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Golddust Magic

by Thomas Earl

VINTAGE FOLK/ACOUSTIC MUSIC - "THE REAL THING" - Blend together James Taylor, Gordon Lightfoot, Tom Rush and an acoustic/solo Neil Young and you get a sense of Thomas' music.
Genre: Folk: Fingerstyle
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  Song Share Time Download
1. On My Way
3:32 $0.99
2. Fly
3:08 $0.99
3. For Always
2:16 $0.99
4. Girl With the Blue Green Eyes
3:49 $0.99
5. Intermezzo
1:35 $0.99
6. A Silence in Your Mind
3:35 $0.99
7. Time (Will Get You There)
2:46 $0.99
8. Lost in Her Dreams
2:24 $0.99
9. Tryin' to Say Goodbye
3:25 $0.99
10. Still Here in My Heart
2:50 $0.99
11. Golddust Magic
1:33 $0.99
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Album Notes
Singer/songwriter, Thomas Earl has just released his new CD “Golddust Magic”. The CD contains 11 new original songs. Thomas’ music reflects a wide range of artists that have influenced his career. From growing up listening to everyone from Mississippi John Hurt and Bill Monroe to Bob Dylan and James Tayor, Thomas clearly has influences rooted in folk music, with a touch of country. His music is acoustic based and you may hear elements of Gordon Lightfoot, Tom Rush, Neil Young, and James Taylor.

Thomas Earl’s musical journey began in a small town in Michigan outside of Ann Arbor, playing in small clubs with then unknown and aspiring musicians such as Joni Mitchell, John Hammond, Jim Kweskin and Maria Muldaur. He continued performing and writing, working both as a solo artist and with various folk, jug band and bluegrass groups. He served as both performer and concert promoter as he produced live music events in Michigan and Ohio. His music took him throughout the Midwest and to Europe, including writing music for a theatrical production tribute to the poet Langston Hughes. In the 1970s, along with a number of folk artists, he began a migration into rock and roll. His experiences included a brief brush with commercial success with a group called “The Woolies”, releasing a cover of “Who do you Love?”, as well as working in a group called, “The James K. Polk Memorial Rock Band”, who released a rock version of Jessie Collin Young’s “Four in the Morning”. As with many struggling musicians who grow into their twenties, Thomas ended up leaving the music industry and moving into a more traditional career in the corporate world. He always continued playing, performing, and writing music whenever he had the opportunity.

Three years ago, Thomas became re-inspired to begin focusing again on his music. Thomas, as most musicians, doesn’t like categorical boxes people try to place them in, but his music tends to drift between traditional folk and alt/ country…all with a natural acoustic instrument approach.

Thomas now makes his home in the Hudson Valley in New York.


For further information, including booking, contact Thomas Earl Productions at:

Golddust Magic

Produced by Scott Sharrard and Sean Dixon – Co-Produced and Engineered by Joe Johnson
Recorded and engineered at Gatehouse Studios and Red Wally Music – Cold Spring, New York

Thomas Earl: Acoustic guitars, vocals

Sean Dixon: Drums – tracks 3, 9; Percussion – tracks 1, 4, 6; Rhodes Piano – track 4; Hammond B-3 Organ – track 7; Bass guitar - tracks 3, 6,9.

Scott Sharrard: Lead Guitar – tracks 1, 6; Slide guitar – track 4: Hammond B-3 Organ –Tracks 1,4; Bass Guitar – Tracks 1,2,4

Jerry Krenach: Drums – Tracks 1,2,4.

CD Design by Flick Ford – Cover photo by Kay Sharrard
All Rights Reserved – Thomas Earl Productions –



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