Interview by Paul Zollo, Rock's Backpages Audio, 7 September 1993
The blonde half of Hall & Oates on his Soul Alone album; the influence of Philly soul, and Thom Bell in particular; writing songs with John Oates; his Sacred Songs album with Robert Fripp, and on such songs as 'Everytime You Go Away' and 'She's Gone'.
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see also Hall & Oates
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