature two brothers. Starting at quarterback, Big Brother Peyton throws for 276 yards and a touchdown and the cold score on five of their first seven possessions to beat Eli and the Giants. 26 21 Now you know today in sports history on I Heart radio. Oh, Grace, Curly. She's working for you. I am like Bette Midler for the boys got to keep troops entertain. And welcome back to the grace currently show we.
"daryl hall" Discussed on Broken Record
"Love. This is the one. I'm happy to to play. I like seeing sara smile because it's so real and and so personal i like. There's a lot of them that way. One on ones one of those I don't know. I can't really say there's a that i like more than another one because i i wouldn't sing if i didn't like the song or i was tired of the saw. I we just drop it. We have a lot more to to fill in the blank you know. Are there like well known. Hits years that people show up for. And you're like yeah. I can't do that tonight. I tried doing that and people get angry. You know you didn't play private is like okay. Sorry then and that's a good problem. You know because we have an obligation to play all the songs and that we actually can't play them all in a set an unless we were going to do one of these ridiculously long sets. We have so many songs to play and we try to throw we try and throw things in our less known or whatever and things like that but most of the time we're obligated to play certain songs contractually obligated. You've got a well the the contract of the between us and the public yes. So what are you writing now. I've been coming up with ideas. But i don't like to take things to completion until it's time to complete it and i've been in sort of creative hibernation. I have a lot of songs i did. A lot of false starts. And i'm but i believe next year early next year. I'm going to start really getting serious about putting these things down. Are you one of the songwriters who in the songs. Don't make sense until you're in the studio. No they make sense from the get go. you know. Be sitting at the instrument. And your other outlet i have to ask you about is Are you buying more homes now. You know anything big. I'm restoring. actually. I'm still restoring the same home that i was doing. I backed off it for a little while. And now i'm back on it again and actually. That's what i was doing during this whole lockdown thing is. I would just working on the house so that at least there was something to do. What does that give you that. That's different from music. What kinda satisfaction. Well actually gives me the same satisfaction in some ways. It's not that spontaneous. Birds gotta sing kind of satisfaction. But it's there's a certain kind of creative stimulation that it provides restoring an old house or anything like that. It's it's not that dissimilar to getting a group people together who you really think are amazing and doing an album you know. And everybody's contributing their little ideas and it's the same thing with these artisans you know guys that build antique style chimneys and people that know this no that and i. I'm sort of producer that holds it all together and i. I have a lot of knowledge about About antique architecture especially between the seventeenth and nineteenth century. So i you know. I like to do it. That's all i can say. I've done a lot of them. Well you know song architecture to so best of luck on the tour. I don't think you're going to need it for me but it'll be fantastic for people to see you guys again. Well it'd be great to be out there and see them so it works both ways all right. Well thank you so much for doing this. Okay thank you. Thanks the daryl hall coming on the show and chatting with bruce. You can check out all favorite hall note. Psalms at broken record podcasts dot com subscribe to our youtube channel at youtube dot com slash. Broken record podcast. we can find all new episodes. You can follow us on twitter at broken record broken records this help from the arose jason gambro martinez dollars sandler and jennifer sanchez with engineering. Help from nick. 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"daryl hall" Discussed on Broken Record
"But did start. Well really amazing because you hear about like other groups. The everley brothers or simon and garfunkel. Initially some moment where they of ever brothers were their father made them do it but These voices to sound incredible together. That never happened now. It actually never af- there's still a chance. Maybe you're going back out on the road. You could have that magic. Hey we sound pretty good. Yeah you guys got signed to atlantic well first of all. Tell me about your cell because it was produced by a wreath martin who's grow just a legendary producer. I think he did this donny. Hathaway roberta flack records. He did so many great albums he did so many things. You can't even name them all. We got together with reef right at the peak of his time he was he was he was coming off such a well not coming off. He was involved in such a such a dynamic role of working with such disparate musicians. I mean everybody from country artists to jazz artists to carly simon artists to to aretha to donny. Hathaway to you name it. I'm it's like on and on and on and on. And we were right in the smack dab in the middle of all that we couldn't have been in a better place to to make our first couple albums and the thing. I like so much about a reef. Beside the fact that he was the only person i the was was or is better as good as his quincy and in the same way he knows how to draw the best out of any kind of music any kind of artist and work with them and suggest things and molded and and turn it into something that is bigger than what it was. And i