What people said about leejohnson’s jam She's Gone

12 Comments (since 24 Mar 2013)

7 years, 7 days ago

leejohnson

Soulful performance from Daryl Hall and John Oates of their 1976 hit, which flew to number 5 in the US Billboard charts and peaked at a creditable number 30 in the UK - not bad for a first chart entry of many which would appear over the following years, and also given the increasing dominance of disco over pure soul at this time. Their best times would follow in the Eighties, but for now they had set their footprints in the music business. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hall_%26_Oates

7 years, 7 days ago

MsSue

A lot of soul!

7 years, 7 days ago

leejohnson

Us Johnsons like our souls ... no! That doesn't sound right, that last bit! We like soul - that is all!

7 years, 7 days ago

BeeBee

Have you checked out "At Daryl's House" on YouTube ? Full of gorgeous renditions of their songbook!

7 years, 7 days ago

gillmaxwell

love love love it. Always did, always will, Lee. Like Bee Bee I'm a huge fan of Live from Daryl's house. Some sublime versions of H and O songs AND SOME.

7 years, 7 days ago

lynn200

nice...

7 years, 7 days ago

Deborah

Guilty pleasure... a drink and a quick decision.

7 years, 7 days ago

ScreeamingMimi

Nice one, Lee

7 years, 6 days ago

mlong3rdfl

probably the least guilty of H&O pleasures, actually!

7 years, 6 days ago

Sid_Bonkers

@BeeBee I was going to jam something from Daryl's House, I have it on my "Jam List"... Great jam Lee.

7 years, 5 days ago

ken1

@Deborah No need to feel guilty. Hall and Oates do blue eyed soul at it's very best.

7 years, 5 days ago

gillmaxwell

Daryl's House is class. Puts terrestrial music broadcasting in the UKE to shame.