Daryl Hall & John Oates ‘Live at the Troubadour’ Coming on 2-CD/3-LP Format 11/26 (Pre-Order)

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In 2008, Daryl Hall & John Oates released Live at the Troubadour, an album of performances from the legendary West Hollywood venue that same year, a hit-filled performance of classic tracks from the beloved pop/rock duo.

Until now, the album hasn’t yet been released on vinyl, but on Nov. 26 it will be revisited as a 3-LP set, in addition to a 2-CD edition.

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More on Live at the Troubadour, per a news release:

John Oates explains: “Playing the Troubadour in LA has been a “rite of passage” for live musicians for 64 years and Daryl and I played our first show there opening for the late great Harry Chapin in 1973. Over the years I always loved seeing shows and hanging out there with musicians and friends…returning to play again in 2008 was a full circle moment for me and the vibe was amazing.”

‘Live At The Troubadour’ was initially released in CD and DVD format in 2008, however this is the first time the album will be available for fans in vinyl format – and it’s sounding bigger, better and more iconic than ever! This release adds to Daryl Hall and John Oates’ extensive and highly successful discography, which is still resonating with existing and new fans across the globe.

Reflecting on the recorded shows, Daryl Hall whimsically adds; “It’s always interesting to return to the scene of the crime.”

And the track listing for the 3-LP edition:

A1 – Everything Your Heart Desires
A2 – When the Morning Comes
A3 – Family Man

B1 – Say It Isn’t So
B2 – It’s Uncanny
B3 – Had I Known You Better Then
B4 – She’s Gone

C1 – Getaway Car
C2 – Cab Driver

D1 – One on One
D2 – Sara Smile
D3 – Maneater

E1 – Out of Touch
E2 – I Can’t Go for That
E3 – Rich Girl

F1 – Kiss on My List
F2 – You Make My Dreams
F3 – Abandoned Luncheonette
F4 – Private Eyes

You can stream the live album now, in fact, via Spotify:

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