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Dave Greenslade - Cactus Choir (1976) [Remastered 2014]

24-05-2015, 17:52
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Dave Greenslade - Cactus Choir (1976) [Remastered 2014]

Artist: Dave Greenslade
Title Of Album: Cactus Choir
Year Of Release: 2014 [1976]
Label (Catalog#): Edsel Records [EDSA 5036]
Genre: Art Rock, Prog Rock
Quality: FLAC (tracks,scans)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 43:40 min
Full Size: 299 mb

Dave Greenslade - Cactus Choir (1976) [Remastered 2014]

Recorded as a solo album in the wake of Greenslade’s split, and sporting a front cover by Roger Dean, “Cactus Choir” was issued in 1976, and appears on CD for the first time. Linking up with producer Rupert Hine, Dave enlisted help from some of the UK’s finest musicians in Simon Phillips, Tony Reeves (Greenslade), Dave Markee (Alan Price), John Perry (Caravan) and Steve Gould (Rare Bird), with orchestrations by Simon Jeffes (Penguin Café Orchestra). With a booklet note based on a new interview with Dave, this reissue also features the bonus track “Gangsters”, the theme to the 1978 BBC TV series of the same name, with vocals by fellow Colosseum member Chris Farlowe.


01. Pedro's Party (2:35)
02. Gettysburg (3:54)
03. Swings and Roundabouts - Time Takes My Time (10:06)
04. Forever and Ever (4:03)
05. Cactus Choir (6:09)
a) The Rider
b) Greeley and the rest
c) March at Sunset
06. Country Dance (5:29)
07. Finale (8:27)

Bonus Track:
08. Gangsters (2:57)

Dave Greenslade — keyboards, vocals (4), co-producer
Tony Reeves — bass guitar (1, 2, 6, 8)
Simon Phillips — drums, percussion
Steve Gould — vocals (2, 6)
Dave Markee — bass guitar (3, 4)
John Perry — bass guitar (7)
Mick Grabham — guitar (4)
Lissa Gray — vocals (4)
Bill Jackman — bass flute, bass clarinet (8)

Gregg Jackman — co-producer, engineer
Rupert Hine — co-producer
Chris Tsangarides, Martin Moss - assistant engineers
Simon Jeffes — orchestra arranger
Martin Ford — orchestra conductor

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