I figured since it’s an “H2O To Go” weekend I would stick with that theme and choose a video in relation to that for the KOOL Kollective!

H2O was actually the eleventh album by Hall & Oates from 1982 and featured some great hits including “One On One,” “Maneater” and my favorite, “Family Man.” Of course, “Maneater” was the biggest hit of their career and peaked at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for four weeks.

“Family Man” was originally released as a single by Mike Oldfield and a year later, Hall & Oates re-recorded it and it became a hit in 1983 peaking at #6 on the Billboard charts.

The song is about a family man being solicited by a prostitute and he keeps resisting her. Enjoy! Here’s “Family Man” by Hall & Oates! xoxo


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