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The Third Eye - Gypsy (15) - Gypsy (CD, Album)

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  1. Jun 13,  · Myth Nightclub, Maplewood, MN - June 10, (poor sound quality due to mic overload), James Walsh, Randy Keeley, Bill Davis, Jerry Archambault, Bob Jones, John Domagall, Chico Perez, Stan Kipper.
  2. Gypsy is the debut album by the Minnesota progressive rock band Gypsy. A double album released by Metromedia in the US, it was produced by Enrico Rosenbaum, Glen Pace and Jim arcycgiadotihardrimagoldtiphaaver.coist A1 Gypsy Queen - Part One A2 Gypsy Queen - Part Two A3 Man Of Reason A4 Dream If You Can A5 Late December B1 The Third Eye B2 Decisions B3 I Was So Young C1 Here In My .
  3. Nov 10,  · hit for Gypsy with Gypsy queen part 1. Written by the late singer/guitarist Enrico Rosenbaum.
  4. Apr 20,  · 1) Gypsy Queen Part 1 - 2) Gypsy Queen Part ll - 3) Man Of Reason - 4) Dream If You Can - 5) Late December - 6) The Third Eye - 7) Decision - .
  5. Dec 23,  · Biography: Progressive rock outfit Gypsy began its existence as the Minneapolis-based pop band the Underbeats, formed in by guitarist James Johnson, bassist Doni Larson, and drummer Tom arcycgiadotihardrimagoldtiphaaver.co the subsequent addition of singer/guitarist Enrico Rosenbaum, the group regularly performed throughout the Twin Cities circuit, scoring a handful of local hits including "Footstompin'," .
  6. The CD is on a small, independent label - Metro Records - which is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It also says it was manufactured in Canada by GoldHouse. If you wanted a copy of this CD, you had to act fast.
  7. Gypsy, an Album by Gypsy. Released in on Cognito (catalog no. COG; Vinyl LP). Genres: Progressive Rock, Psychedelic Rock.

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