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    Main » 2014 » August » 11 » Gypsy ~ 1970 ~ Gypsy
    Gypsy ~ 1970 ~ Gypsy
    Gypsy ~ 1970 ~ Gypsygenre: psych
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    This long-lived outfit evolved out of Minneapolis' Underbeats, who'd been wowing them in the Midwest since the early sixties. Given the prodigious output under their various monikers, latterly as American Gypsy and The James Walsh Gypsy Band, they must have enjoyed much success but have retained a relatively low profile in collectors circles since, apart from entries in Tom Tourville's ground-breaking 'Minnesota Rocked' discography. They may have relocated to California at some point, since their early LPs were recorded there. The first double album is full of originals, which are psychedelic in mood with West Coast jazz-rock influences and some Southern rock tinges. One of the second LP's highlights is Another Way, an Eastern influenced jam which sounds not unlike early Santana.
    The third album is more mainstream and not as good. It does consist entirely of originals, the better tracks being Facing Time, Young Gypsy, Antithesis and Money. Enrico Rosenbaum was the chief creative force behind Gypsy, and sadly later committed suicide. James Walsh led several reformations in later years, and now works in a recording studio in Minneapolis doing independent production projects. Bill Lordan went on to work with Sly and The Family Stone, and later had a long-lasting relationship with Robin Trower, touring and recording with Trower for many years. ~ (Max Waller / Vernon Joynson / Richard King / Bill Cafruny)

    01. Gypsy Queen - Part One 4:21
    02. Gypsy Queen - Part Two 2:30
    03. Man Of Reason 3:04
    04. Dream If You Can 2:50
    05. Late December 4:11
    06. The Third Eye 4:53
    07. Decisions 8:15
    08. I Was So Young 4:14
    09. Here In My Loneliness 2:59
    10. More Time 5:16
    11. The Vision 7:28
    12. Dead And Gone 10:56
    13. Tomorrow Is The Last To Be Heard 5:45

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    JAMES C. JOHNSON    vcls, gtr
    DONI LARSON    bs
    ENRICO ROSENBAUM    vcls, gtr, perc
    JAMES 'OWL' WALSH    vcls, keyb'ds, perc

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