Tag Archives: Tony Reeves

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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GREENSLADE – Large Afternoon

February 1, 2015

Mystic 2000 / Angel Air 2014 Quarter of a century on since their demise, multi-armed hermits make a welcome return. With a two-keyboards-and-no-guitar setup, they were unique even for a prog band, operating on jazzier tangent than COLOSSEUM whence organist … Continue reading

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Dick Heckstall-Smith’s BIG CHIEF tape unearthed

November 26, 2014

Almost a decade has passed since , the greatest blues saxophonist, left this world. Associated mostly with COLOSSEUM, a band he co-founded with , once they’d stopped, he became a member of BIG CHIEF, from that group’s very start in … Continue reading

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Interview with TONY REEVES

February 5, 2013

July 2003 How many people are there who can take a three-disc compilation called “Best Prog Rock Album in the World… Ever” and say, “I played with three bands on this one”? Perhaps, there’s only one musician able to do … Continue reading

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