Label: Stress Records (2) - Stress 0010187 • Format: CD Album, Unofficial Release, Limited Edition • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock, Classic Rock
Correspondence: Eddie Jobson / Zinc Box Greenwich, Connecticut , U.S.A. Clothes - Julie Morton. Hair - Olivier Mikhailoff. Green - the first Zinc album - completed in March Recorded for Zinc Inc., in association with North Shore Musical Productions/5(51).
After his stint with Jethro Tull and as the wave of new romantic pop groups were taking control of the airwaves, Eddie Jobson entered the studio to record his first solo album, known as Zinc, although it was meant to be titled "The Green Album" and billed to the band name "Zinc" -- the record company messed things up quite a bit. This is an honest effort of when-prog rock-meets-synth pop.
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Fans of ELP, UK, etc. Eddie jobson made an excellent prog solo CD after quitting UK. Very recommended for keyboardists; on level withe emerson and wakeman, and even more, really. it has magnificent piano and synth passages. Magnificent drums a la Bozzio. His second solo cd, Theme of secters is quite good too, buy a little more new age oriented/5(16).
The Green Album, an Album by Eddie Jobson / Zinc. Released 30 March on Capitol (catalog no. ST; Vinyl LP). Genres: Art Rock, Neo-Prog. Rated # in the best albums of Featured peformers: Eddie Jobson (vocals, keyboards, electric violin), Clay Hutchinson (overdubbing), Ron Cote (second engineer), Paul Mandl (second engineer), Eddie Jobson (second engineer), Eddie Jobson.
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