By Tom Sinclair
Updated August 27, 1993 at 04:00 AM EDT

Soul Alone

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  • Music

Daryl Hall and John Oates reigned supreme as kings of blue-eyed soul for most of the ’80s by streamlining their R&B leanings for mass consumption. But no formula works forever, and Hall has chosen to abandon the pop marketplace and aim specifically at the black listener with an album of well-crafted buppie readymades, Soul Alone. It’s official: He’s now an Urban Contemporary artist, which is kind of a drag. C

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Soul Alone

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