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Dave Greenslade


Crossover Prog

3.53 | 62 ratings

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4 stars David Greenslade started here a band owning his full name: David Greenslade instead of Greenslade. He plays all the keyboards, and he hired some musicians to play bass and drums: the refined drums are provided here by Simon Phillips. There are no guitars, except a very low profile one on "Time Takes my Time". The keyboards consist in electric piano, clavinet, organ, piano, mellotron and moog, among others. Greenslade still sometimes sounds like Rick Wakeman, but a bit less than on the "Time & tide" album. The album is still quite progressive, and there are many original keyboards explorations. On the first track of side 2, Greenslade plays a slow wah-wah organ, quite sounding like Caravan's "In the land of grey an pink". The last track has an impressive orchestra playing a dramatic part suited for a movie soundtrack.
greenback | 4/5 |


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