- Author:Frank Armstrong
- Publisher:Crescent Publications; First Edition edition (1975)
- Pages:30 pages
- FB2 format1538 kb
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See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Gypsy Fortune Teller And The Sucker.
The Gypsy" is a popular song written by Billy Reid, and published in 1945. The ballad tells the story of a person who visits a Gypsy fortune teller and is reassured that their partner is faithful. Though they both know it to be untrue, the narrator resolves to return, "'Cause I want to believe the Gypsy". The Gypsy" was originally introduced in the United Kingdom by Reid's orchestra and vocalist Dorothy Squires.
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Raymond Buckland has been actively involved in metaphysics and the occult for fifty years and has writing about it for nearly thirty. Ray comes from an English Romany (Gypsy) family and presently resides, with his wife Tara, on a small farm in central Ohio. He is the author of more than sixty books, including such best-selling titles as Buckland's Complete Book of Witchcraft, Gypsy Dream Dictionary, Practical Candleburning Rituals, and Witchcraft from the Inside. Ray has lectured and presented workshops across the United States, and has appeared on major television and radio shows nationally and internationally.
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Just better Louis Armstrong recorded the song with the Commanders in October, 1953 and it was released on Decca Records as catalog number 28995.
The ballad tells the story of a person who visits a Gypsy fortune teller and is reassured that their partner is faithful. Louis Armstrong recorded the song with the Commanders in October, 1953 and it was released on Decca Records as catalog number 28995. The song appears on Sonny Stitt Sits in with the Oscar Peterson Trio which was released in 1957. Quincy Jones recorded the song on his 1959 album The Birth of a Band!.
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