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Episode 52:
Cee Lo Green

LFDH Nu-Soul Revue Tour

Thank you Daryl, artists and house band for doing this! I'm sure it's not really work, but for me, sitting here at my desk AT WORK, this really helps my day go by!
- posted by Annemarie_the_singer - January 14, 2015
Daryl, This show is so amazing! Your mash-ups with so many different artists is addicting to watch. My only wish is that we could purchase the mash-up songs either on iTunes or by CD! PLEASE work on this! Long story short...I would love to purchase so many of your jam sessions to listen to over and over. Thanks for the great tunes, keep up the good work and make them available for us to enjoy!
- posted by g2theH - December 10, 2014
This is one Daryl could take ownership of and be better than orignal
- posted by Bilmo - November 14, 2014
This is the American Jools Holland, it's fantastic.
- posted by dinopontino - November 7, 2014
Please keep this going. This is a true gift to so many many people. Daryl, we appreciate you and the team you've put together. We also appreciate all the study, work and discipline it takes to get these episodes so well done, each and every time. A lot of work. But you make millions of people on this planet happy. God Bless You! Stay well and happy. Thank you!
- posted by Parentheorial123 - August 31, 2014
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Cee Lo Green
The Atlanta-born Cee Lo Green (real name Thomas DeCarlo Callaway) first made his mark at 18 as a member of the Dirty South rap group Goodie Mob, part of a loose confederation of rappers known as the Dungeon Family which also included OutKast. He went on to appear on a track on Santana’s Grammy-winning Superenatural album with Lauryn Hill, “Do You Like the Way,” before releasing his debut solo album, Cee-Lo Green and His Perfect Imperfections, in 2002, followed by 2004’s Cee-Lo Green… Is the Soul Machine and 2010’s The Lady Killer. In 2007, he collaborated with producer Brian “Danger Mouse” Burton in Gnarls Barkley, with their debut album, St. Elsewhere, scoring two Grammys, including Best Alternative Music Album and Best Urban/Alternative Performance for “Crazy.” The duo also scored nominations for Best Album and Best Record of the Year. After seeing him perform on Saturday Night Live and the original Dutch version The Voice, producer Mark Burnett cast him as a judge on NBC’s U.S. music competition show, which has turned into a breakthrough hit. He’s currently working with his old pals in Goodie Mob (“For those who thought I lost my hip-hop chops, you are sadly mistaken,” he laughs) and recording a new solo album, Cee Lo Green is Everybody’s Brother.

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