Thursday, March 11, 2010

Giveaway: Who Loves Hall & Oates, Bird and the Bee, & an AMAZING Tribute Album??

How can we start explaining how incredible this soon to be released album is. . .

On March 23rd, The Bird and the Bee's Interpreting The Masters Volume 1: A Tribute To Daryl Hall And John Oates will undoubtedly be shaking music lovers up, making some major waves.

An album that is not only nostalgic in all the right ways, but perfectly opportune for the resurgence of sunshine - each track more wonderfully danceable and fun than the next.

Case in Point:

{Mp3} The Bird and the Bee - Private Eyes

If you are as smitten as we are with the concept and/or the track above, then you'll be happy to know that we have two copies of this album to give away :)

You will automatically be entered by simply adding a comment about your most favorite Hall & Oates song and why you love it.

Update! Silly us, we forgot to mention when the contest ends. We will announce the winner tomorrow (Tuesday, March 23rd), in honor of the album's official release date.

Another Update! Winners are Erin and Heidi - please send me your home addresses, so we can have the album sent you!

Good Luck! xo

7 comments:

Erin said...

My favorite Hall and Oates song is:

"You've Lost that Loving Feeling".

I remember my mom playing the Hall and Oates "Greatest Hits" cassette tape in the car when I was really little. I always got so excited when this song came on. I love the part of the song when they sing "Baby, baby...I get down on my knees for you" I would ask my mom to rewind the song back to the beginning so I could listen to it all over again.

Suzanne said...

That's a tough call but I am going to have to go wtih "Rich Girl" and John Oates' mustache for the win.

Heidi Robb said...

Might have to go with Wait for Me. I get goofy working for hours all alone in the kitchen, so I'll turn it up and sing "LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LA LADY!" as loud as humanly possible and crack myself up. You'd have to be there. Really.

Mel said...

"She's Gone" no doubt.

Pamela said...
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Pamela said...

"You Make My Dreams" is a winner!
How can this lyric not resonate? "What I want you got, and it might be hard to handle; Like a flame that burns the candle, the candle feeds the flame"

NSTROMAN said...

"You Make My Dreams Come True". Reminds me of when I lived in Seattle and some friends and I went to see a burlesque show. At the end of the show, they put on Hall & Oates greatest hits disc in the bar and when this song came on, my friend stood up on top of the booth and started dancing. Yes, some pink martinis were involved, but still everytime I hear the song, I think of that night and smile! LOL (and was thrilled to see the same song make up the dance sequence in 500 Days of Summer!)