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GREENSLADE

Greenslade

 

Symphonic Prog

3.54 | 174 ratings

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dmwilkie
5 stars This is a masterpiece of keyboard-based prog, which I have consistently enjoyed since it was first released. There is excellent use of Hammond organ, piano, and especially mellotron, throughout. Four of the seven tracks have vocals, Dave Lawson doing the honours with his unique, if slightly dodgy, vocal style. The instrumental tracks are lively and varied, with 'Melange' highlighting Tony Reeves' bass guita, . The highlight for me is the spiralling mellotron in 'What are you Doing to Me', but the whole album is consistently enjoyable.
dmwilkie | 5/5 |

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