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Greenslade
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Bedside Manners are Extra
Review by Gary Hill

This reissue of the second Greenslade album is a definite value. It's a double disc set in a great digipack with a classy booklet.


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Greenslade (Expanded and Re-Mastered 2CD Edition)
Review by Gary Hill

I remember that I first heard of Greenslade when I was looking over one of the Roger Dean books. I'm a huge fan of the artist, and he did the cover to this album.


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Spyglass Guest
Review by Gary Hill

This new re-mastered edition of the third Greenslade album is quite cool. First you get the original album with a polished up sound on the first CD of the set.


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Time and Tide (Remastered 2-CD Edition)
Review by Gary Hill

This new reissue of a 1975 release from Greenslade is recommended. This includes a remastered version of the main album.


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This new release is a deluxe reissue of an old album from Colosseum. There is a second CD with bonus tracks and to some degree, I think I like that disc better. .


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This is a recent CD reissue of a spectacularly ambitious full-colour book and double-album project from 1979.

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