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Time and Tide is the fourth studio album of the British progressive rock band Greenslade, released in 1975 on Warner Bros. The artwork for the album cover is by Patrick Woodroffe. The album was released in the US on the Mercury Records label.
British prog-rock underdogs Greenslade reached their peak with their third album, SPYGLASS GUEST. While the dueling keyboards of Dave Greenslade and Dave Lawson still lead the charge, it's the first Greenslade album to feature guitar (Dave Clem Clempson of Humble Pie), and it's probably the band's most visceral effort. Their trademark balance between arty, fleet-fingered keyboard antics and grittier, more light-hearted tunes is refined here to the point of perfection, making this a lost prog classic.
Spyglass Guest is the third studio album by British progressive rock band Greenslade, released in 1974. It is their most commercially successful album to date, having reached number 34 in the UK Albums Chart. It was the final recording bassist Tony Reeves made with the group, leaving Greenslade shortly after the LP was completed. Spirit of the Dance" (music: Dave Greenslade) – 5:08. Little Red Fry Up" (music and lyrics: Dave Lawson) – 5:11. Rainbow" (music and lyrics: Dave Lawson) – 4:20.
GREENSLADE's classic third album, "Spyglass Guest" uniquely features guitars with Andy Roberts and Dave "Clem" Clempson (another former COLOSSEUM bandmate) delivering some six-string action. I personally love the first 4 GREENSLADE albums and find each one different and in many ways unique. Spyglass Guest" features the full arsenal of GREENSLADE's keyboards (organs, synths, Mellotron, Calvinet, Glockenspiel, Harmoniums and Tubular Bells) with Lawson's keys and vocals, McCulloch's drums and percussion and Tony Reeves last album (bass). Spyglass Guest was the band's third album, and remains my personal Greenslade favourite. In my opinion, it is every bit as good as the previous two. But, just like those two, it falls short of being more than merely good overall.
By: Greenslade (1974, Rock). Time And Tide by Greenslade. Bedside Manners Are Extra by Greenslade. Live In Stockholm – March 10th, 1975 by Greenslade. Large Afternoon by Greenslade. View all albums . Spyglass Guest. By: Greenslade (1974, Rock). 1. Spirit Of The Dance.
6. 6. See all. Posts. includes a bonus CD featuring a superb sixty-minute concert recorded for Swedish Radio in March 1975 in Stockholm, re-mastered from the original Swedish Radio master tapes, offering a glimpse of the excellence of this short-lived line-up of band in a live environment and. released officially for the very first time.
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|A1||Spirit Of The Dance
Bass Guitar, Bass [Leslied] – Tony ReevesDrums, Percussion – Andrew McCulloch*Music By – Dave GreensladeOrgan, Electric Piano [Fender], Mellotron, Clavinet, Synthesizer [Arp] – Dave Greenslade
|A2||Little Red Fry-Up
Bass Guitar – Tony ReevesDrums – Andrew McCulloch*Electric Guitar – Clem ClempsonMusic By, Lyrics By – Dave LawsonVocals, Electric Piano [Fender], Clavinet, Synthesizer [Arp], Soprano Saxophone – Dave Lawson
Drums, Percussion – Andrew McCulloch*Music By, Lyrics By – Dave LawsonPiano [Acoustic], Electric Piano [Fender], Synthesizer [Arp], Gong, Bells [Bell Tree], Vocals – Dave LawsonRecorded By [Rain] – Jeremy Ensor
Acoustic Guitar – Andy Roberts Bass Guitar – Tony ReevesDrums, Percussion – Andrew McCulloch*Electric Guitar – Clem ClempsonElectric Piano [Fender], Mellotron, Organ, Glockenspiel – Dave GreensladeMusic By – Tony Reeves
|B1||Joie De Vivre
Bass Guitar – Tony ReevesDrums – Andrew McCulloch*Electric Piano [Fender, Electra], Mellotron, Organ, Harmonium, Bells [Tubular] – Dave GreensladeLyrics By – Martin Hall Music By – Dave GreensladeRecorded By [Church Noises] – Gregg JackmanViolin – Graham SmithVocals, Synthesizer [Arp], Electric Piano [Rmi] – Dave Lawson
Drums, Percussion – Andrew McCulloch*Music By, Lyrics By – Dave LawsonPiano [Fender], Synthesizer [Arp], Bells [Bell Plates], Vocals – Dave Lawson
Bass Guitar – Tony ReevesDrums – Andrew McCulloch*Electric Piano [Fender], Organ, Mellotron – Dave GreensladeMusic By – Dave GreensladeSynthesizer [Arp], Electric Piano [Rmi], Piano [Acoustic], Clavinet – Dave Lawson
|B4||Theme For An Imaginary Western
Bass Guitar – Tony ReevesClavinet, Vocals – Dave LawsonDrums – Andrew McCulloch*Electric Piano [Fender], Harmonium – Dave GreensladeLyrics By – Pete Brown Music By – Jack Bruce
- Design [Sleeve Design] – Keef
- Engineer – Gregg Jackman
- Engineer [Assisted By] – Lindsay Kidd
- Producer – Greenslade, Jeremy Ensor
NotesReleased in a fold-out cover in a ''swirl'' Vertigo label. Lyrics inside the cover.
On the label the title reads ''Spy Glass Guest''.
|K 56055||Greenslade||Spyglass Guest (LP, Album, Gat)||Warner Bros. Records||K 56055||UK||1974|
|6370 111||Greenslade||Spyglass Guest (LP, Album, Gat)||Vertigo||6370 111||Australia||1974|
|WOU 8672||Greenslade||Spyglass Guest (CD, Album, RE)||Wounded Bird Records||WOU 8672||US||2009|
|PECLEC 22647||Greenslade||Spyglass Guest (2xCD, Album, RE, RM, Dig)||Esoteric Recordings||PECLEC 22647||UK||2018|
|SRM 1-1015||Greenslade||Spyglass Guest (LP, Album, Gat)||Mercury||SRM 1-1015||US||1974|