COLOSSEUM discography and reviewsstrong> were a pioneering English progressive jazz-rock band, mixing progressive rock and jazz-base d The band was formed in September 1968 by drummer Jon Hiseman, tenor sax player Dick Heckstall-Smith and bass player Tony Reeves, who had previously worked together in John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers on the Bare Wires album. Dave Greenslade, on organ, was immediately recruited, and the line-up was completed by Jim Roche on guitar, although Roche only recorded one track before being replaced by James Litherland, (guitar and vocals). Hiseman and Heckstall-Smith had also previously played in Graham Bond’s band, and Colosseum utilised several of the songs from that period. take a look. See for more.

Skelington Part 1 Live 1994

Lost Angeles (part 1)

Rope ladder to the moon…

Walking in the park

Valentyne Suite Part-1/2

Debut” live 1969

theme for an imaginary western – Chris Farlowe

The kettle


Valentyne Suite Part-2/2

Daughter of Time 1970 Full album

Strange New Flesh Full Album

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