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Offline blaupunk

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Jack Knife Gypsy/Great Speckled Bird
« on: April 26, 2010, 09:27:04 AM »
Paul Siebel's album of the same title on Elektra would be a nice treat for those who admire the "Woodstock" sound and a fella who has a unique voice not too dissimilar to Dylan's but more tuneful.
Musicianship is top notch and the songs are of substance.

For Ian and Sylvia fans this single album detour from their usual duo genre on Ampex Records is also mighty pleasing with exquisite ensemble work and strong song selections.

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Re: Jack Knife Gypsy/Great Speckled Bird
« Reply #1 on: April 28, 2010, 10:21:26 PM »
I love Jack-Knife album, I can tell you all the song tiles by heart.

   1. "Jasper and the Miners"
   2. "If I Could Stay"
   3. "Jack-Knife Gypsy"
   4. "Prayer Song"
   5. "Legend of the Captain's Daughter"
   6. "Chips Are Down"
   7. "Pinto Pony"
   8. "Hillbilly Child"
   9. "Uncle Dudley"
  10. "Miss Jones"
  11. "Jeremiah's Song"