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9 thoughts on “ Pinto Pony - Paul Siebel - Jack-Knife Gypsy (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Woodsmoke and Oranges / Jack-Knife Gypsy by Paul Siebel - CD () for $ from lophovolmucotlaisubviecukosasag.coinfo Country & Bluegrass - Order by Phone /5(21).
  2. Jack-Knife Gypsy, an Album by Paul Siebel. Released in on Elektra (catalog no. EKS; Vinyl LP). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Country Rock.
  3. Details about Lp-PAUL SIEBEL-Jack Knife Gypsy Pinto Pony, Lp-PAUL SIEBEL-Jack Knife Gypsy Pinto Pony, Chips Are Down, lyric sheet. Item Information. Condition: Used. Price: US $ Lp-PAUL SIEBEL-Jack Knife Gypsy Pinto Pony, Chips Are Down, lyric sheet. Gypsy 05, Paul Simon LP Vinyl Records, Gypsy World Music LP Seller Rating: % positive.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Jack-Knife Gypsy - Paul Siebel on AllMusic - - The first record may have drawn listeners for the 6/
  5. All tracks from this LP were included on the two-on-one release; Woodsmoke & Oranges/Jack Knife Gypsy, Paul Siebel, Five songs from the LP, Jasper and the Miners, If I Could Stay, Uncle Dudley, Pinto Pony and Chips Are Down were included on; Paul Siebel, Paul Siebel, , Philo Buy from lophovolmucotlaisubviecukosasag.coinfo Buy as part of a 2-on
  6. Sung in a slow, howling way. I imagine that, while singing this song, the picture used on the LP cover was taken. 2. Pinto Pony (Paul Siebel) A great song from Album 2. Nice guitars on this live version could have made this one of the better tracks, but unfortunalely Siebel gets carried away after the guitar break while singing the last verse.
  7. Jack-Knife Gypsy Lyrics: Jack-Knife Gipsy don't you take my life / My kids are hungry, the sickness got my wife / I work at the mills where they make that stockyard feed / So you can take my money.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Jack-Knife Gypsy on Discogs. Label: Elektra - SWG • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • .
  9. Subject: RE: Lyr Add: Pinto Pony From: GUEST,Frank of Toledo Date: 10 Feb 00 - AM A Paul Siebel tune done in the 70's. Mary McCaslin was in concert for Nancy & I last Ocotober and she did a real good version.

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