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Old 02-10-2013, 07:59 AM   #1
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Hard to believe Mr. Hall is 67 and still as good as ever.

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Hard to believe Mr. Hall is 67 and still as good as ever.

Yes he is - I've seen several of his episodes - very good.
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Yes, I stumbled on to his show just a few weeks ago. Watched him and Todd Rungren perform at Todd's house. What a neat thing, to love entertaining and music so much. Got the series recording now!
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The two episodes with Todd Rundgren are my favorites, but I also enjoyed Nick Waterhouse very much. The one with Cee Lo Green was also really good....I didn't realize Cee Lo could sing so well.
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Thanks for the correct spelling! I will watch for those episodes.

I saw Todd way back in 1973, in Phoenix. While singing, he came down from the stage into the audience, went down on the floor on hands and knees, and started crawling under peoples seats, row after row. People popping up out of their seats as he went by. Everybody really enjoyed that show!
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Thanks for the correct spelling! I will watch for those episodes.

I saw Todd way back in 1973, in Phoenix. While singing, he came down from the stage into the audience, went down on the floor on hands and knees, and started crawling under peoples seats, row after row. People popping up out of their seats as he went by. Everybody really enjoyed that show!
You can go to the site and watch the episodes at your leisure. I too enjoy this series. Great musicianship. (Speaking of great musicianship, I also DVR "The Marty Stuart Show" on RFD. That guy especially, and his band in general, is just too dang talented.)

BTW, two of my favorite Rundgren albums are Faithful and With a Twist. I think I'll put in that latter CD now; it makes for great Sunday morning listening. Have you heard it?
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Wow, thanks for tip. I booked marked his site.
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Wow, thanks for tip. I booked marked his site.
I agree with the above poster that the Cee Lo Green (Episode 52) is a good one. So is Episode 57 with Rumer. Here's the link to the entire episode archive. It's interesting to me how they can take a song that they do repeatedly in these episodes--such as I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)--and create a fresh version with each guest.
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I saw Hall and Oates in concert a few years ago in Austin, TX. Brought back great memories and it was an excellent performance. I'm keeping my eye open for another opportunity to see them in the flesh.
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The Joe Walsh one is really good. He's an interesting character now that he has been sober.
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You can go to the site and watch the episodes at your leisure. I too enjoy this series. Great musicianship. (Speaking of great musicianship, I also DVR "The Marty Stuart Show" on RFD. That guy especially, and his band in general, is just too dang talented.)

BTW, two of my favorite Rundgren albums are Faithful and With a Twist. I think I'll put in that latter CD now; it makes for great Sunday morning listening. Have you heard it?
Have not heard it. I'm going to check it out on ITunes. Thanks Birdie!
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