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Nicholas Greenwood was first known to be part of The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, playing with Vincent Crane (Atomic Rooster) and Carl Palmer (Atomic Rooster and Emerson, Lake & Palmer) and stayed longer than those two until midway through 1970. He was latter part of Khan with Steve Hillage and Dave Stewart. After the demise of Khan, Nick Greenwood (this is the only time he is mentioned as Nick instead of Nicholas) took Khan-drummer Eric Peachy and enlisted Dick Heningway on keyboards and reedman Bunk Gardner (ex-Frank Zappa and Ex-Tim Buckley) and recorded his only solo album, which developed an organ-driven type of brass-rock somewhere between Atomic Rooster, Arzachel, Khan and If.Read More...
The album was released on the Kingdom label and became a rarity for decades until it finally received a CD re-issue through the nebulous Akarma label. Not much is known about the musicians' respective then-futures.
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