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Daryl Hall & John Oates | Live at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, LA – 1986 (Full Concert)


Daryl Hall and John Oates live at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana on May 18, 1986, for the Kodak Liberty Ride Festival to help raise money for restorations/repairs of the Statue of Liberty. This was their only concert between the end of the ‘Big Bam Boom’ tour in July 1985 and the beginning of the ‘Ooh Yeah’ tour in June 1988. This is also an updated version of my previous upload of this show. I have improved the quality greatly and decided that I will be reuploading a lot of my other concerts to make sure that they are the best quality possible and to make them flow smoothly when transitioning between songs of which the older ones are lacking. I enhanced the audio by adding compression, EQ, normalization, and hiss reduction.
You can watch my video of Huey Lewis and the News performing at this same benefit concert here: https://youtu.be/zh10kATNehM.

Featured Photo Credit: Bruce D. Henderson (www.bdh-photo.com)
| Timestamps:
0:00 – INTRO
0:21 – Dance On Your Knees
1:28 – Out Of Touch
6:21 – Family Man
11:52 – Say It Isn’t So
17:53 – Possession Obsession
23:54 – You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’
29:08 – I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do)
36:52 – Sara Smile
42:49 – Maneater
48:55 – Adult Education
57:50 – You Make My Dreams (Come True)

| Band Members:
Daryl Hall – Vocals, Keyboards, Guitar
John Oates – Guitar, Vocals
G.E. Smith – Guitar, Background Vocals
T-Bone Wolk – Bass, Background Vocals (R.I.P.)
Mickey Curry – Drums
Charlie DeChant – Saxophone, Synthesizers, Background Vocals
— Touring Members —
Mike Klavana, Wells Christy (Off-stage) – Synthesizers, Samples
Robby Kilgore – Keyboards on ‘Hot Fun In The Summertime’
Keith Merritt – Percussion
Lenny Pickett – Tenor Saxophone
Steve Elson – Baritone Saxophone
Mac Gollehon, Paul Litteral – Trumpet
Ray Anderson – Trombone

Hall and Oates Live 1986
Hall and Oates Live Louisiana Superdome 1986


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