By Peter Graff LONDON, March 25 (Reuters) - It's a rainy Friday afternoon stuck in traffic with the windshield wipers slapping back and forth, and Barry Hyde, lead singer of the British rock group The Futureheads, grins as he tears through the band's latest hit. "Very nice," says the audience of one, our cab driver. "You have a lovely voice, Barry." Welcome to the Black Cab Sessions, the most intimate concert series ever filmed, bringing some of the biggest bands in Britain to the ...
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