Greenslade

Greenslade - Sundance: A Collection 1973-1975 (2019)  Music

Posted by delpotro at April 20, 2020
Greenslade - Sundance: A Collection 1973-1975 (2019)

Greenslade - Sundance: A Collection 1973-1975 (2019)
XLD Rip | FLAC (tracks+log+.cue) - 461 Mb | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 183 Mb | 01:19:50
Progressive Rock | Label: Esoteric Recordings, Cherry Red Records

Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce the release of a new re-mastered edition collection by the legendary band Greenslade.

Greenslade - Temple Songs: The Albums 1973-1975 (2021)  Music

Posted by ciklon5 at July 28, 2021
Greenslade - Temple Songs: The Albums 1973-1975 (2021)

Greenslade - Temple Songs: The Albums 1973-1975 (2021)
FLAC tracks / MP3 320 kbps | 2:31:32 | 868 / 349 Mb
Genre: Progressive Rock, Symphonic Prog / Label: Esoteric Recordings

Aside from Roger Dean's iconic cover illustrations, Greenslade weren't like most prog brands of the 1970s. Keyboardist Dave Greenslade and bassist Tony Reeves formed the quartet in 1972 after leaving jazz-rock outfit Colosseum. Eschewing guitars, they hired Samurai's Dave Lawson as a second keyboardist, and former Manfred Mann drummer Andrew McCulloch (he also played on King Crimson's Lizard) . The band's approach utilized typical knotty, stop-and-start cadences, and key and tempo changes, but those are only a few elements in their complex soundscape. The rest of Greenslade's sound reflected a penchant for catchy melodies derived from pop, jazz, classical, and folk. Keyboardist Lawson spent years backing singers including Bing Crosby and Peggy Lee. Greenslade, Reeves, and McCulloch came up in the British blues and jump R&B bands of the early 1960s. The remastered albums in this box mark their four studio outings: 1973's Greenslade and Bedside Manners Are Extra, 1974's Spyglass Guest, and 1975's Time & Tide.

Greenslade - Time and Tide (2CD) (1975/2019)  Music

Posted by Domestos at Feb. 24, 2019
Greenslade - Time and Tide (2CD) (1975/2019)

Greenslade - Time and Tide (2CD) (1975/2019)
XLD Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) ~ 222.37 Mb + 323.46 Mb | 39:20 + 55:57 | Cover
Symphonic Prog | Country: United Kingdom | Label: Esoteric Recordings / PECLEC 22660

Esoteric Recordings is proud to announce the release of a newly re- mastered and expanded 2 CD edition of the classic 1975 album, Time & Tide by GREENSLADE. Formed in 1972 by former Colosseum keyboard player Dave Greenslade, the band also featured former Web and Samurai member Dave Lawson (keyboards, vocals), former Colosseum bass player Tony Reeves and drummer Andrew McCulloch (formerly with King Crimson and Fields). The calibre of the members of Greenslade ensured that the group would be innovative, ground breaking and dynamic in their musical approach and would also be notable due to the absence of a guitarist within their ranks. Following the release of the album Spyglass Guest, Tony Reeves departed the band and was replaced by Martin Briley, who was to feature on the band’s next album. Originally issued in May 1975, Time and Tide was the band’s final album of the 1970s and was a fine record that featured such compositions as ‘Flattery Stakes’, ‘Waltz for a Fallen Idol’, ‘Newsworth’ and ‘The Ass’s Ears’.
Greenslade - Greenslade (1973) [2015, Warner Music Japan, WPCR-16297]

Greenslade - Greenslade (1973)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Warner Music Japan, WPCR-16297 | ~ 296 or 109 Mb | Scans(png) -> 105 Mb
Progressive Rock

Not long after the disintegration of Colosseum, Greenslade was born, with their inaugural self-titled album whetting the appetites of progressive rock fans worldwide. Dave Greenslade used the group to showcase his illustrious keyboard intricacies alongside Tony Reeves' bass guitar, Andrew McCulloch's predominant percussion work, and Dave Lawson's vocals, all of which made Greenslade a quintessential prog album…
Greenslade - Spyglass Guest (1974) & Time and Tide (1975) [Reissue 2011]

