Livetime

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Livetime
Hall Oates Livetime.jpg
Live album by Hall & Oates
Released May 16, 1978
Recorded December 8, 1977
Venue Hersheypark Arena, Philadelphia, U.S.A[1]
Genre Pop, rock
Length 38:50
Label RCA
Producer Mark Pines, Bernard Yervanian
Hall & Oates chronology
Beauty on a Back Street
(1977)
Livetime
(1978)
Along the Red Ledge
(1978)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic[2] 2/5 stars link

Livetime is a live album from 1978 by musical group Hall & Oates.

The concert was recorded in Hershey, Pennsylvania in late 1977 not far from Pottstown, Pennsylvania where Hall lived during his teenage years. Former Elton John Band members Caleb Quaye, Kenny Passarelli and Roger Pope were band musicians on this tour.

Daryl Hall is infamous for being heard asking the crowd at the end of the song "Sara Smile," "How come you didn't like me when I was a teenager?"

Track listing[edit]

Side One
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Rich Girl" Hall 3:36
2. "The Emptyness" Oates 3:47
3. "Do What You Want, Be What You Are" Hall, Oates 6:56
4. "I'm Just a Kid (Don't Make Me Feel Like a Man)" Oates 5:29
Side Two
No. Title Writer(s) Length
5. "Sara Smile" Hall, Oates 8:01
6. "Abandoned Luncheonette" Hall 6:08
7. "Room to Breathe" Sara Allen, Hall 4:47
Total length: 38:50

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