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Feel About The Country Fine - Gypsy (14) - Gypsy (Cassette)

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  1. Gypsy was, unfortunately, one of those five year neglect jobs, that sat dusty in my "to be played tomorrow pile." since George W. got re-elcted. This is tight, slick, 70s funk. But Gypsy's funk does not feature the afro-tinge of Funkadelic or the Ohio Players. They are a white band, who uses unified harmonies, not unlike Crosby Stills and Nash/5(8).
  2. Feb 25,  · M y Big Fat Gypsy Wedding, the television series that ended last week and attracted nine million viewers, was designed to "throw an overdue light on a .
  3. Bette Midler Cassette GYPSY Original Movie Picture Soundtrack Atlantic 90s $ Factory Sealed Gypsy Television Soundtrack by Bette Midler on Cassette!
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Gypsy on Discogs. Label: United Artists Records - UAS I • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country 4/5(3).
  5. A person could certainly do far worse in the psychological drama department. While not every line is the work of a master writer(s) and there are slightly contrived and silly plot devices peppered along the way, if juxtaposed this with a show such as "The Path," Gypsy will at the least feel "satisfying.".
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Gypsy on Discogs. Label: Liberty - LP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Promo, Stereo Gatefold • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Southern Rock.
  7. Gypsy, an Album by Gypsy. Released in on United Artists (catalog no. UAS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Psychedelic Rock, Rock. Featured peformers: John Knapp (vocals, aka_text {12 string guitar} role_id aka_text, keyboards), Robin Pizer (vocals, guitar), Rod Read (vocals, guitar), David McCarthy (vocals, aka_text {bass guitar} role_id aka_text), Moth Smith (drums, percussion), .
  8. Gypsy's self-titled debut LP (released, confusingly, under the title English Gypsy in the U.S.) was the work of a British band extremely influenced by late-'60s Californian folk-psychedelic-rock -- more so than almost any other U.K. group you could name, in fact. Why is that, then, that hardly anyone can name Gypsy these days? It's because the album's extremely derivative of Buffalo.

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