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Episode 72:
Aaron Neville





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Soothing music for the soul. Thanks Daryl!
- posted by Diane57 - June 23, 2017
Aaron Neville - The true angel voice. Just fantastic! Yellow Moon is it. Great song. Everyone played so well. Got around to watching this now. Been busy but I am glad I tolk some time to watch the show. Great band. and that food looks GOOD! Wayne
- posted by Chromaticsongs - May 18, 2017
one of my all time favorite songs, with the addition of Aaron's great voice. Thanks for sharing! Enjoying this for one of many plays tonight. Great show by Hall and Oates in St. Louis last night!
- posted by aslucky - May 9, 2017
WOw!!!! Thats so cool... This was one of my Moms favorite songs. Shes been gone four years now, but it still hurts.:(
- posted by dtrujillo - August 19, 2016
Tell it like it is........be still my heart. Brought back a lot of good memories. Aaron sounds like he always does....fantastic ! It's amazing how you can just get together and sound so great. Love it, Daryl. From a Lyme sister.
- posted by catalpacove - August 18, 2016
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Aaron Neville
Having one of the most evocative and recognizable voices in American music, Aaron Neville is an international ambassador of New Orleans R&B, though his soaring falsetto sounds at home in many styles. Coming of age in the incredibly creative 1950s Crescent City R&B scene, Neville gained national attention with his 1966 hit “Tell It Like It Is,” the stirring ballad and #1 hit, as well as with the Wild Tchoupitoulas, a touring Mardi Gras celebration that led to the creation of the Neville Brothers band — an institution that would confirm Neville’s iconic status.

Over his four-time Grammy-winning solo career, Neville has scored a string of hits including “Tell It Like It Is,” memorable duets with Linda Ronstadt including "Don't Know Much" and a hugely popular cover of Main Ingredient’s “Everybody Plays the Fool.” With his latest album, Neville revisits the doo-wop music he grew up with, adding a few new spins along the way. My True Story, his first release for Blue Note Records, was co-produced by Blue Note President Don Was and Keith Richards and features a collection of twelve classic doo-wop numbers, performed in his utterly inimitable vocal style.

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