Hall & Oates - She's Gone (lo-fi)

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"She's Gone" is a song written and originally performed by pop music duo Daryl Hall and John Oates. It was included on their 1973 album, Abandoned Luncheonette.

It was released as a single in 1974 and was moderately successful, peaking at #60 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart. Atlantic Records re-released a highly edited, remixed and more 'pop-radio-friendly' version of the song as a single two years later in 1976, after Hall & Oates had moved to RCA Records and had scored with the hit "Sara Smile." This time "She's Gone" was a hit, peaking at #7 on the Billboard Hot 100. On the R&B chart, the song peaked at #93.

John Oates spoke of the song in a 2009 interview with American Songwriter: "I sat down with the guitar and sang the chorus of 'She's Gone' basically the way that it is. Then I played it for Daryl because I didn't have anything else. It just happened. I said, 'Hey, I’ve got this really great chorus.' And we wrote the verses together. 'She’s Gone' is a song that endures."


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