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Dave Greenslade

Dave Greenslade
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Dave Greenslade (born 18 January 1943) is an English composer and keyboard player. He has played 20 years with Colosseum and in his own eponymous band, Greenslade, and others including If and Chris Farlowe's Thunderbirds.
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Various Artists — 2001 - A Space Rock Odyssey Various Artists — 2001 - A Space Rock Odyssey
(Castle CMDDD094, 2001, 2CD)
Greenslade — Large Afternoon Greenslade — Large Afternoon
(Mystic MYS CD 142, 2000, CD)
Patrick Woodroffe / Dave Greenslade — The Pentateuch of the Cosmogony Patrick Woodroffe / Dave Greenslade — The Pentateuch of the Cosmogony
(BGO BGOCD170, 1979/1994, CD)
Dave Greenslade — Cactus Choir Dave Greenslade — Cactus Choir
(Edsel EDSA 5036, 1976/2014, CD)
Greenslade — Live Greenslade — Live
(Mystic MYS CD 136, 1975/1999, CD)
Greenslade — Shades of Green 1972-1975 Greenslade — Shades of Green 1972-1975
(Earotic EMCD 9701, 1975/1997, CD)
Greenslade — Time and Tide Greenslade — Time and Tide
(Wounded Bird WOU 8682, 1975/2009, CD)
Greenslade — Spyglass Guest Greenslade — Spyglass Guest
(Wounded Bird WOU 8672, 1974/2009, CD)
Greenslade — Bedside manners Are Extra Greenslade — Bedside manners Are Extra
(Wounded Bird WOU 6866, 1973/2006, CD)
Greenslade — Greenslade Greenslade — Greenslade
(Wounded Bird WOU 2698, 1973/2006, CD)
Colosseum — Colosseum Live Colosseum — Colosseum Live
(Sanctuary Records SMRCD118, 1971/2004, CD)
Colosseum — Daughter of Time Colosseum — Daughter of Time
(Sanctuary Records SMRCD119, 1970/2004, CD)
Colosseum — Valentyne Suite Colosseum — Valentyne Suite
(Sanctuary Records SMEDD097, 1970/2004, 2CD)
Colosseum — Those Who Are About to Die Salute You Colosseum — Those Who Are About to Die Salute You
(Talking Elephant TECD222, 1969/2013, CD)

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