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Live from Daryl's House Part 19 (WebRip)
Daryl Hall looks back to a year-and-a-half of Live From Daryl's House with retrospective, performing influential covers.
19th edition of landmark webshow features highlights from first 18 episodes, with Daryl performing songs that formed his musical roots
NEW YORK, May 11, 2009 - A year and a half ago, Daryl Hall launched his monthly webshow Live From Daryl's House with an eye towards opening up the music-making process to his fans by collaborating with both established artists who've had an impact on his music and new artists that have, in turn, been influenced by him. This month, Daryl takes a look back at the previous 18 episodes, featuring musical highlights and behind-the-scenes anecdotes, in a brand-new episode which debuts May 15 at www.livefromdarylshouse.com, where it can be seen along with archived footage of past episodes.
"It's been an incredible run so far, and this is just the beginning," says Daryl about the experience. "This has been one of the most rewarding musical experiences of my life working with all these different people and sharing it with the world."
In addition, Daryl takes a trip down his own musical memory lane, playing a set of songs with longtime collaborator T-Bone Wolk that formed his own musical roots, including incredible covers of Ruby and the Romantics' aching "Our Day Will Come," Paul Butterfield's blues classic "In My Own Dream" Bob Dylan's "You're a Big Girl," from Blood on the Tracks, The Four Deuces' doo-wop novelty hit, "WPLJ" ("White Port and Lemon Juice"), which gave the N.Y. station its name and was later covered by Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention, and Gladys Knight and the Pips' "Neither One of Us," from Daryl Hall and John Oates' Our Kind of Soul album.
Sitting around with his band, Daryl talks about previous episodes of the groundbreaking web series, including how he discovered guitarist/songwriter Monte Montgomery on YouTube playing an incredible version of "Sara Smile," then invited him to play it with them on the show.
Past episodes of Live from Daryl's House have featured a mix of well-known performers like The Doors, Nick Lowe, K.T. Tunstall, Gym Class Heroes' Travis McCoy, Finger Eleven's James Black and Rick Jackett and the Bacon Brothers, along with newcomers such as Philly soul singer Mutlu, Canadian techno-rockers Chromeo, MySpace pop-rock phenom Eric Hutchinson, Cash Money rocker Kevin Rudolf, Wind-up Records' Chicago rockers Company of Thieves and Bay Area singer/songwriter Matt Nathanson.
Live from Daryl's House started with Daryl's "light-bulb moment" idea of "playing music with my friends and putting it up on the Internet," and the show has subsequently been praised by such varied publications as Rolling Stone, Daily Variety, Yahoo and the influential Lefsetz Letter.