Earl Musick











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Earl Musick bio

Earl Musick a singer/songwriter who lives in Texas. Earl has been writing and making records for most of his adult life, only in the pass ten years has his songwriting received the notice & appreciation it deserves. Earl Recently has his co-written song, "If I'm Dreaming" covered by Tommy Alverson on his "Texas One More Time" album.

The song Angelina Dance has now been covered by four different artists, and the song “She Loved the Devil Out of Me” was used in the Indie film EvenHand. Earl has released four albums to date; they are “Apropos with the Unsung Heroes, Done Deal, Privateer and Duck & Cover.

 Earl’s songwriting has been described in many different ways, but storytelling with a groove may best describe it. When asked what genre of music he writes, Earl says it folk music because I write it for folks. 

Earl is currently in the studio working on his next album titled Eden Ave. due to be released in March 2011, Earl & The Banned continues to perform live in his native Texas and surrounding states.

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Average Rating : 4.5              Total Reviews: 12


Earl Musick  06/06/2004            
Kalle Strandberg
”Privateer” is one of the coolest albums released this year. Earl Musick combines a laid-back attitude with a fresh and rocking sound, which gives the fine lyrics about Texas life a perfect back-up. ”Privateer” contains the best of singer/songwriter-tradition and country-rock´n´roll. This kind of music is unfortunately too rare in these days, at least according to what gets airplay. I´ve got four favorite tracks on this album. ”Texas Moon” – a swinging thing that reminds a bit of old Guy Clark. ”Promise Bound” – a blues-rocker with cool guitars. ”Bye – I´m gone” – a song that Steve Earle would be jealous of back in his ”Guitar Town”-days. And ”Fort Worth” – a fine acoustic tribute to Earls hometown. If you´re tired of the main stream country pop that gets to much attention (at least according to me) – then ”Privateer” is a must-have.
Earl Musick  05/27/2004            
mudslide mick
I gotta say, to my way of listening, this album is full of some of the best down home tunes I've heard in a while. This guy has a real nice way of getting his stories told, and there a good variety of music on the disc. Love songs (Forever in Love), Texas swing (Texas Moon), neat rock and blues, too. Do yourself a favor and give it a listen.
Earl Musick  05/24/2004            
texasrose & captianjack
Great Texas music is in store for all who listen to Privateer. Earl pours out his heart and soul in all his song writting. Good Texas toe tapping music. Keep up the good work. It seems to me it's "Second Nature" to have a "Done Deal" like "Privateer".
Earl Musick  05/18/2004            
Tenpenny
Just wanted to drop a little not about my friend earl. caught him down in College Station and on stage i heard him say, "we're just a few ole songwriters" Amen to that because I've seldom heard a more honest set of lyrics than what earl puts together. thanks for just being honest in what you do. check out earl. you won't be dissappointed.
Earl Musick  04/29/2004            
A Regular Joe
Great Album! I enjoy it very much. Good to hear some real down to earth music.
Earl Musick  03/25/2004            
txmusicdude
This is a great songwriters' album, with some really honest and sometimes gritty tunes explaining things from a Texas point-of-view. I really dig this cat's interpretation of things. This CD has quite a bit range to it, from eclectic to country blues as well as good-ol rock-n-roll, but still shines as a great example of Texas independent music. The musicianship is wonderful, and the lyrics are thoughtful and witty. I think this CD is definetly worth having for folks that are affectionatos of Texas Music. Very nice indeed.
Earl Musick  03/25/2004            
txmusicdude
This is a great songwriters' album, with some really honest and sometimes gritty tunes explaining things from a Texas point-of-view. I really dig this cat's interpretation of things. This CD has quite a bit range to it, from eclectic to country blues as well as good-ol rock-n-roll, but still shines as a great example of Texas independent music. The musicianship is wonderful, and the lyrics are thoughtful and witty. I think this CD is definetly worth having for folks that are affectionatos of Texas Music. Very nice indeed.
Earl Musick  12/26/2003            
Diane L.
Who are you guys kidding? Earl's music sounds like 1980's leftovers. The only thing that is decent on the cd is the music. The songs are ok, but Earls vocals are best heard over a few beers.
Earl Musick  06/04/2003            
Bonghit
Very cool album, different from what I'm hearing from the Texas hat acts in so many ways. I like the fact that this album covers so many genres, and does it so well. A tip of the hat to a gem of a Texas record.
Earl Musick  03/19/2002            
Dave Davis
This is one cool piece of work. The best I have ever heard.
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