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Tokyo Rosenthal - Who Was That Man? album download
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Tokyo Rosenthal - Who Was That Man? album download

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Tokyo Rosenthal
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Who Was That Man?
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38:49
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Artist: Tokyo Rosenthal. Album: Who Was That Man, 2011. Music video of "Ann Marie", a song about Ann Marie Saccurato, a female boxer who overcame a near fatal auto crash to win multiple world boxing titles. Written and recorded by award winning singer - songwriter Tokyo Rosenthal, from his album, "Who Was That Man?". Photos by Mary Ann Owen. Video production by Carrie Klein. Tokyo Rosenthal- guitar, piano, vocals Chris Stamey- bass Will Rigby- drums Bobby Britt - fiddle Charlie Chamberlain - lead guitar.

Tokyo Rosenthal sets of "Mulberry Place. He says this is the first song he wrote for this album. It's based on the jet lag experience he had after flying overnight to the UK. The jet lag, combined with getting lost, trying to drive on the wrong side of the road, and having trouble with the hotel made him very unsettled. He found himself sitting in a cafe around noon and one woman in particular woman stood out for him. Tokyo say the anguish in the woman who was taking care of her handicapped daughter. Tokyo had read a story about a man who'd been hot so hard by the economic crash that he'd attemtped suicide. Tokyo was so moved by the story he was compelled to write a song to voice the man's point of view. Calvin says this song feels like the cornerstone of the album. Tokyo talks about the video for the song that Nic Beery directed.

Artist: Tokyo Rosenthal. Album: Hundred Mile Man. Release year: 2017. Tokyo Rosenthal: best 2 tracks. Tokyo Rosenthal - Who's To Say What Might Have Been? Love Won Out, 2008 03:47. Tokyo Rosenthal - Still She Thanks God Ghosts, 2010 03:38. Artist: Tokyo Rosenthal.

Who Was That Man? 4:14.

So where is Tokyo Rosenthal in 2011? He began the year with a West Coast tour including his first live gig in Los Angeles in over ten years. That was followed by SXSW in Austin, Texas along with other Texas dates. But the much anticipated release of his fourth studio album, Who Was That Man?, happened on May 1st. Joined once again by Chris Stamey on bass and production, Tokyo’s new tunes grabbed Americana fans the world over as it reached 5 on both the FAR Chart and the Alternate Roots Chart as well as on the Euro Americana Chart.

Album · 2015 · 10 Songs. Afterlife Tokyo Rosenthal. Listen on Apple Music. Who Was That Man. 2011.

The last album with Tokyo was a nice album in the same vein as James Taylor and Jackson Browne but with a nice touch of alt country. On the new album he left the westcoastsound and just concentrates on the americana sound and it's a pity cause this album doesn't give me that much to be honest. It'sunfait to say that it's bad. It's not. It's just another album in a genre where guys like Gram Parsons and John Prine is som much better.

Artist: Tokyo Rosenthal. Rosenthal sees similarities in his life today to the minstrels of 100 years ago. We go from gig to gig, often getting room and board, selling our wares, and of course performing our original tunes. Today we travel by car, back then by horse. The opening track, Hundred Mile Man drives along briskly, essentially asking the question What did I get myself into? while the poignant The Last Seder slowly proceeds to its aching conclusion. The entire album is peppered with a stellar crew of musicians including Chris Stamey of the dBs, pedal steel player Allyn Love and Latin American flautist Juanito Laguna. Backing Rosenthal on the live tracks are the Sap Boilers, Manguss, Charlie Chamberlain and Kieran O’Malley. What would you expect from a minstrel?

Tokyo Rosenthal, Category: Artist, Albums: This Minstrel Life, Afterlife, Tokyo's Fifth, Who Was that Man, Ghosts, Singles: Come a Little Bit Closer (feat. The Ohio Americana Rock Choir), Hundred Mile Man, Now I Believe There's a Devil, What Did I Used to Be?, Mister Tell Me 'Bout The Great Depression, Top Tracks: Come a Little Bit Closer (feat. The Ohio Americana Rock Choir), The Last Seder, Now I Believe There's a Devil, Smoke and Mirrors, The Librarian, Monthly Listeners: 40, Where People Listen: Amsterdam, London, Ottawa, Tilst, Hvidovre. Listen to Tokyo Rosenthal now. Listen to Tokyo Rosenthal in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Who Was That Man? Tokyo Rosenthal Tokyo Rosenthal 4:13
2 Saving or Suffocation Tokyo Rosenthal Tokyo Rosenthal 4:56
3 Maybe I've Been Where I'm Goin' Tokyo Rosenthal Tokyo Rosenthal 3:55
4 Black to Blue Tokyo Rosenthal Tokyo Rosenthal 4:12
5 Your 3rd Score Tokyo Rosenthal Tokyo Rosenthal 3:17
6 The Librarian Tokyo Rosenthal Tokyo Rosenthal 4:44
7 San Antone Tokyo Rosenthal Tokyo Rosenthal 2:59
8 Fresh Start Tokyo Rosenthal Tokyo Rosenthal 3:06
9 Ann Marie Tokyo Rosenthal Tokyo Rosenthal 4:44
10 Little Old Man Tokyo Rosenthal Tokyo Rosenthal 2:43