Green Bullfrog

Green Bullfrog Discography


Green Bullfrog Green Bullfrog (Album) MCA Records UK 1971 Sell This Version
Green Bullfrog The Green Bullfrog Sessions (Album) Connoisseur Collection UK 1991 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Green Bullfrog My Baby Left Me Decca US 1971 Sell This Version


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July 8, 2012
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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:
Albert Lee = Pinta
Matthew Fisher = Sorry
Ian Paice of Deep Purple = Speedy
Tony Ashton = Bevy
Rod Alexander = Vicar
Chas Hodges = Sleepy
Earl Jordan = Jordan
Big Jim Sullivan = Boss
Ritchie Blackmore of Deep Purple = Boots
Despite rumours at the time Albert Lee, 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 first issued on vinyl by MCA Records in the UK and Decca records in the USA.

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