learned so much from him. I can't even tell you how much i learned from a re. I loved the guy and so sorry is going on that album you did. She's gone which is just one of the great are in be songs of all time. I mean system incredible song but it wasn't a hit for you not originally no atlantic puerto. These things are. I mean it hits are funny things atlantic put it out. It didn't really do anything it would. They they played it on what they called underground radio back then. Fm radio right then. A group cultivars put out a version of it and it became an rb. Hit on the charts and then Cup a couple years later we we released. It became a number one. Oh i don't know if it was number one but it was definitely top five. Yeah was encouraging that other people are having with your music or discouraging that it it wasn't you that was frustrating because i knew that our version was still the best one and We were starting out. And i felt i felt a bit like okay. They're stealing or steam messing with our momentum but all worked out a couple of years you know and we get out on the road. We we i. I wrote sara smile and that became an rb hit and then she's gone jumped right in after it was it because you were wight artists. Do you think that it made it a little harder to get on the charts just the way the record business works no no. I don't not for us we're different. We're nominees I was on rb charts of philadelphia with group called attempt tones. We had a hard time breaking into pop radio. The black community embraced us really early on in our music so he came in through another another way than most people do when. Atlantic drop jude. What didn't they see that. They should have seen well. I don't blame them. I lost it for a little while there. I we had just moved from philadelphia to new york. And i made made a record. And i will say i made it because it was mostly me and todd rundgren. We made a recco war babies and it was not what atlantic wanted all. They wanted You know our buzek and which is cool. That's what i that's my heart anyway. But for some reason. I decided i wanted to make that record and it was a bad idea really now. A look back line was certainly a creative. That's all it was was a creative. I album but it was sort of mutual. We thought okay. Maybe we should try go. And some other label that would be more willing to run with our expanding creative style And later you jumping ahead here. And i do want to go back to when you guys really started your run of hits but you then when did to really great albums with robert trip and a lot of people would not put together with robert trip he loved. You talked about like the vocalist. Who could do anything. Yeah tell me about meeting him how this came about well. I've been living in spending time in in the uk for ever since really philadelphia. I mean The mid seventy s. And i was interested in robert his music. I love king crimson. And i got to know him and we'd became. We became friends and then after that we both said. Why don't we try and do something together. Nobody expected and our our roots are so different. But yet we've have sort of the same sensibilities and that's what we did and we decided to go for it and make a record and i. It's one of the best things i think i ever did. And him to Do you still play things from it today. On live from daryl's house i do. Yeah i do. Yes okay do you. Keep up with him as well Every once in a while we check in you know he wouldn't have him on the show I just watched the broadcast of his where he said he wanted to have a former super group that i was going to be the lead singer and then i just saw that a couple of days ago. So i mean we're still sort of circling around each other. Well you should do that because that'll be amazing. Yeah i think it'd be great then you did this. You know starting in the early eighties. You'd had a couple of hits. He'd had rich girl. You had sara smile but then you just went on this tare of hits. I think he had sixteen top ten. Hit six number ones. You know you'd kiss on my list and you make my dreams come true. Private is one on one At this point did you just feel like you were a single span. As opposed to an album band at that point they. This is what you visit what you're doing. That's how it turned out. But not at all. I'd never felt i don't really like pop music for you. Want the truth participate in it and obviously my style fits into a what people call pop mode. But i never thought of ever thought of myself as a singles artist. I i when i make an album. It is a complete statement and the the single thing comes after the fact. That's that's somebody wants to sell something so they pick a song and then they pick another song but it's not it's not intent. There's no intent involved in that. We'll be back after a quick break. With more from daryl hall and bruce had this episode of broken record is brought to you by see me. Why hard work and persistence have been a way of life for senior wine since eighteen. Seventy six but the tastes for goodness and unmatched termination. 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"daryl hall" Discussed on Broken Record
