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Green Bullfrog
Studio album by Green Bullfrog
Released 1972
Recorded De Lane Lea Studios, London, March/April 1970
Label Decca D-75269
Producer Derek Lawrence, Engineer: Martin Birch

Green Bullfrog was an album resulting from a one-off studio project and recorded between February and May 1970. The album was the idea of producer Derek Lawrence who assembled a group of musicians with whom he had worked in the 1960s. For contractual reasons, the musicians were billed under pseudonyms:

Despite rumours at the time Jeff Beck, Roger Glover and Jon Lord do not appear on the sessions. A few originals (penned by Lawrence) were played, as well as many blues-inflected covers of rock songs. A record of this session was released in 1972. It was distributed by Decca records.

Four tracks recorded by Green Bullfrog have been published on the Ritchie Blackmore compilation Get Away - Groups and Sessions (2005).

It was remixed at Abbey Road Studios, London in 1991 by Derek Lawrence.

Tracks

(as on the Green Bullfrog Session CD) ( *appeared on original vinyl)

  1. "Ain't Nobody Home" (Jerry Ragovoy)
  2. "Bullfrog" (Lawrence)*
  3. "Walk a Mile in My Shoes" (Joe South)*
  4. "My Baby Left Me" (Arthur Crudup)*
  5. "Makin' Time" (Eddie Phillips)*
  6. "Lawdy Miss Clawdy" (Lloyd Price)*
  7. "I'm a Free Man" (Klingman)*
  8. "Lovin' You is Good for me Baby" (Lawrence/Corlett/Hutton)*
  9. "I Want You" (White)*
  10. "Louisiana Man" (Doug Kershaw)
  11. "Who Do You Love" (Ellas McDaniel)

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