The second album "The Valentyne Suite" is considired as their best.
It sounds mature and varied with the epic titletrack as the highlight: it's build up around a mindblowing solo on the Hammond organ by Dave Greenslade and great guitarwork by James Litherland. ), Dick Heckstall-Smith delivers stunning tenor-saxophone work.
If anyone could help me I'd be really grateful I'm sure it's quite old because the headstock logo is different from the current ASAT specials, with a less prominent G&L logo, and the decals being all black.
The Les Paul was offered in Custom, Standard, Special, and Junior models.
In the mid-50s, the Thinline series was produced, which included a line of thinner guitars like the Byrdland.
The music is a progressive mix of several styles (rock, jazz, blues) with lots of sensational solos and captivating interplay.
In '71 the band released their highly acclaimed live album "Colosseum live", a proove of their great skills on stage but also showing that at some moments the compositions sounded a bit too stretched.