Tom Munch | Down to Earth

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Down to Earth

by Tom Munch

A great celebration of songwriters performed in my own style. Some truly great tunes here.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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1. Baton Rouge
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2. High Sierra
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3. I'll Come Knockin'
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4. Early Summer Rain
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5. For Sentimental Reasons
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6. West Texas Wind
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7. Who Woulda Thunk It
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8. Angel Eyes
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9. The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly, from the film 'The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly'
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10. Wild Mountain Thyme
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11. Anybody Seen My Girl
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12. Ole Buttermilk Sky
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Sometimes life really takes the wind out of your sails. It's then that you're brought down to earth. I've always thought I was an earthy sort of person. When dreaming up a title for this CD I was kind of grabbed by this phrase. Life at 41 years of age is different than I had imagined. I still love it and love being able to be in the magic of music.

This album was to be the last of the trio from the studio work I started in 1999. I used most of the remainder of those songs, but I also recorded some more songs as well. Don Richmond appears on three tunes on this album. His deft fingerwork is a joy to play alongside.

Hope this album brings you down to earth too.

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