Digitally remastered. Paul Siebel's two Elektra Records albums from 1970 and 1971 with two long-forgotten bonus tracks. Siebel, a talented songwriter, had strong critical acclaim for these recordings, and many artists covered his songs. 'Jack-Knife Gypsy' was particularly blessed with top-class session men such as Clarence White, Russ Kunkel, Doug Kershaw and Seatrain's Richard Greene. Sadly Siebel, plagued by personal problems, disappeared from view. However, he leaves two artistically beautiful albums.
Digitally remastered. Paul Siebel's two Elektra Records albums from 1970 and 1971 with two long-forgotten bonus tracks. Siebel, a talented songwriter, had strong critical acclaim for these recordings, and many artists covered his songs. 'Jack-Knife Gypsy' was particularly blessed with top-class session men such as Clarence White, Russ Kunkel, Doug Kershaw and Seatrain's Richard Greene. Sadly Siebel, plagued by personal problems, disappeared from view. However, he leaves two artistically beautiful albums.
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Woodsmoke & Oranges / Jack-Knife Gypsy Plus Bonus
Artist: Paul Siebel
Format: CD
New: Available 17.99
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. She Made Me Lose My Blues
2. Miss Cherry Lane
3. Nashville Again
4. The Ballad of Honest Sam
5. Then Came the Children
6. Louise
7. Bride 1945
8. My Town
9. Any Day Woman 1
10. Long Afternoons 1
11. Jasper and the Miners 1
12. If I Could Stay 1
13. Jack-Knife Gypsy 1
14. Prayer Song 1
15. Legend of the Captain's Daughter 1
16. Chips Are Down 1
17. Pinto Pony 1
18. Hillbilly Child 1
19. Uncle Dudley 2
20. Miss Jones 2
21. Jeremiah's Song 2
22. Up 'Til Now 2
23. From Here on in

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Digitally remastered. Paul Siebel's two Elektra Records albums from 1970 and 1971 with two long-forgotten bonus tracks. Siebel, a talented songwriter, had strong critical acclaim for these recordings, and many artists covered his songs. 'Jack-Knife Gypsy' was particularly blessed with top-class session men such as Clarence White, Russ Kunkel, Doug Kershaw and Seatrain's Richard Greene. Sadly Siebel, plagued by personal problems, disappeared from view. However, he leaves two artistically beautiful albums.