Eddie Jobson / Zinc (3) ‎– The Green Album

Capitol Records ‎– 1C 064 4001831
Vinyl, LP, Album

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A1 Transporter 1:11
A2 Resident 6:01
A3 Easy For You To Say 4:07
A4 Prelude 2:30
A5 Nostalgia 2:27
A6 Walking From Pastel 2:07
A7 Turn It Over
Guitar – Cary Sharaf
B1 Green Face 4:22
B2 Who My Friends... 6:31
B3 Color Code 1:05
B4 Listen To Reason
Guitar – Gary Green
B5 Through The Glass
Guitar – Gary Green
B6 Transporter 2 0:22

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Embossed "EMI" logo on the back cover (bottom right)
Released with a printed inner sleeve.

Marketed, manufactured and distributed by EMI
Printed in Germany by 4P Nicolaus GmbH, Köln
℗ 1983 Capitol Records, Inc. © 1983 Capitol Records, Inc.

Recorded at:
Kingdom Sound Studios, Long Island, New York

Backing tracks recorded at:
Minot Sound, White Plains, New York

Mixed at:
Kingdom Sound Studios, Long Island, New York [tracks A1, A2, A6, B1, B5, B6]
Electric Lady Studios, New York City [tracks A3, A4, B2]
Bearsville Sound Studios, Woodstock, New York [tracks A5, A7, B3, B4]

Compiled at:
Bearsville Sound Studios
Minot Sound
Record Plant, New York

Mastered at:
Sterling Sound, New York City

Recorded at 30ips, 24 track, Dolby.
Mixed manually at 30ips on ½ inch, no noise reduction.
Keyboards: Yamaha CS80 and Mini-Moog synthesizers; Yamaha Grand Piano

Green - The first Zinc album - completed in March 1983
All selections published by Jobsongs, Inc. © 1983 / ASCAP

Recorded for Zinc Inc. in association with North Shore Music Productions

Made in EEC

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 099940 018317
  • Label Code: LC 0148
  • Rights Society (Publishing): ASCAP
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped side A): 4001831-A3-C
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped side B): 4001831-B3-C


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December 28, 2017
The 2014, Japanese releases sound insane, they are all the same master except they have different packaging designs. For sound quality, they are the ones to own!


October 7, 2017
Musically impressive release, yet Eddie is pretty much a lackluster imitation of Jon Anderson as a vocalist, should've hired a vocalist as well. Sill a great all around album.