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Dave Greenslade (born 18 January 1943) is an English composer and keyboard player. He has played 20 years with Colosseum and in his own eponymous band, Greenslade, and others including If and Chris Farlowe's Thunderbirds.
|Birth name||David Greenslade|
|Born||18 January 1943|
Woking, Surrey, England
|Genres||Rock, progressive rock|
|Instruments||Piano, keyboards, Hammond organ|
|Associated acts||Greenslade, Colosseum|
Greenslade was born in Woking, Surrey, England. Among his works are Cactus Choir, The Pentateuch of the Cosmogony (with art by Patrick Woodroffe) and From the Discworld. Television work includes music for the BBC series Gangsters (1975–1978), Bird of Prey (1982–1984) and A Very Peculiar Practice (1986).
After this he "virtually vanished from sight", becoming, as his friend Terry Pratchett proclaimed, "the man every TV producer in England would call when a new TV theme was needed". Greenslade's association with Pratchett, brought him back out into public view, with the 1994 release of From the Discworld, an album of music inspired by Pratchett's novels. Greenslade was active, between 1994 and 2015, after the re-forming of the band Colosseum.
Two more solo albums appeared, Going South and Routes/Roots, in 1999 and 2011 respectively.
- Those Who Are About to Die Salute You (1969)
- Valentyne Suite (1969)
- Daughter of Time (1970)
- Colosseum Live (1971)
- LiveS The Reunion Concerts 1994 – (1995)
- Live Cologne 1994 – (2003)
- Live05 – (2007)
- Bread & Circuses – (1997)
- Tomorrow's Blues – (2003)
- Time On Our Side (2014)
- Greenslade (1973)
- Bedside Manners Are Extra (1973)
- Spyglass Guest (1974)
- Time and Tide (1975)
- Large Afternoon (2000)
- Greenslade 2001 - Live the Full Edition (2002)
- "BBC - Cult - Classic TV - A Very Peculiar Practice (1991)". Bbc.co.uk. Retrieved 27 October 2010.
- "Dave Greenslade | Biography, Albums, Streaming Links". AllMusic. 18 January 1943. Retrieved 26 May 2020.
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