In the latest episode of his intriguing web music series, 'Live From Daryl's House', Philly R&B legend Daryl Hall travels to Hawaii to visit fellow Philly soft rock/prog rock icon Todd Rundgren and the two men play almost an entire gig's worth of songs together, including "I Saw The Light," "Everytime You Go Away" and, naturally, "Bang on the Drum," the latter of which is performed in a hazy, seated semi-circle outdoors with a belly-dancer.
Generally speaking, the show is centered around the idea of visiting artists stopping by Hall's own home recording studio to jam -- and the guest list has included such varied acts as Toots and the Maytalls, Smokey Robinson and Jose Feliciano -- but for this one, Daryl took on the additional hardship of leaving the mainland for Rundgren's jungle paradise. We suppose he decided 'I can go for that (yes can do),' after all.
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