Dave Greenfield

Dave Greenfield

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Dave Greenfield (born David Paul Greenfield, 29 March 1949, Brighton, England) is the keyboard player with English rock band, The Stranglers.


He is noted for his trademark style of playing rapid arpeggios. His distinctive sound on the early Stranglers recordings involved the use of Hohner Cembalet electric piano, Hammond L-100 electric organ, a Minimoog synthesizer, and later an Oberheim FVS-4 polyphonic synthesizer.

He also frequently contributes harmony backing vocals to the band's songs, and sang the lead vocals on a few of their tracks, including:

On the albums The Raven, Gospel According to the Meninblack and Aural Sculpture, Greenfield also used a Korg VC-10 vocoder. Notable instances of this include in "Genetix" when it accompanies his own vocal and during the "Gene Regulation" section underneath Hugh Cornwell's monologue, on "Baroque Bordello" towards the end of the song, and in the song "North Winds".

Greenfield and fellow-Strangler Jean-Jacques Burnel released a joint album in 1983, Fire and Water , used as the soundtrack for the film, Ecoutez vos murs directed by Vincent Coudanne.

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