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A cheesy throwback to a simpler time.

Nat Allister
A review of "Come and Meet Me" by David Lane
Written March 16th, 2017, 12:49 pm by

Nat Allister FROM Fox & Beggar Theater Inc.

SongLadder Editor
This adorable song tells the story of make-believe under an apple tree, or at least, a request for a girl to accompany the singer into the lands of make believe under an apple tree. The song is mostly made of harmonized, doo-wap vocals, minimally accompanied by a soft guitar and a couple players of the "mouth kazzoo" (give it a listen and you'll know what I'm talking about). The song sounds a little bit like alt-folk artist William Oldham, aka Bonnie Prince Billy, or even certain songs from storyteller-rockers The Decemberists (who happen to be my favorite band). The harmonies could use just a little bit of tweaking to get them just right, but all in all, the song is a wonderful and warm flashback to childhood, or a pre-Information Age Americana in which entertainment was created in backyards using nothing more than imagination. Thanks for this, David.

"Come and Meet Me" is reminiscent of well-known artists such as

Bonnie Prince Billy

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