But, it is an awesome song from one of the underrated, lost albums of the 70s.
Give Abandoned Luncheonette a chance. H&O made some of the best and most credible white soul of the era.
This, the opening track, is one of my favorites. Total earworm.
Aaaaand, once you think you’re ready for it, brace yourself for a mind-blower with Daryl Hall’s 1977 (shelved til 1980) solo album, Sacred Songs. It’s produced by Robert Fripp—yes, THAT Robert Fripp—and it’s pretty fucking good and definitely not what a casual H&O listener would ever expect.
Here’s “NYCNY,” with music by Fripp and Lyrics by Hall.