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Episode 57:


"No can do" with Rumer on vocals with Daryl on the piano is simply elegant, and it produced the best version of this song. . . . classy and enjoyable, always. I keep returning to this when I am tire of listening to other musical events on the internet. . . .
- posted by rdericta - July 22, 2014
Great episode, I wish I could buy all the songs!
- posted by Pattiellen - July 8, 2014
Thank you Daryl for producing this high-caliber show. The Rumer episode is my favorite so far! I have watched it again and again. Rumer's voice is incredible. You two compliment each other well and I hope you have her back for a future show.
- posted by basketballmark - July 3, 2014
Soothing music. Sara Smile and No Can Do are both outstanding. Vocals of both Darryl and Rumer, the guitar, Darryl on piano and the rest of the band was tight as usual. Love it. Also the setting in that bright room, the camera work and the audio are top notch.
- posted by dtw - May 25, 2014
Of all the episodes, this one, especially "no can do" by far ranks as one, if not, the best episode ever. Rumers vocals, Paul's guitar and Daryl on piano are outstanding!
- posted by Chaz - May 15, 2014
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Fueled by the much-admired hit singles, “Slow” and “Aretha,” Rumer’s debut Seasons of My Soul was certified platinum upon its U.K. release in 2010, reaching Top 5 in Belgium, Norway, Ireland, New Zealand and the Netherlands, eliciting critical acclaim along the way. The U.S. release of the album was followed by a number of high-profile TV appearances, including NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, E! News, and CBS Sunday Morning. The latter feature instantly established Rumer as a major star, catapulting the album to #1 on the iTunes Store as well as both Amazon and Barnes & Noble’s digital albums charts. She recently appeared on the all-star PBS music special Burt Bacharach & Hal Davis: The Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song in Performance at the White House, performing for President and Mrs. Obama with Stevie Wonder, Sheryl Crow, Michael Feinstein, Diana Krall, Lyle Lovett and Arturo Sandoval, among others. Her cover of “A House is Not a Home” can be seen here.

Daryl was suitably impressed with the U.K. singer/songwriter. "Since having her on the show, I have spent some time with Rumer, and we have quickly become friends. She is an interesting and impressive combination of spirituality and down-to-earth 'centeredness' that gives her a unique perspective on what we all do as musicians and communicators. I think her seemingly 'smooth' style frames a very passionate view toward life. More power to her."

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