"You know that kind of stuff. That's that's gospel. Church music you know and adopted a and i don't know man also. I went to music school. I know harmony and theory. I it goes in. It's in the blood you know. And i know what goes to where. And what can go to where. And when things like that. And and i make use of it it sort of not consciously so much unconsciously. What was music like at home for you before you were at the studio with these guys. My mother was in a band when i was a kid. All through my teens. Who from the earliest childhood. All all the way through my teens so some of my first memories are are watching her on stage. What kind of ban was it. It was like a big band kind of lawrence walk kind of big band but you know like variety show but it was still it was music had an audience and people were playing kind of the pop songs at the time and all that kind of thing and it was at a local philadelphia area pensive southeast pennsylvania thing and i used to go on the road with her and watch. This you know isn't bowed down to the to the band leader. This guy was named bill lamb. I wanted to be bill lamb. And and you know he has baton and his white dinner jacket all that shit and my dad was a vocal group with his brothers and sang gospel. Music and my mother was the choir director of the church. And all that kind of thing so it was all tied together in that kind of you and very gospel e show-bizzy kinda thing. Did your mother teach you to say yes. She was vocal teacher to. She's to give lessons and she taught me from their earliest. I mean my mother is a great singer. She's ninety eight now. She's not such a great cigarettes which pisses her off to tell you the truth but yes. She's she was great cigarettes and she knew how to sing. She you know she always had me panting. Like a dog. So i would get get into using my diaphragm and not sing for my throat. Stuff like that can still do that today. Absolutely once you learn something it becomes part of a singer. You know i mean. It's a very organic thing begin. Singer has to do with your with your head and your physical body. The the way you're the size of your throat and everything everything contributes to your what comes out of your mouth when you when you sing You go so quickly from a serve a lower register to a high register and so many songs she taught you that or did you get that from her. Not so much. I don't worry about that from that's just vocal facility. I'll call it. You know. I just if i feel like doing one thing i do it. Yeah so when. Do you know music. This is this is gonna be your life. I didn't really think about it so much. When i was a kid. I just did it. And i came at a time where i wasn't even in a place where i was at charlotte. Ever make any money on it really. I mean i think when. I finally got involved with kenny. And leon and tommy bell i said okay there there is a career here to be and that's when i realized that i needed to do this. I mean it was a compulsion at were your parents encouraging. Always really oh yeah. I guess they'd been in the business. It didn't scare them now. It didn't scare them. They had a lot of confidence in me. You know they they do. We'll be right back with more from daryl hall after a quick break. It's crazy how much we have to pay for outdated impersonal healthcare and even crazier that we all just accepted. It's time to face facts. Healthcare is backwards. 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Probably that new streaming service to for me. I spend a lot of money on workout gear and work at tire. I'll put it all on my discover credit card. But maybe you're spending more groceries or wanting to spend a little more money on a loved one. The cash back you earn will be matched by discover automatically having a credit card that matches the rewards who already earn is one small thing you can do to stress less about your finances and discover makes it even easier because discover card is accepted at ninety nine percent of places that accept credit cards so when it comes to discover get used to hearing yes more often learn more discover.com/match limitations apply 2021 nelson report. We're back with more from daryl hall and bussan went to temple and then you met john oates. Yeah it's a treat. You met at a fight. Yes sorta dance really. It was a. They used to call record hops. You know it was it. Everybody went and lip sync their songs and did that kind of thing and it was in a in west philadelphia and it was a it was an nba show and we were on. His band was on the bill so mine and about three quarters of the way through the through the show Some gang shit broke out. You know and it got it got pretty crazy and the everything stopped basically and it was a it was on a second floor and we both found ourselves in an elevator going down to the street and a. I guess that didn't work out very well. And that's and then. We got talking. And i found out that he was. He was also a student at temple. We're both freshman and we wound up being roommates. You know of because we both. We both lived. Our parents both lived out outside of towns and we needed to be in town so we are renting apartments together. Did you start performing together or did you write together. I we were friends and writing separately. And we would occasionally. I don't know we really right together. We didn't really start doing that. Until after school and i was already ensconced very deeply in the old sigma sound thing and i brought jon into it. He was a traveling around. He had just graduated traveling around europe. And i said okay why you come in you know and get involved in this with me and then we started writing songs and uh started performing together then that was about nineteen. I forget one seventy. I'll say seventy seventy one and is there a moment you said we'll click with this guy like voices. Were something the writing work. Something works here the first time that we ever recorded together. We said okay. We'll we'll we'll be songwriters but will never work together because we sound so bad together. He sang a little flat. And i was singing a little short. And it's just great it on your nerves. It was horrible and it took a little while for us to adapt our a vocal harmonies style. So that we could that we locked together and then it turned into what it is.
