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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