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Gypsies Tramps And Thieves

Cher Audio CD
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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1. The Way Of Love
2. Gypsys,Tramps & Thieves
3. He'll Never Know
4. Fire & Rain
5. When You Find Out Where You're Goin' Let Me Know
6. He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother
7. I Hate To Sleep Alone
8. I'm In The Middle
9. Touch And Go
10. One Honest Man

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5.0 out of 5 stars A SOULFUL DIVA!!! BRAVO CHER!!!! March 16 2004
Format:Audio CD
As I child of the sixties, Cher's soulful voice caught my attention when "Baby Don't Go" became a hit in Los Angeles and Cher's voice stood out as something special which is what Cher has always been-something special! Throughout her fascinating career, Cher has taken a roller-coaster ride of highs and lows and this great album is definitely one of the highs! Television was a perfect showcase for this exotic DIVA and on the "Sonny And Cher Comedy Hour" Cher's solo's were always the highlight! "Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves" was released in the early phase of this classic show and hit the top of the charts. Cher had officially arrived into the 70's as a Superstar with this soulful and hypnotic winner. This wonderful collection soon followed and so did another hit "The Way Of Love" which is torchy and soulful. Passionate and well sung is "He'll Never Know" and James Taylor's "Fire & Rain" is haunting. Every song is sung with complete feeling and Cher is right on target every time and it was very clear that this lady was going to be around for a long time! Big hits of the day such as "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" sound fresh and inspired in Cher's very capable hands and rhythm and timing are flawless on up-tempo rhythm rockers such as "Touch And Go". "I Hate To Sleep Alone" is stunning and superb arrangements throughtout make this album a keeper to played over and over for years on end!! Gypsy's, Tramps & Thieves is pure listening pleasure and a real artistic triumph for this lasting singer. Bravo Cher!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars 70s Gold May 18 2000
Format:Audio CD
Another great showcase for Cher's voice. This time in a pop formula that is not too hard but certainly not too soft. The title track, as you might know, is a brilliant story fictional song with Cher accounting her.
"I was born on the wagon of a traveling show Mother used to dance for the money they would through...."
It is a campy little classic. The story (like her two other seventies numbers 1s "Half Breed" and "Dark Lady") are fables that have a great beat and are shinning examples of her voice. Most of the album shows Cher spinning her magical vocals around great desire full love songs like "I Hate To Sleep Alone" and "He'll Never Know", plus her powerful ballad "The Way Of Love". "The Way Of Love" was actually a cover such as her steamy "Fire And Rain" and I believe "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother". Cher sings excellently here and the music. I also should mention one of my favorites "Touch and Go", which was a smoky night club feel and little bit of girl group edge. Every song is special, but not and some of her best vocals are captured here. The songs on the albums kind of remind of the songs she used to sing on "The Cher Show", so if you like that, check out this album.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A classic from CHER Aug. 23 1999
Format:Audio CD
Before "Believe," before "If I Could Turn Back Time," before many of her current fans were even born, Cher recorded a timeless album that remains the foundation of her career. This album contains Cher's most famous song, the title track "Gypsys, Tramps, and Thieves," as well as the huge hit "The Way of Love." Beyond that the highlights include James Taylor's "Fire and Rain," which is my favorite cut on the album, as well as "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" previously recorded by...well, everybody. This is an emotion packed album delivered with gusto. Two more amazing songs are "I Hate To Sleep Alone," and "One Honest Man." Now if you're looking for the disco-queen, she's not here. However, if you're looking for some of Cher's most amazing vocal performances...you'll find them on this album.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Before the incarnations..... Dec 1 2002
By Dee
Format:Audio CD
70's pop classic. Before she went Disco, 80's rock and 90's dance she recorded classic pop. "He'll Never Know" is a power ballad with a story, i always liked this one. "I HATE To SlEEP Alone" is pop, a fun little song reminiscent of Sonny and Cher. You got the Billboard hits..."Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves" and "The Way Of Love". Also some of the best rock covers. "He Ain't Heavy...." has been covered by everyone from Al Green to Donny Hathaway but Cher puts her own spin to it with her specific low range. "Fire and Rain" is also nice. As a fan of pop spanning from 70's to the 90's, it's refreshing to have a cd that is enduring and sounds great in any decade. Not all Cher albums can be bestowed with that comment, but this does. Cop' it.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Cher's Best Album Sept. 3 2001
By Rebex
Format:Audio CD
And, I think, her best song as well. Mark my words, I am not a big time Cher fan, nor do I own any of her albums besides this one, though i've listened to most of them. But this album is very listenable, and, most importantly, very honest.
When she sings the title track, it gives you a good idea of Cher's vocal prowess. It is also such a well-written, intense song.....Telling the love story of a young neo-gypsy girl "born in the wagon of a travelling show". It easily rivals the Allman's 'Ramblin' Man'.
The rest of the album is less amazing, though not bad. There's an interesting cover of 'He's not heavy, He's my Brother', and several other key tunes.
Three stars.
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