Earl Thomas | Unplugged At Caffe Calabria

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Unplugged At Caffe Calabria

by Earl Thomas

Earl Thomas at his best performing live in the roasting room at Caffe Calabria in San Diego for an intimate invitation only audience. Bare boned authenticity strengthened by by an unassuming and undeniable honesty.
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Welcome remarks by Arne Holt
1:35 $0.99
2. Introduction to Earl by Keith Madison Miller, DJ
2:23 $0.99
3. Ode To Billy Joe
8:20 $0.99
4. Give Me One Reason
5:48 $0.99
5. Git Me Some
6:20 $0.99
6. Just Another Day
4:15 $0.99
7. Maybe The Next Life
5:31 $0.99
8. I Don't Need
5:53 $0.99
9. Nothing Left To Lose
5:34 $0.99
10. Do You Remember?
3:36 $0.99
11. Special Loving
6:33 $0.99
12. I Smell Trouble Medley/Look On Yonder Wall/Crossroad Blues
6:12 $0.99
13. Look On Yonders Wall
4:08 $0.99
14. Crossroad Blues
1:28 $0.99
15. They Have A Big Statue Of Jefferson Davis...
1:24 $0.99
16. Rednecks
0:48 $0.99
17. Co-dependency
0:30 $0.99
18. My Parents Relationship
0:37 $0.99
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Album Notes
Earl Thomas presents the second in his Coffeehouse Show series. “Unplugged At Caffe Calabria” was recorded live “in the roasting room” at San Diego’s Caffe Calabria, in front of an intimate invitation only crowd of 150 people.

Unplugged At Caffe Calabria captures the Earl Thomas’ bare bones authenticity, strengthened by an unassuming and undeniable elemental honesty that is apparent from the opening number to the final song on the record. Hine Andersen’s guitar playing is locked in and needs no rhythm section as he transmits a stunning range of textures without sacrificing the music’s open spaces.

The first track, a cover of Bobbie Gentry’s “Ode To Billy Joe”, in the hands of Earl Thomas, is among the most raw, tender, and achingly honest five minutes of misbegotten loss to ever transfix an audience. The song sets the tone for the rest of the evening where Earl and Hina take their audience of seventy-five guests on a journey through the highs and lows of life’s realities. And the audience is with them all the way. Hina’s guitar playing, a hybrid of finger picking and soul-inspired rhythm with shades of rock & roll, is the center around which the vocal situates itself and Earl’s vocal phrasing and craft are...

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