Tag Archives: Dave Greenslade

GREENSLADE – The Birthday Album – Live Switzerland 1974

November 4, 2016

Angel Air 2016 Out of the twilight zone, newly discovered document from Hermit’s hermanos’ halcyon days. GREENSLADE were a unique band for their times, with two keyboard players, bassist and drummer and no guitar, but the kind of art-rock the … Continue reading

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COLOSSEUM – Live

October 11, 2016

Bronze 1971 / Esoteric 2016 Saluting intransigence that’s not about to die, a musical document of free-thinking era sees an expanded return into the fray. Arguably the best concert record by a British band taped on British soil – unlike … Continue reading

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GREENSLADE Dig Into Their Live Archives

June 26, 2016

GREENSLADE were a unique band for their times, with two keyboard players, bassist and drummer and no guitar, until the ensemble’s final chapter in the ’70s, but the kind of art-rock the quartet produced has proudly stood the test of … Continue reading

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COLOSSEUM Classic Concert Set To Be Expanded

May 19, 2016

45 years after its recording, “Colosseum Live” by COLOSSEUM remains one of the most fantastic concert documents of rock era – if “rock” can encompass what this musicians were capable of. There was something unique about the combination of Chris Farlowe’s … Continue reading

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DAVE GREENSLADE – Time To Make Hay

July 28, 2015

Angel Air 2015 “A Collection Of Original Recordings” opening a closet full of non-skeletal demos to be fleshed out with ensemble but beautiful in their embryonic realization. It’s easy to underestimate Dave Greenslade importance in the field of art rock: … Continue reading

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