Greyhound was a reggae band from Britain.
Greyhound began as The Rudies in the late 1960s, with core members Danny Smith and Freddie Notes. They also released material as The Tilermen and Des All Stars. Under the name The Rudies, they issued a cover of "Patches" by Clarence Carter and also "Montego Bay" by Bobby Bloom. Billed as Freddie Notes and The Rudies, "Montego Bay" peaked at #45 in the UK Singles Chart in October 1970. After Notes's departure, Glenroy Oakley joined the band and they changed their name to Greyhound in 1970. Their first single was an Earl Robinson/David I. Arkin composition, "Black and White", later recorded by artists as diverese as The Maytones, Sammy Davis Jr. and Three Dog Night; Greyhound scored a Top Ten hit with the tune in the UK Singles Chart. Two more singles, including a cover of Henry Mancini's "Moon River" followed, before the group's fame faded.
- Black and White (Trojan Records, 1972)
- Leave the Reggae to Us (Mercury Records, 1975)
- Mango Rock (retitled UK release of Leave the Reggae to Us) (Transatlantic records, 1976)
- "Black and White" (1971) UK #6
- "Moon River" (1971) UK #12
- "I Am What I Am" (1972) UK #20
- "Jamaican Rum"
Greyhound - Black and White
UK Trojan records TR 7820 (1971).
Record produced by Dave Bloxham.
The vinyl record attains a strong excellent grading, suggesting few plays.
Audio quality is very clear and strong throughout.
Both record centre labels are clean and unmarked.
The record centre labels are free from tears, stains or stickers.
The record comes with an original company paper sleeve.