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Posted: 07/26/08 11:19 AM
Author: The Big Wheel
Location: North Carolina
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Gypsy Woman
I have been trying to find out the name of the group that sung "Gypsy Woman" other than the Pursuasions, Impressions, and Brian Hyland. There was another group that did a remake of that song in the 1960s or 1970s and I haven't been able to find it.


Posted: 07/27/08 03:20 PM
Author: pdl1251
Location: Canada
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Gypsy Woman
Santana did "Gypsy Woman". Is this what you are looking for?

http://www.lyricsdepot.com/santana/gypsy-woman.html
Posted: 07/27/08 03:51 PM
Author: Dan
Location: Claybricks
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Gypsy Woman
Song: Gypsy Woman

Composer: Curtis Mayfield


Year - Artist

1963 - The Impressions

1964 - Major Lance

1967 - The Uniques

1967 - The Checkmates

1969 - Jay & The Americans

1969 - Lou Johnson

1971 - Brian Hyland

1971 - Curtis Mayfield {Composer}

1971 - The Persuasions

1978 - Michael Johnson

1982 - Ry Cooder

1985 - Bobby Womack

1986 - Ted Hawkins

1988 - The Four Seasons

1993 - Steve Marriott

1994 - Bruce Springsteen

Santana

Fabulous Preps

Hit Crew

Milton Henry

Chamber Brothers

George Clinton

Kim Wilson




Dan

http://danssongsearch.blogspot.com/

Posted: 07/28/08 01:50 PM
Author: The Big Wheel
Location: North Carolina
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Gypsy Woman
I appreciate your timely responses to my request. Because I am not able to find audio files from everyone of the groups that were mentioned, I can only weed out a few of the names on your lists. YouTube greatly helped me do that.

I can tell you that in the lyrics, "I love you..." was very, very low bass and then "...gypsy woman" was sang by the altos and sopranos in each and every chorus. I am guessing that the song was composed in the late 60's to late 70's. I'm sorry that this is all the help I can give you.


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