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    Hall and Oaks

    While channel surfing I came across HDNet is showing 2009 Live at the Troubadour Concert, With age these guys sound more soulful than ever, even the 80's pop hits have a more mellow tone, the rendition of each song is unique. Another telecast is at 12am 8-8-11, I going to DVR it since I came in during the middle.
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    I was a fan in the days and I saw Hall and Oates many times in concert. I still enjoy hearing them but not being reminded how much time has past.
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    Hall and Oaks?

    the Troubadour was good on sound quality, but i thought the show was a bit lackluster as much of their material doesnt seem to lend itself to an acoustic performance. i kept waiting for them to bring out the electric guitars but it never happened.
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