Greenslade music, videos, stats, and photos | Last.fmGreenslade were an English progressive rock band, formed in the autumn of 1972 by keyboard player Dave Greenslade and bassist Tony Reeves, with keyboardist Dave Lawson and drummer Andrew McCulloch. The band made their live debut at Frankfurt’s Zoom Club in November 1972. Longtime musical associates, with a common background in jazz, Greenslade and Reeves had been original members of Colosseum. The two decided they wanted to form a band with two keyboardists. At the time, Reeves was A&R director for the independent progressive label Greenwich Gramophone Co., and he invited Dave Lawson of Samurai, a commercially struggling act with the label, to become part of the group. Lawson was previously a member of The Alan Bown Set and Web, whilst drummer Andrew McCulloch was briefly a member of King Crimson and Fields. See for more.

Drum Folk

What Are You Doin’ To Me

Drowning Man


Sunkissed You’re Not

Spirit of the Dance

Bedside Manners Are Extra


Greenslade [1973] (full album vinyl)

Bedside Manners Are Extra (1973) [Full Album]

Spyglass Guest (1974) (Full album)

Time And Tide (1975) )Full album)

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