Loved this episode, love Aloe Blacc ever since I saw him perform "I Need a Dollar" on Conan O'Brian (Harmony, you should YouTube it), love the change-up on "Maneater." I am a little sad that they have actually left Daryl's House, they've done an ok job creating the set but it really lacks the intimacy, both during the music and at dinner time. I hope its not true that Daryl has given up on the show and just needs a break while touring with John (see you both in September).
- posted by Rene2 - April 28, 2016
Two favorites at the same time:) Could not be better!
- posted by rutolle - April 3, 2016
This is just great, absolute genius!
- posted by rhmaxwell - March 27, 2016
Wow! unbelievable. you got me wailing along with this version of Maneater. Totally enjoyed it. Thanks for all the gifts you have given us. Loved the concert in NC, please do come back. I love how you all enjoy what you do, that's what makes this music so doggone fine.
- posted by laces - March 14, 2016
Please Please Please record that version of Maneater with Aloe Black for purchase! Incredible! Love the show and the club.
Grammy Nominated Aloe Blacc released his major-label debut album Lift Your Spirit March 11th on XIX Recordings/Interscope Records where it debuted at #4 on the Billboard Top 200 chart. The set follows up Blacc’s collaboration as vocalist and co-writer on well-known DJ/producer Avicii’s track “Wake Me Up,” a song that hit the Top 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #1 on its Hot Dance Club Songs and Dance/Electronic Songs charts, as well as topping charts in more than 100 countries. Blacc’s single “The Man” topped the charts and with more than 2.4 million singles sold. Blacc spent the summer out on a U.S. tour with Bruno Mars in support of Lift Your Spirit and made his acting debut in “Get On Up,” the James Brown biopic. To learn more about Aloe Blacc, visit www.aloeblacc.com and follow him on Twitter (@aloeblacc).