Greenslade - Spyglass Guest (1974) & Time and Tide (1975) [Reissue 2011]
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue+log) - 408 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 167 MB | Covers - 51 MB
Genre: Progressive Rock | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Edsel Records (EDSD 2098)

Greenslade were something of a prog rock supergroup when they formed in 1972. Dave Greenslade (son of Arthur Greenslade, noted arranger for Scott Walker, Dusty Springfield and many more) had been the keyboard player in jazz rock oufits Colosseum and If. Bass player Tony Reeves also came from the ranks of Colosseum, while drummer Andy McCulloch had been in the "Lizard" line-up of King Crimson. Vocalist/second keyboard player Dave Lawson had been in Episode Six and The Alan Bown Set and the unique ‘two keyboards/no guitar lineup’ gave them a signature sound. This Edsel package contains the group’s third and fourth albums, originally issued on the Warner Bros. label in 1974 and 1975. The booklet contains all the lyrics, and annotation by Alan Robinson.
Greenslade - Bedside Manners Are Extra (1973) [2015, Warner Music Japan, WPCR-16298]

Greenslade - Bedside Manners Are Extra (1973)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Warner Music Japan, WPCR-16298 | ~ 273 or 106 Mb | Scans(png) -> 103 Mb
Progressive Rock

Aside from a few minor differences, 1973's Bedside Manners Are Extra is equivalent to Greenslade's debut album, inundated with the same dazzling synthesizer work and atmospheric guitar implementations from Tony Reeves…

Greenslade - Greenslade (1973) {1992, Reissue}  Music

Posted by popsakov at April 20, 2018
Greenslade - Greenslade (1973) {1992, Reissue}

Greenslade - Greenslade (1973) {1992, Reissue}
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 267 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 111 Mb
Scans Included (JPG, 300 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
Progressive Rock | Warner Bros. Records #7599-26812-2

Not long after the disintegration of Colosseum, Greenslade was born, with their inaugural self-titled album whetting the appetites of progressive rock fans worldwide. Dave Greenslade used the group to showcase his illustrious keyboard intricacies alongside Tony Reeves' bass guitar, Andrew McCulloch's predominant percussion work, and Dave Lawson's vocals, all of which made Greenslade a quintessential prog album. The attention almost never veers from David Greenslade's beautiful organ texturing, alternating between hard and delicate patterns while defining the album's pure progressive sound. Reeves' bass riffs are spatial and thorough, complimenting the keyboard runs when needed while falling in behind the music at the proper times.

Greenslade - Bedside Manners Are Extra (1973) {Reissue}  Music

Posted by popsakov at April 20, 2018
Greenslade - Bedside Manners Are Extra (1973) {Reissue}

Greenslade - Bedside Manners Are Extra (1973) {Reissue}
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 237 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 108 Mb
Scans Included (JPG, 300 dpi)| RAR 5% Recovery
Progressive Rock | Warner Bros. Records #7599-26866-2

Aside from a few minor differences, 1973's Bedside Manners Are Extra is equivalent to Greenslade's debut album, inundated with the same dazzling synthesizer work and atmospheric guitar implementations from Tony Reeves. Andrew McCulloch's drumming is a little more effective the whole album through, balancing out Dave Greenslade's keyboards and Dave Lawson's singing. The songs alternate from vocal to instrumental, beginning with the beautifully lush title track that exploits the ease in which Greenslade applies his techniques. "Pilgrims Progress" picks up the pace, with McCulloch and Greenslade wonderfully playing off one another. The eight and a half minutes of "Drum Folk" really opens things up, with the synthesizer switching to different tempos and brilliancies while McCulloch gets some well-deserved solo time.

«Shelter» by Frances Greenslade  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Gelsomino at March 11, 2020
«Shelter» by Frances Greenslade

«Shelter» by Frances Greenslade
English | ISBN: 9781451661361 | EPUB | 0.6 MB
Greenslade ‎- Spyglass Guest (1974) US Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Greenslade ‎- Spyglass Guest
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz | 900mb
Label: Mercury / SRM 1-1015 | Released: 1974 | Genre: Symphonic-Rock

Unlike many fellow reviewers, I don't think at all that "Spyglass Guest" is a major artistic turndown in Greenslade's career; while not being obviously as brilliant as its two preceding albums, it is full of good musical ideas, and the energy is still there, palpable and shining brightly.