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I Can't Go for That: VIDEO


A groovin' cover for anyone who loves some Hall & Oates.


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  1. Awesome...Thanks for sharing Andy!

    Have a great day and smiles

    Posted by: Mickey | Mar 28, 2012 2:26:06 PM

  2. Oh, did I need that today!!! I smiled through the whole thing. I'm ready to do something nice for someone. Can we have more happy- making and less bitterness? I'm going to try.
    Thanks Andy.

    Posted by: PAUL B. | Mar 28, 2012 2:37:40 PM

  3. I first saw this on Saturday when they were at 7 thousand views on Youtube. Now they are up around 250 thousand! Just love it. Also check out their awesome cover of Linda Rondstat's You're No Good.

    Posted by: secretagentman | Mar 28, 2012 2:51:52 PM

  4. Nice, but I kept wanting the driver to focus on the road rather than her vocals or kazoo.

    Posted by: scott | Mar 28, 2012 2:54:10 PM

  5. We all need a little more kazoo in music these days.

    @ Scott I think they're sitting in the four back seats of a (mini)van and there's someone driving and a passenger in the front taping.

    Posted by: Dr.Theopolis | Mar 28, 2012 3:29:34 PM

  6. I could go for the guitar player.

    Posted by: Stephen | Mar 28, 2012 4:11:36 PM

  7. Hall and Oats are brilliant queens who invented a whole new music genre. It's no surprise that this is good. You could play any of their songs with your arm pit and it would sound great.

    Posted by: Wilberforce | Mar 28, 2012 6:58:45 PM

  8. Wonderful.

    Posted by: TooBoot | Mar 28, 2012 7:02:23 PM

  9. Made my day. Thanks, Andy!

    Posted by: michael | Mar 28, 2012 7:24:15 PM

  10. I don't know what John Oates' orientation is, but Daryl Hall has been at least quietly bi for a couple decades. (Even as 14-year-old kid, I remember thinking the cover of the "H20" album was insanely, insanely hot, even if nothing was shown--it was all about the intensity and the implications.)

    Posted by: Dback | Mar 29, 2012 11:33:45 AM

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