You can still put these records on and disappear back to a simpler time of longer hair, wider trousers, three TV channels and, of course, strangely alluring album covers left in school classrooms. It's marvellously evocative stuff... Ah, Greenslade. The name still stirs memories of first encountering the band in 1973, as a callow 12-year-old,..
In which the diligent miners at Esoteric Records unearth yet another nugget from the rich 1970s seam which only the more dedicated of '70s prog devotees are likely to be familiar with. In this case, it was blink-and-you'd-miss-them, as Samurai released this sole album in 1971 before folding almost immediately. There was more to them,..
If you’re a casual listener – this is probably all you’ll need. If you’re a fan, that Reading track you’ve been after is finally here... Greenslade are one of those peculiarly ‘1970s’ prog bands who had a fairly high profile in that decade yet dropped of the proverbial cliff as the ‘80s dawned (much of..