For the country music group, see Cactus Choir (band). Cactus Choir is the first solo album by British keyboardist Dave Greenslade, released in 1976 soon after the disbandment of his own eponymous band, Greenslade. It is loosely based on a concept about the colonization of American West, and it features a simpler sound than previous Greenslade albums. The artwork for the album cover is by Roger Dean. Track listing: All music written by Dave Greenslade. Lyrics by Jon Hiseman (2) and Martin Hall (4, 6). Track listing: No. Title Length 1. "Pedro's Party" 2:38 2. "Gettysburg" 3:58 3. "Swings and Roundabouts" 4:19 4. "Time Takes My Time" 6:00 5. "Forever and Ever" 4:09 6. "Cactus Choir" 6:15 7. "Country Dance" 5:36 8. "Finale" 8:37 Personnel: Dave Greenslade -- keyboards, vocals (4), co-producer, Tony Reeves -- bass guitar (1, 2, 6, 8), Simon Phillips -- drums, percussion, Steve Gould -- vocals (2, 6), Dave Markee -- bass guitar (3, 4), John Perry -- bass guitar (7), Mick Grabham -- guitar (4), Lissa Gray -- vocals (4), Bill Jackman -- bass flute, bass clarinet (8), Gregg Jackman -- co-producer, engineer, Rupert Hine -- co-producer, Chris Tsangarides, Martin Moss - assistant engineers, Simon Jeffes -- orchestra arranger, Martin Ford -- orchestra conductor

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