Daryl Hall and John Oates were a ’70s and ’80s extension of the Righteous Brothers’ “blue-eyed soul,” producing 29 Top 40 hits over 14 years. Their first hits were soulful ballads like “Sara Smile” and “She’s Gone.” During the ’80s, their hits tended toward techno-pop, with several recording utilizing cheap sounding drum machines, often with intriguing results. Mickey Curry is the drummer on “Maneater” (#1 in 1982), playing against the drum machine.
Maneaterby Hall & Oates
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