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Greenslade Live in Stockholm - March 10th, 1975 album cover
3.30 | 14 ratings | 1 reviews | 14% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2013

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Pilgrim's Progress (8:05)
2. Newsworth (3:06)
3. The Flattery Stakes (4:45)
4. Bedside Manners Are Extra (6:28)
5. Joie de vivre (11:00)
6. Waltz for a Fallen Idol (3:10)
7. The Ass's Ears (3:46)
8. Drum Folk (11:57)
9. Spirit of the Dance (3:53)

Total Time 56:10

Line-up / Musicians

- Dave Greenslade / vocals, keyboards
- Dave Lawson / keyboards
- Martin Briley / bass, backing vocals
- Andrew McCulloch / drums

Releases information

Label: Purple Pyramid
Format: CD
December 3, 2013

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(14 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(14%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(50%)
Good, but non-essential (29%)
Collectors/fans only (7%)
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Review by SouthSideoftheSky
3 stars Pilgrim's progress

Recorded in 1975 but not released until 2013, this archival release features Greenslade performing live in Stockholm, Sweden. At the time of this concert performance, the band were touring in support of the album Time And Tide which had been released the same year, and four tracks from that 1975 album are featured here in Newsworth, The Flattery Stakes, Waltz For A Fallen Idol, and The Ass's Ears. From 1974's Spyglass Guest comes Joie de Vivre and the excellent Spirit Of The Dance both of which also appeared on Live 1973-75 (an archival live release from 2000). Bedside Manners Are Extra is represented by three tracks including the title track, which was also on Live 1973-75, and Pilgrim's Progress and Drum Folk, which were not on Live 1973-75. The band's self-titled debut album is not represented at all on Live In Stockholm.

The sound quality is not perfect, but also not too shabby. The art work by the great Roger Dean is very nice and I would guess it is something that they dug up in the archives. It is a similar style to the early Greenslade covers, though it features a long-legged lady instead of the trademark many-armed man.

If you liked Live 1973-75 then Live In Stockholm will constitute a good companion piece for your collection. But essential it is not unless you are a Greenslade fan and collector.

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