The Bird and The Bee to release ‘Interpreting The Masters Volume 1: A Tribute To Daryl Hall and John Oates’ on March 23rd

Music News | Feb 12th, 2010

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The Bird and The Bee, the duo of singer Inara George and multi-instrumental/producer Greg Kurstin, are set to release Interpreting The Masters Volume 1: A Tribute To Daryl Hall And John Oates, on EMI’s Blue Note Records on March 23. The follow up to 2009’s Ray Guns Are Not Just The Future, the acclaimed band’s third full-length is a love letter to famed “rock and soul” duo Hall & Oates. The record features eight classic covers along with the original song “Heard It On The Radio.”

As the no-nonsense album title implies, the bird and the bee’s feelings about Hall & Oates aren’t framed with a wink or a cocked eyebrow. Their love for the music is genuine. With the intention of retaining the character of the original recordings, Interpreting The Masters carefully deciphers Hall & Oates complex musical craft, thus heightening their appreciation for Hall & Oates’ longstanding discography. The duo will also showcase the record with a performance at The El Rey in Los Angeles on March 5th.

The Track List is:

Heard It On The Radio
I Can’t Go For That
Rich Girl
Sara Smile
Kiss On My List
She’s Gone
Private Eyes
One on One

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