American Gypsy - Central Station mp3 album
Album · 2007 · 9 Songs.
American Gypsy began club performances in Los Angeles in 1971, followed by a two-year tour of Spain. When the group settled in Amsterdam, The Netherlands in the early 70's, the line-up was: Joe Skeete (bass guitar), Michael Hamane (lead guitar), Lorenzo Mills (vocals), Richard James aka Ricardo James (drums), David Harrell (vocals, guitar, sax, flute) and Steve Clisby (vocals, keyboards).
American Gypsy is a funk music group formed in Los Angeles that achieved its greatest success in the Netherlands. In 1974, they had a top ten hit on the Single Top 100 Dutch pop music chart. The group has performed under various names, including: Blue Morning, Orpheus and Pasadena Ghetto Orchestra. Musicians who appeared in this band include: Elout Smit (drums) 1977. Omar Dupree (vocals) 1978. Jetty Weels (vocals) 1978. Lisa Schulte (vocals) 1979. Steve Yellick (keyboards) 1981.
9 tracks · 7 November 2014. Central Station, Ooh Why Not. Play album.
Discover American Gypsy on Radio King: get all artist informations, listen to his popular songs and more. Larry Graham & Graham Central Station. Formed in the early-1960s, over the next decade the group went through a series of name, personnel and genre changes, including Blue Morning, Orpheus, and The Pasadena Ghetto Orchestra. They managed to pay their bills as sessions players, supporting a wide array of acts ranging from The Byrds to Barry White.
Gypsy is the debut double album by the progressive rock band Gypsy. It was recorded at Devonshire Studios, North Hollywood, California, and released in 1970. The album was re-released in 1979 on a K-tel label named Cognito and again in 1999 on CD by Bedrock Records. Gypsy Queen" is the band's only charted single, peaking at The album peaked at on the Billboard Pop Albums charts in 1970.
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Written By – Seve Clisby
|B||Ohh Why Not
Written By – Hans Van Hemert
- Producer – Hans Van Hemert
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