Live At The Apollo (Hall & Oates Album)

Live At The Apollo (Hall & Oates Album)

Live at the Apollo is an album by Daryl Hall & John Oates released in 1985, recorded live at the Apollo Theater in New York. It is subtitled "With David Ruffin & Eddie Kendrick", of The Temptations-fame. The album is a mixture of their classics and some then-current songs by Hall & Oates. A VHS video of this concert with a different running order was released in 1987.

In July 1985, Daryl Hall, John Oates, Eddie Kendricks and David Ruffin appeared together at Live Aid, a few months before this album was released.

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