Legacy Recordings announced the forthcoming release of the first-ever Daryl Hall solo retrospective, BeforeAfter, on April 1. 

The two-disc set spans all five of Hall’s solo albums and features 30 tracks ranging from 1980’s Sacred Songs to 2011’s Laughing Down Crying. The collection includes six never-released performances from the web and television series Live From Daryl’s House, featuring Todd Rundgren, Dave Stewart and Monte Montgomery.  

The forthcoming release date coincides with Hall’s first solo tour in over a decade. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer will perform on historic stages like Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn. and Carnegie Hall in New York City. See the complete set of tour dates below.

The two-disc set will be available across all digital platforms on Friday, April 1. Pre-order BeforeAfter here

Before After Track list:

Disc One:

1.  Dreamtime

2.  Babs and Babs

3.  Foolish Pride

4.  Can’t Stop Dreaming

5.  Here Comes The Rain Again (Live From Daryl’s House) with Dave Stewart

6.  Someone Like You

7.  Talking to You (Is Like Talking to Myself)

8.  Sacred Songs

9.  Right as Rain

10.  Survive

11.  North Star (Live From Daryl’s House) with Monte Montgomery

12.  In My Own Dream (Live From Daryl’s House)

13.  NYCNY

14.  What’s Gonna Happen to Us

Disc Two:

1.  Love Revelation

2.  Fools Rush In

3.  I’m in a Philly Mood

4.  Send Me

5.  Justify

6.  Borderline

7.  Stop Loving Me, Stop Loving You

8.  Eyes for You (Ain’t No Doubt About It)

9.  The Farther Away I Am

10. Why Was It So Easy

11.  Can We Still Be Friends (Live From Daryl’s House) with Todd Rundgren

12. Cab Driver

13.  Our Day Will Come (Live From Daryl’s House)

14.  Laughing Down Crying (Live From Daryl’s House)

15.  Problem with You (Live From Daryl’s House)

16.  Neither One of Us (Wants To Be the First to Say Goodbye) (Live From Daryl’s House)

Daryl Hall East Coast Tour Dates

April 1 – Auditorium Theatre – Chicago, Ill. ^

April 3 – Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, Tenn. ^

April 5 – Atlanta Symphony Hall – Atlanta, Ga. ^

April 7 – MGM Northfield Park – Northfield, Ohio ^

April 9 – The Met Philadelphia – Philadelphia, Pa. ^

April 11 – Orpheum Theatre – Boston, Mass. ^

April 14 – Carnegie Hall – New York, N.Y. ^

April 16 – The Theatre at MGM National Harbor – National Harbor, Md. ^ 

^ w/ Todd Rundgren