- Performer:Mick Greenwood
- Title:Living Game
- Style:Prog-Rock,British Folk-Rock
- Date of release:1971
- Recording date:1971
- Recording location:CBS London
- Size FLAC version1928 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1905 megabytes
- Size WMA version1344 megabytes
- Formats:AU AHX RA VQF DMF FLAC
Mick Greenwood is an English-born singer/songwriter and producer. Greenwood was discovered at New York's The Bitter End by the legendary John Hammond of Columbia Records and signed to MCA Records in 1971, and a debut album Living Game was recorded. Mick and his band toured the US in the 1970s, The 1972 tour band included Dave Peacock, who returned to the UK. Living Game 1971. To Friends 1972, reissued in Japan in 2006. Midnight Dreamer 1974. Living Game" B-side: "To The Sea", 22 Oct 1971.
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Living Game is the most appealing of Mick Greenwood's '70s trilogy of albums, more focused than 1972's To Friends and much less slick than 1974's Midnight Dreamer. Recorded with members of Fotheringay (drummer Gerry Conway) and Fairport Convention (bassist Dave Pegg), among others, Living Game is a straightforward British folk-rock album with some pop and psychedelic influences.
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Mick Greenwood is an English-born singer/songwriter and producer. Predominately self-taught, Mick found an affinity with the piano at around 4 years old, and at 14 got what he wanted for his birthday, a Kent electric guitar with a Sears Roebuck amp. After an initial disappointing cacophony, the guitar stayed in its case until Mick broke his right wrist on the wrestling mat at school. Greenwood returned to England in 1970 and made his first highly-acclaimed album, Living Game, which became Cashbox’s import of the week and was released throughout the world. Recorded at CBS London and Sound Techniques, Chelsea, this was the first time Mick had entered a recording studio. The sessions went so well that the musicians involved became his backing band on the road.
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CreditsNed Balen - Percussion, Tabla
Denis Blackham - Digital Mastering
Phill Brown - Mastering Consultant
Martin Clark - Producer
Gerry Conway - Drums, Percussion
Tony Cox - Producer
Tony Cox - Arranger, Harmonica, Keyboards, Piano, Producer, Vocals
Lyn Dobson - Flute, Sax (Tenor), Sitar
Jerry Donahue - Guitar, Guitar (Electric), Vocals
Pat Donaldson - Bass, Guitar (Bass)
Mike Fitzgerald - Engineer
Victor Gamm - Engineer
Mick Greenwood - Composer, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Keyboards, Primary Artist, Vocals
Karl Jenkins - Sax (Baritone), Saxophone
Bud Parkes - Trumpet
Dave Pegg - Bass, Guitar (Bass)
Dudu Pukwana - Sax (Alto), Saxophone
Christine Quaile - Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Shepard Sherbell - Photography
Andrew Smith - Banjo
Derek Wadsworth - Trombone
|1||Taxi Mick Greenwood||Mick Greenwood||2:57|
|2||Friend of Mind Mick Greenwood||Mick Greenwood||2:42|
|3||Living Game Mick Greenwood||Mick Greenwood||4:34|
|4||My Life Mick Greenwood||Mick Greenwood||3:50|
|5||To the Sea Mick Greenwood||Mick Greenwood||3:23|
|6||After the First World War Mick Greenwood||Mick Greenwood||5:50|
|7||To the Farside Mick Greenwood||Mick Greenwood||2:45|
|8||Truth Seeker Mick Greenwood||Mick Greenwood||2:46|
|9||Situation Number Four Mick Greenwood||Mick Greenwood||2:22|
|10||Keep Coming Back Mick Greenwood||Mick Greenwood||4:07|
|11||Sight Mick Greenwood||Mick Greenwood||4:00|