Diary of a Gypsy Lover

Diary of a Gypsy Lover

Infobox Album | Name = Diary Of A Gypsy Lover
Type = Studio Album
Artist = Johnny Thunders

Released = 1996
Recorded = various dates
Genre = Rock and roll
Length = 68:37
Label = Sonic Records
"Diary Of A Gypsy Lover" is a Johnny Thunders compilation containing material from 4 different sources:

*Tracks 1-6: Alternate takes from the In Cold Blood studio sessions. These are stripped down and slightly altered versions of already basic tunes.
*Tracks 7-9: Studio tracks that were originally released as a Japanese 7" single called Critics Choice (with the Chesterfield Kings).
*Tracks 10-15: Live at The Rat, Boston, 1983.
*Tracks 16-23: From an unreleased radio show done in 1991.

Track listing

#Green Onions
#Look In My Eyes
#Just Another Girl
#In Cold Blood
#Diary Of A Lover
#Endless Party
#Critic's Choice
#I'd Much Rather Be With The Boys
#London Boys
#I Wanna Be Loved
#Great Big Kiss
#Jet Boy
#Born To Lose
#These Boots Are Made For Walking
#Chinese Rocks
#Disappointed In You
#Help The Homeless
#Critic's Choice
#Society Makes Me Sad
#Nine Lives
#Children Are People Too
#It's Not What You Say
#In God's Name


Tracks 1-6

*Johnny Thunders - guitar, vocals
*Billy Rogers - drums
*Joe Mazzari - guitar
*Simon Ritt - harmonica, acoustic guitar

Tracks 7-9

*Johnny Thunders - guitar, vocals
*Chesterfield Kings

Tracks 10-15

*Johnny Thunders - guitars, vocals
*other musicians unknown

Tracks 16-23

*Johnny Thunders - guitars, vocals
*other musicians unknown (most likely the Oddballs)

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