"daryl hall" Discussed on Broken Record
"Pay after a string of monster hits extract from the seventy s into the mid eighties. The ria which hands out the golden platinum plaque starters named hall and oates the number one selling duo in music history. Think about that not. I can tina. Not simon and garfunkel not outcast daryl hall and john and they still hold that record today but even with that distinction in the philadelphia duos undeniable. Chemistry colin oates have always maintained that there to individual artists. Like an old married couple. Daryl hall says the duo has managed to stay together for the sake of dozens of songs. They wrote together which they consider their kids episode. Bruce headline talks to daryl hall but the night he met john oates an elevator as they fled a gang fight in philly. Daryl also talks about the years he spent working with the production duo gamble and huff who pioneered the phillies wholesale explains why despite its huge success. He doesn't even really like pop music. This is broken record. Lanna notes for the digital age. I'm justin richmond. Here's bruce had them and daryl hall. While i was doing some research. I realized three things one. Everybody loves daryl hall. And john oates and everybody's got a favorite song. Glad to hear the second thing i didn't know is your groups. Name has never been hall notes. No it's daryl hall and john oates. Did you get tired of correcting people at some point or you just go. Yeah well no. We never get tired of people because the whole point of the whole point of it is that we are two different people. Were not mutton jeff. We're not obse twins. We're not bobbleheads you know. We are to absolutely distinct artists. Do sheriff stage okay. Then from now on. It's daryl hall and john oates. I won't let that happen anymore. There you go. And the other thing. I didn't know about was out of touch thursday. Do you know about this. No what is out of touch. Thursday is on thursdays people. Put up little video memes too out of touch like they'll take clips from the simpsons or from some crazy japanese anime thing really dancing out of touch and they get just an astounding number of hits. I knew nothing of this. Okay well every thursday. I want you to look if you go to out of touch video on your own video on on youtube people here while i'm here because it's thursday. It's out of touch thursday. So i know i'll tell you should goes on i don't know about. It's great the kids today. Okay so you are. One half of the best selling pop duo in history. Not only pop. But you guys have had huge hits unsold charts so kinda wanna go back to where it started in philadelphia kaz make people forget. Philadelphia had its own music culture. And you started very young in highschool didn't you. Yeah i mean. Philadelphia is one of the great music cities in the united states in the world. Really and it's distinct. The way detroit is or i'll even add new orleans in there. You know it. it's it's its own place it's regional. We separately started as kids in that world. I mean i. I was involved in the beginning of the sound of philadelphia. What people call the sound in philadelphia and that was at sigma studio right. Uh-huh yeah okay. So what were you doing back in high school in some of this started. What were you. What were you doing in the studio back. Then well i. I wasn't in the studio in high school. But as soon as i got out of high school i started spending all my time in philadelphia in the city and immediately got hooked up with gamble and huff and tommy bell when people like that and and i was thrown into it really and i was part of the the the whole the whole scene and i was. I was doing studio work plans. Some keyboards doing some background singing of writing songs doing various things like that. Because it's filadelfia was lee andrews part of that scene absolutely. Did you know him. No i did not know. But i was. I idolized him. You know and when i found out that i love is that was his father. you know. yeah yeah i was. I didn't find out until they died. And then i emailed quest. Because i was i told them i said man. Your father was a major influence on me. Song tear drops and all those kind of songs. Who that was that early philadelphia. What some people call do op. I don't all at that. You know it was. It was a early be soul singing. You know vocal group saying he was the son of one of the dixie hummingbirds to Yeah they have quite a linear ad. Bunch. yeah so when you met like gambling. Her for or tom bell these incredible careers. Did you know when you met them. Like these guys are going on big things or they just guys you worked with. Well they were big in the neighborhood you know th they were. They were stars already in in a very local way you know. Kenny owned a record store and he had kenny gamble. The romeo's which was a studio band but also his band. Tommy bell was sitting at the piano writing and he was. He was working with a group of guys. That i knew the dell phonics and i thought they were fantastic. That's the best way to put it. I i immediately became a sponge to them. But i was when i say i was the sponge also contributing you know is a back and forth thing when you take from them from those early days what did you did. You was it songwriting. Was it singing. Songwriting tommy bell. Well both both of them both leon. Huff end tommy bill. I learned a lot about songwriting. I learned about piano playing from. Leon huff a lot the way he plays piano. is very similar to the style. I've adopted And tommy bell has cords. Were just really unique in the in the nba world. He was A fan of burt back and he adopted burt back. Iraq's interesting chords into a more soulful way Self situation and i was watched that transition. I watched him write songs and and listened to bert back and everything else so it was a it was it was. It was school man. I was like going to school with these guys. That's fascinating because i you know. I looked up a bunch of your songs. Mainly our hits and the very sophisticated. The cords are very sophisticated. There's a lot of ninth chords. You do this trick on a couple of songs that i find really interesting which is really delay. Getting back to the tonic year. Like like a song. Kiss on my list. You know you're listening to it. You think oil starts in b minor. So i guess it's in b minor but then it's in b major. So hey i think it's in b major but it's not it's an f. sharp and you don't get it for a long time in a couple of your son. He did that. You're just like oh it really surprises you. Yeah i don't know what to say. I mean i i i. I play around with this. This sort of major minor thing. What else do i do. I do all kinds things over the place. Well you kinds of things that a lot of pop bands didn't do i mean the beatles it some of it but a lot of chromatic things like changes sure sarah smiles got a lot of diminished chords in it. Not just as passing tones and I mean they're very it kind of surprise me and i realize well this is why these songs just they sound different than i would say pop songs not not from soul.
