Abandoned Luncheonette - Personnel

Personnel

  • Daryl Hall – Mandolin, piano, electric piano, keyboards, vocals
  • John Oates – Acoustic guitar, wah-wah guitar, electric guitar, vocals
  • Christopher Bond – Mellotron, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, synthesizer, Howling guitar
  • Hugh McCracken – electric guitar
  • Steve "Fontz" Gelfand – Bass
  • Bernard Purdie – Drums
  • Ralph MacDonald – Percussion
  • Joe Farrell – Oboe, tenor saxophone
  • Jerry Ricks – Acoustic guitar
  • Rick Marotta – Drums, percussion
  • Steven "Sticks Douglas" Moore – Drums, percussion (Vocals)
  • Gordon Edwards – Bass
  • Pancho Morales – Conga
  • Pat Rebillot – Organ
  • Richard Tee – Piano
  • Gloria Agostini – Harp
  • John Blair – Vitar electric violin
  • Marvin Stamm- Flugelhorn
  • Larry Packer – Fiddle
  • Marc Horowitz – Banjo
  • Arif Mardin – Bass (Vocal), Horn & String Arrangements,
  • Daryl Hall, John Oates, Franklin Hohl, Kathy Mae Hohl, Ronald & Donald Wanner, Christian Bond, Sandy Allen, Greg Fulginiti, and Arif Mardin – Humanity Chorus on "Abandoned Luncheonette"

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