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Music  >>  CDs  >>  Rock/Pop

Greenslade

Going South

Greenslade Going South Import Gbr
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DAVE GREENSLADE'S eponymous band once performed a song entitled 'Feathered Friends', so maybe we souldn't have been surprised when, a quqrter of a century or so later , he released a whole album dedicated to matters ornithological. "This album was initially inspired by the evocative sight of migrating birds. I always experience a mysterious thrill when observing these determined creatures on their way to who knows where." As it happened, very few managed to experience the mysterious thrill of the music, as the album was only briefly available. Now, with Dave's profile considerably higher due to the revived Colosseum and a successful Greenslade reunion, it's time to look to the skies once more. And as he explaines, there are few stylistic similarities to such previous successful solo projects as 'Cactus Choir', The Pentateuch Of The Cosmogony' and 'From The Discworld'. Now join Dave Greenslade on this fascnating musical voyage of discovery.
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