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Earl Thomas

Earl Thomas had never found a mike in his lifestyle until he was almost killed after losing his footing in the advantage of a 50-feet ravine and slid completely down, getting unconscious on the pile of broken cup and debris. Fortunately, the 22-year-old oral student was just bruised, however, not understanding the extent from the harm upon regaining awareness, he shown on his disappointment at devoid of pursued his imagine becoming a vocalist, and resolved to accomplish that if he survived. Nine years afterwards, he documented 1991’s Blue…Not really Blues, an archive strongly influenced by his parents’ love of blues and gospel music and his very own affinity for ’60s and ’70s spirit. His “I Sing the Blues” became popular for Etta Adam, and he performed European music celebrations with such performers as Elvis Costello and B.B. Ruler. His second record, Extra Soul, premiered in 1994 over the Memphis International label, accompanied by another for the imprint, Intersection, in 2005.

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