How Hall & Oates’s Daryl Hall Has Made a Comeback — New York Magazine

“Craziness” and “chaos” aren’t the first words that spring to many minds at the mention of the phrase “Hall & Oates.” In fact, the duo has recently become a cultural Rorschach test. In the last five years, new media and morphing demographics have changed the longtime perception of Hall & Oates as a symbol of slick, overproduced eighties pop to, variously, great American songsmiths on a par with Lerner and Loewe, master studio craftsmen who wrought our very sonic firmament, and—to a broad and fervid demographic—the epitome of True Pop Values.

via How Hall & Oates’s Daryl Hall Has Made a Comeback — New York Magazine.

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