“the fact that the record is full of songs talking about Aleister Crowley and Celtic druidism is downright crazy”

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The Dream of the '80s Is Alive in Hall & Oates—Ashley Naftule, New Times

Take a listen to Hall’s Sacred Songs solo LP sometime. Recorded toward the end of the ’70s, he collaborated with Robert Fripp to produce a great record. If the idea of Daryl Friggin’ Hall working with a guitar-warping weirdo like Fripp (who usually moonlights with David Bowie and Brian Eno) seems unreal enough, the fact that the record is full of songs talking about Aleister Crowley and Celtic druidism is downright crazy.