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Gypsy Lady

Michael Schenker & Gary Barden
13 Dec. 2013 | Format: MP3

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4:07
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3:41
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3:27
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3:55

Product details

  • Original Release Date: 24 April 2009
  • Release Date: 24 April 2009
  • Label: in-akustik
  • Copyright: 2006 in-akustik GmbH & Co. KG
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  • Total Length: 46:58
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  • ASIN: B00HCGNXYU
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Robert Knowles on 3 Sept. 2009
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Gary Barden and Michael Voss reworking Michael Schenker's "Thank You 4" is, admittedly, a little like the idea of Lenny Henry playing Othello, or William Shatner playing Henry V (both of which actually happened). But so what? Both Henry and Shatner remain indispensable. In an analogous way, Barden and Voss completely transform Thank You 4 into something else - but the result is just as enjoyable, even if it is 'pop' rather than 'classic rock'.

The relationship between Gipsy Lady tracks and Thank You 4 tracks is as follows: Lost (TY4-1), Dance Lady Gipsy (TY4-8), All of My Life (TY4-11), Fight for Freedom (TY4-10), El Grande (TY4-5), Starting Over (TY4-4), Can't Live On Love Alone (TY4-13), Another Melody (TY4-7), Travelled So Far (TY4-3), Hungry (TY4-6), Night of the Stare (TY4-14), The Journey (TY4-12). Only TY4-2 and TY4-9 are omitted.

It would be misleading to think that vocals and other parts have simply been 'added' to TY4 tracks however. In some cases, the original TY4 tracks are actually hard to identify, such is the level of reworking. What Gipsy Lady achieves over and above TY4 is an injection of more obvious variety. It is not that the TY4 material is lacking in quality. Indeed, when making compilations of Schenker's music, slotting in his acoustic numbers here and there between electric tracks both isolates and highlights the greatness of virtually all of Schenker's acoustic compositions in their own right. This very point, though, means that when too many of Michael's straight acoustic tracks are placed in succession, one is left wanting injections of his electric material for the sake of diversity.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By John Peel on 13 May 2009
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Although a very different feel to Schenker's excellent album last year "In The Midst Of Beauty", this brand new collaboration with the legendary Gary Braden shows that the duo are equally as talented when it comes to producing their first acoustic project together.

Favourites have to be "Dance Lady Gipsy" (great work with the flamenco guitar) and "Can't Live On Love Alone" which gives just a hint of blues with the mouth organ.

In short: buy this album, it's a great sound!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Wild Colonial Boy on 5 July 2009
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This album is basically a collection of numbers featuring Gary Barden on vocals and Michael Schenker on acoustic guitar. On the plus side it's a pleasant listen, very professional guitar work and vocals, the two of them still fitting together very well. The production is really cool, the "feel" no doubt due to the skill and artistry of Michael Voss who did an excellent job of the guitar work on Gary Barden's solo effort "Past & Present" (very good album where he reworks various MSG tunes). On the down side you might feel a little aggrieved, as there is very little original music. It's very nicely re-arranged and rehashed but at the end of the day it's "Thank you" material with cringe worthy poor lyrics added. Harsh maybe but the instrumental "Thank you" excerpts and riffs are easily noticeable. Standouts are "Can't Live On Love Alone" (Track 13 off Thank you 4!), "Lost" (Track 1 off Thank you 4!) and "All of My Life "(funnily enough from Thank you 4 again track no 11!). I think you should be getting the picture what's been done here! Still I would recommend you buy it.
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By Chris Mackleeneh on 25 May 2009
Format: Audio CD
I'm a huge Schenker fan, though having heard a few snipets of this CD prior to release was a bit wary. But now that I've heard the whole thing I like it, it hangs together well - I played it non-stop for 4 hours while driving around for work one day last week, so it must be OK. But, be warned, it is very light and 'easy going'; and to be honest, some of the lyrics, and music, may make you cringe a little. Overall, though, a worthwhile purchase. Favourite tracks for me are 10. Hungry and 9. Travelled So Far.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Frew Rocker on 16 July 2009
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I looked forward to listening to this CD as Schenker and Barden were a great team in the original MSG, What a disappointment! A poor record with some very laughable lyrics.
Oh how the once mighty have fallen!
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