"daryl hall" Discussed on Broken Record
"daryl hall" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Appointment I heart radio goes one on one with Daryl Hall as he flashes back to give us some insight on the private eyes video from back in the day. So we're up there and I'm looking at the stupid video and they have a jumping around with these stupid suits on And I thought it was a joke. I thought the whole thing was a joke on then, all I could think of was I got to get up in the morning about two hours Sleep and I got to go to Cincinnati. That's what I was thinking that if you look at me singing private eyes, that's what was going on in my head. And the other thing I can tell you about that video is the T Bone woke was the first video that he had ever done. And he said, What do I do? What do I do? I said you'd be the guy that just stands there and doesn't do anything. So if you look at that video, you just seem to pose to go on like this. That's what I told him to do. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Daryl Hall and all your favorite artists. I heart radio. Did you know Presented by I Heart radio. You know what you're listening to right now. Did you know that I heard radio not only let you listen to all your favorite AM FM stations locally and nationwide for free, but I heart radio also let you build your own personalized stations based around your favorite artists. We call it artist radio. Let us build you a customized station just for you with the least amount of work Step one type in the name of your favorite artist step to tap play. We'll take it from there and automatically billed US station based on the best music from that artist and other similar artists. It's really that easy On best of all our artists radio is presented with limited commercial interruptions. Unlike Pandora, where your personal stations air constantly being interrupted, If you want to take matters into your own hands, you can skip songs You don't like. You can thumb up and down songs to help personalize the station to your exact taste. And best of all, artist radio is free. Check it out. Today Search your favorite artists hit play and we'll take it from there. I heart radio number one for music, radio and podcasting. All in one app. I hired free Way. News Radio TIMES 7 24 Now in Colorado's Morning news today, Day two of the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump, Colorado's on congressman.
"daryl hall" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"daryl hall" Discussed on 600 WREC
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John Oates of Hall & Oates says he slept with ‘thousands’ of women during the ‘70s: ‘I’ve lost track’
"Wait John it's the says he has slept with thousands of women hi this is exciting to me thousands of women why that exciting hall and Oates I mean you want to know that they're getting their freak on yeah they definitely where he said I'm sure it was thousands I've lost track he's seventy one years old and he said if you didn't live through the seventies and eighties if you weren't a rock star during that time there's no way you can comprehend what it was like there were no cellphones and people taking pictures of everything you did there was no social media it was much more innocent he said I used to meet girls in various towns and sort of have a relationship I might see them and then see them six months later he said he never had a drug problem he says coke was ubiquitous Daryl hall and I never had our issues with it because we never did it I tried it back in the studio fifty four days and it made me feel so uncomfortable but I couldn't do it it just wasn't my thing I mean and isn't that a blessing when you think about it it is I would just like to pay very close attention to the language he used because he said we never did it and then he talks about when he did how we did it we just need you didn't do it more than one yeah I tried it yeah and then he didn't really do it but I just world to know you can't undo it once you're doing that's true he did say both Terrel and I knew that we were going to be musicians for the rest of our lives and the only way for us to be musicians for the rest of our lives was to keep our bleep together they did suffer with issues with money mismanagement at one point John out says that he had homes in New York Connecticut an aspen hit an airplane hit a garage full of vintage cars but he had no cash he had no money well he said it's embarrassing me to realize that I should have been more aware and knowledgeable of what was going on but I was swept up in being a pop star it was too easy to party to play my music and then he sold everything but kept his condo in aspen he moved to start fresh she remarried had a son and said that that financial hardship really helped him because he was able to move forward and just be so much more responsible going