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GreensladeSpyglass Guest (with bonus tracks) ... CD
Mercury/Esoteric (UK), 1974. New Copy 2 CDs ... $16.99 24.99
Fantastic keyboards from Dave Greenslade – a UK progger we'd have to put right up there with Rick Wakeman or Keith Emerson for his skills on the keys! And at some level, on this album Dave hews closer to the core sound of the best prog years than Wakeman or Emerson might have been doing in 1974 – still very much awash in unusual time changes and fast shifts in tone and style – but all while keeping his music nicely focused overall! In other words, the keyboards are amazing, but never too in love with themselves to get lost in jamming – while Dave also sings a bit alongside his Fender Rhodes, clavinet, Arp, and organ – and gets strong help from the mighty drummer Andrew McCullough, whose deftness also keeps things moving – with other work from Clem Clempson and Andy Roberts on guitars, and Tony Reeves on bass. Titles include "Spirit Of The Dance", "Red Light", "Siam Seesaw", "Theme For An Imaginary Western", "Melancholic Race", "Joie De Vivre", and "Little Red Fry Up". 2CD set features 8 more bonus live tracks – all recorded for the BBC, and never issued before! CD

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GreensladeTime & Tide (2CD version – with bonus tracks) ... CD
Mercury/Esoteric (UK), 1975. New Copy 2CD ... $16.99 24.99
The final album from Greenslade – a set that has the group maybe compressing things a bit from their previous records – going for shorter songs that sometimes have a bit more bite, but still never lose that fantastic keyboard core that made them so great at the start! The vocals soar nicely at points – but other tunes are more introspective, and really showcase that special blend of instrumentation that often made Greenslade one of the more thoughtful groups of the early 70s prog generation. Titles include "Doldrums", "Gangsters", "Waltz For A Fallen Idol", "Catlan", "The Flattery Stakes", and "Animal Farm". This great 2CD edition features two single tracks – "Catlan (single edit)" and "Rubber Face & Lonely Eyes" – plus a full 9 track Swedish concert from 1975, recorded for radio with great sound! CD

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Patrick Woodroffe/Dave GreensladePentateuch Of The Cosmogony – Dragon's World (2LP + Hardbound Book) ... LP
EMI (UK), 1979. Near Mint- 2LP + Book ... $33.99 39.99
An insanely overblown set of progressive rock – complete with its own storybook, filled with fantastic images! LP, Vinyl record album
(Book has a small split at the top of the spine and one of the record pockets partially unglued, looks great otherwise!)

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✨✧ GreensladeGold Rock (aka Greenslade) ... LP
Brain (Germany), 1973. Near Mint- ... Out Of Stock
The debut album from Greenslade – a set that's as sprawling and dynamic as its famous cover image from Roger Dean! Dean gives the whole package a bit of a Yes-like vibe – and there's definitely that sort of inspiration going on here – a really sharp, well-played mix of the keyboards of leader Dave Greenslade with fierce work on bass and drums – both handled with a fantastic sense of changes, and a driving force that never gets lost in itself or overindulgent! At a time when some prog groups were getting too darn proggy, these guys really stay the course – and are given fantastic guidance in the vocals of Dave Lawson – a really distinct singer who should have had a much bigger audience at the time. About as great as you can get for a record like this – with tracks that include "Temple Song", "Sundance", "Feathered Friends", "An English Western", and "Drowning Man". LP, Vinyl record album
(Mid 70s Gold Rock series pressing. Cover has a large peeled patch in front and a partially unglued bottom seam.)
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ColosseumColosseum Live ... LP
Warner, 1971. Very Good+ 2LP Gatefold ... $16.99
Maybe the best album ever from this seminal British jazz rock combo – a record that really has the group stretching out in the expanded space of a concert setting! Colosseum were already one of the best groups to mix jazzy currents and heavy rock modes – but they really set a fire with this brilliant live album – which really gave the group plenty of room to show off their instrumental chops! Immediate Records star Chris Farlowe is on vocals – but the real charm of their sound comes from the tenor and soprano sax work of Dick Heckstall Smith, the Hammond and vibes of Dave Greenslade, and the heavy drums of Jon Hiseman – who really keeps things in the pockage, and provided more than a few funky passages on the album. Titles include "Lost Angeles", "Rope Ladder to The Moon", "Walking In The Park", and a version of Michael Gibbs' "Tanglewood 63". LP, Vinyl record album
(Green label stereo pressing. Cover has a cut corner and light wear.)

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VariousHigh In The Morning – The British Progressive Pop Sounds Of 1973 (3CD set) ... CD
Grapefruit (UK), 1973. New Copy 3CD ... $26.99 39.99
A killer set, and one that's way more than the just the pop or prog you might guess from the title – as the 65 tracks in the huge package really do a great job of showing the many different strands of music that were flowing through the British scene in 1973! There's definitely some shorter, catchier tunes by acts that might sometimes spin out album-side jams – but the range of material here also includes some older artists hipping things up, new glam-styled acts who would transform music in years to come, and even some groups who started in more blues rock territory, sounding a heck of a lot hipper here! As with all the fantastic 3CD collections on the Grapefruit label, the mix of music is fantastic – songs we never would have thought to put next to each other, and a heck of a lot more we never heard before – all presented with really detailed notes on every single artist. Features work by Tucky Buzzard, Jade Warrior, Sensational Alex Harvey Band, Nazareth, Roxy Music, Caravan, Kevin Coyne, Al Stewart, Hawkwind, Badfinger, Writing On The Wall, Streak, Pink Fairies, Kingdome Come, Libido, Ithaca, Rupert Hine, Greenslade, Reform, The Kinks, Byzantium, Paul Brett, Stealers Wheel, Rococo, Spirigyra, and many others! CD

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✨✧ Shirley BasseyGood Bad But Beautiful ... LP
United Artists, 1975. Near Mint- ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Shirley Bassey is at her mellow best here – sounding very different than the brassy vocalist who first rose to international fame with "Goldfinger" – yet still able to work through all the rich aspects of her great vocal range! Arthur Greenslade handles the backings, and the style is mature, and updated in maybe the way that Frank Sinatra was hitting at the time – both in the choice of songs, and in the way that Greenslade sets Shirley up for the best reading of the lyric. Titles include "I'll Be Your Audience", "Emotion", "Good Bad But Beautiful", "Jesse", "Run On & On & On", "Feel Like Makin Love", and "I'll Be Your Audience". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear and a cut corner.)

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✨✧ Rod McKuenNew Carols For Christmas – The Rod McKuen Christmas Album (with bonus track) ... CD
Warner/Real Gone, 1971. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Rod McKuen throws his hat in the Christmas ring – and comes up with a surprisingly great little record! As with most of McKuen's best albums, there's an approach here that's quite unusual – and very different than the rest – certainly with a focus on the Holiday, but also with that current of sadness that made McKuen such a great choice for Charlie Brown songs in the 60s – especially when he sings in that raspy, worn-out voice that feels like what a grown-up Charlie might sound like, after screaming "Arrrrgh" too much! Backings are full – done in London, and conducted by Arthur Greenslade – and the album's full of unusual originals by Rod, including "So Long Stay Well", "Simple Gifts", "The Carols Of Christmas", "And To Each Season", "Here He Comes Again", "The Snows Of Amsterdam", and "Bethlehem BC". Also includes the bonus track "Baby It's Cold Outside" – a duet with Petula Clark! CD

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