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Tokyo Rosenthal | Come a Little Bit Closer

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Come a Little Bit Closer

by Tokyo Rosenthal

Tokyo Rosenthal, along with The Ohio Americana Rock Choir (JD Eicher, The Labra Bros.,Ryan Humbert), put a new and "rootsier" spin on this classic. It also features Allyn Love on dobro, Chris Stamey on bass, and David DiGiuseppe on Accordion.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Come a Little Bit Closer (feat. The Ohio Americana Rock Choir)
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Album Notes
Tokyo Rosenthal began covering this classic tune at "gigs" many years ago. Recently, while touring in Ohio, his agent heard him play it and Tokyo mentioned that he had contemplated covering it as a single someday. Next thing he knew, they launched a plan for "Toke" to cover and record "Come a Little Bit Closer" and have a group of Ohio musicians sing on the chorus. Toke had the "stems" of the recording sent up to an Ohio studio where a group of locals, including JD Eicher, the Labra Brothers, and Ryan Humbert sang on the chorus. The results were great!

Toke's version of this tune is "rootsier" then the original recording by Jay and the Americans, and features Allyn Love on dobro, Chris Stamey on Bass and David DiGiuseppe on accordion. Tokyo rounds it out on acoustic guitar, percussion, and lead vocals. The song is scheduled to "drop" on Valentine's Day 2019 as the song has a romantic slant to it.



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