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Gypsy Alley

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Me Missing You
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I Need Your Sun to Shine
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After There's a Blizzard
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All Your Love (turned to Passion)
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Running Away From You
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Aura of the Blade
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The Edge of Town
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Don't I Know You From Somewhere
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I Want Back In
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There It Is (never Had a Lot of Money)
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Watchin You Fall Into Sleep
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 42:46

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When Gypsy Alley was released in 1990, the person folk-pop singer/composer Sara K. was most often compared to was Joni Mitchell. There’s no overlooking the fact that Mitchell’s influence is quite strong on “After the Blizzard,” “The Edge of Town,” “There It Is (Never Had a Lot of Money)” and other introspective offerings. Mitchell’s work has obviously taught Sara how effective subtlety can be. This isn’t an aggressive album — from “Watching You Fall Into Sleep” to “Aura of the Blade,” Gypsy Alley maintains the type of reflective, quiet ambience Mitchell is known for. But as powerful as Mitchell’s influence is, Sara wasn’t an outright clone. And as the 1990s progressed, more and more of her own personality would assert itself. With Gypsy Alley, Sara was off to a decent start. – Alex Henderson

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