|Studio album by Greenslade|
|Recorded||Morgan Studios, London|
|Genre||Progressive rock, rhythm and blues|
|Label||Warner Bros. (UK)|
|Producer||Tony Reeves, Dave Greenslade, Stuart Taylor|
Greenslade is an eponymous album by the British progressive rock band Greenslade, released in 1973, and their first studio album. The artwork for the album cover is by Roger Dean. The album has seven tracks comprising six songs and one instrumental piece.
|2.||"An English Western"||3:27|
|3.||"Drowning Man"||lyrics: Greenslade||5:50|
|1.||"Mélange"||music: Reeves, Greenslade, Lawson||7:30|
|2.||"What Are You Doin' to Me"||music: Lawson||4:44|
- Andrew McCulloch — drums, percussion
- Dave Lawson — keyboards, vocals
- Tony Reeves — bass guitar, double bass, co-producer
- Dave Greenslade — keyboards, co-producer
- Stuart Taylor — co-producer
- Mike Bobak — engineer
- Roger Dean - cover artwork
K 446 207
Warner Music (Japan)
- "allmusic ((( Greenslade > Overview )))". www.allmusic.com. Retrieved 2009-09-22.
- "Greenslade - Greenslade at Discogs". www.discogs.com. Retrieved 2009-09-22.
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