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Daryl Hall - John Oates - Say It Isn't So mp3 album

Daryl Hall - John Oates - Say It Isn't So

Musician: Daryl Hall - John Oates
Album title: Say It Isn't So
Style: Pop Rock, Synth-pop
Released: 1983
Country: Netherlands
Size MP3 version: 1287 mb
Size APE version: 1519 mb
Size WMA version: 1946 mb
Rating ✫: 4.9
Votes: 266
Format: ADX WAV VOC DXD MMF TTA DTS
Genre: Electronic / Rock

Daryl Hall - John Oates - Say It Isn't So mp3 album

Daryl Hall - John Oates - Say It Isn't So mp3 album

Tracklist

A Say It Isn't So (Special Extended Dance Mix) 6:45
B1 Say It Isn't So (Dub Version) 4:47
B2 Kiss On My List 4:24

Credits

  • Co-producer – Bob Clearmountain (tracks: A, B1)
  • Engineer [Assistant Remix] – Melanie West (tracks: A, B1)
  • Engineer [Remix] – John "Tokes" Potoker* (tracks: A, B1)
  • Producer – Daryl Hall - John Oates*
  • Remix – Bob Clearmountain (tracks: B2), John "Jellybean" Benitez (tracks: A, B1)
  • Written-By – Daryl Hall, Janna Allen (tracks: B2)

Notes

From the "Rock 'n Soul Part 1" album, CPL1-4858

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PB-3654 Daryl Hall John Oates* Say It Isn't So / Kiss On My List ‎(7") RCA PB-3654 Netherlands 1983
PB 3654 Daryl Hall - John Oates* Say It Isn't So / Kiss On My List ‎(7") RCA Victor PB 3654 France 1983
PW 13679 Daryl Hall - John Oates* Say It Isn't So / Kiss On My List ‎(12", Single) RCA PW 13679 Italy 1983
DISCO - TEC 135 Daryl Hall John Oates* Say It Isn't So = Dí Que No Es Cierto ‎(12", Promo, Red) RCA Victor DISCO - TEC 135 Mexico 1984
PB-13654 Daryl Hall-John Oates* Say It Isn't So / Kiss On My List ‎(7") RCA PB-13654 Canada 1983



Mushicage
If you check out the music video, Hall and Oates are performing 'Say It Isn't So' using the 12" Jellybean remix. This is a testament to how good the dance mix is for 'Say It Isn't So.' I would say this is one of his best remixes from the 1980's.
Akinozuru
This is an *excellent* remix -- perhaps the best example of Jellybean Benitez's work. I bought this when I was six or seven years old at an indie record store in my hometown. Although it probably does sound a little dated, it holds up pretty well in 2005, and that's saying a lot for Hall & Oates. Anyway, the "Special Extended Dance Mix" is quite similar to the video version of the song and includes that awesome sax solo -- which wasn't in the actual single or album version. Easily a high point of both Hall & Oates and Jellybean's career.