In the Garden

Record Label: Metromedia 1971
Re-released on CD by: ERA Records
Re-released on CD by: Bedrock Records 1999 (BR 104)
Released on CD by: Gypsy 2005

Personnel: Jame Walsh - vocals, keyboards,
Enrico Rosenbaum - vocals, guitars,
William Lordan - drums,
James C. Johnson - vocals, lead guitar,
Willie Weeks - bass,
Joe Lala - conga

(NOTE: All song samples are used with the permission of Gypsy.)


Around You
Reach Out Your Hand
As Far As You Can See (As Much As You Can Feel) asfaras.mp3(1000kb)
Here (In the Garden) (Part 1 and 2)
Blind Man
Time Will Make It Better
Twenty Years Ago Today

This was Gypsy's second album. The song "As Far As You Can See (As Much As You Can Feel)" is a 12 minute epic which is probably their best song from all of their albums. This song also received the most radio airplay from this album.

This was the most collectable Gypsy album up until the time it was released on CD. This album was regularly priced at $25.00 and up in Goldmine magazine, record stores in the midwest, and at record shows. Copies of the vinyl LP in mint condition will still command a significant price.

An early advertisement for In the Garden.

The following review of Gypsy's second album, "In The Garden", appeared in Billboard magazine in July 1971.

In The Garden
Producer(s): none listed
Metromedia KMD 1044
Genre: POP
Originally reviewed for week ending 7/31/71

This group has matured greatly with this second album. The basic music is structured much like their first LP, but the sound is more together and the organ, played by Jimmy Walsh, seems to be the focal point of the group's maturity. "As Far As You Can See" is an enchanting education; while the second side of the LP contains one view of paradise entitled "Here in the Garden," and two other explicitly religious tunes.

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