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Episode 73:
Kitty, Daisy & Lewis


Great job Daryl!!! You are the number one!!!! Please come to Italy!!!!
- posted by Ivanrocker - October 2, 2015
Have to agree with BakerDc, it was a bit like amateur hour, out of tune guitar, erratic timing and poor singing. (The guests of course, not Daryl and the band) Sacred songs was obviously the best track, I am in the UK and Kitty Daisy and Lewis are not well known here so I have to question their inclusion on such a great show. Who picks the guests? Let's have a return to the normal high standard please Daryl.
- posted by Nightfly - September 29, 2015
This is one of my favorite episodes, I am now a huge Kitty Daisy and Lewis fan! Thank you Daryl for all the great music... love the show.
- posted by greeturn - September 17, 2015
I really enjoyed this segment, and it was a nice change of pace. Thanks.
- posted by Ksscooter - September 16, 2015
Promesas tan solo, coincido bastante con Baker.El Ranchíto de Daryl está decayendo....
- posted by pumarin - September 16, 2015
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Kitty, Daisy & Lewis
London siblings Kitty, Daisy & Lewis Durham are talented songwriters/musicians whose background is rooted in the tradition where songs are handed down and sung at family gatherings, playing any instrument they lay their hands on.
Their songs are an eclectic mix up of Pop, R'n'B & Blues, Psychedelic Rock, Soul, Country, Jazz and Ska.

They have sold over a quarter of a million albums worldwide and sold out headline tours and have opened shows for major bands including Coldplay, Stereophonics...
From a very young age they have been inspiring audiences, picking up an impressive fan base from Amy Winehouse and Eagles Of Death Metal to David Lynch and Dustin Hoffman.

At their packed shows, they each take turns on vocals and jump from one instrument to another.
 Joining them on stage are their mum former Raincoats drummer Ingrid Weiss on bass, the original Bombay Bad Boy Daddy Grazz on rhythm guitar, and Jamaican trumpet legend Eddie Tan Tan Thornton.

KD&L have spent the last three years writing songs and building a new analogue studio in a derelict Indian restaurant in Camden Town.
Once they got their hands on their new studio space and 16 track tape recorder,
they knew that they wanted to take the third album to another level with the songwriting/instrumentation/styles/production/sound.

An early fan, Mick Jones of The Clash, was keen to get involved, and as producer he immediately started weekly rehearsals with KD&L in their home, learning and playing the songs, as he had done when working with The Libertines.
In practice Jones became a new band member during the months of rehearsing, and guests on a couple of tracks.

In the summer of 2014, they recorded a unique, self-penned third studio album that sets them apart from anything else today.
The stories in this album resonate with moods and melodies that touch you in ways that are both uplifting and unnerving.

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