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Red Queen to Gryphon Three

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Red Queen to Gryphon Three
Gryphon Red Queen to Gryphon Three.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedDecember 1974
RecordedAugust 1974
StudioChipping Norton Recording Studios, Oxfordshire, England
GenreProgressive rock, progressive folk, medieval folk rock
LabelTransatlantic (UK)
Bell (US)
Brain (Germany)
ProducerGryphon, Dave Grinsted
Gryphon chronology
Midnight Mushrumps
Red Queen to Gryphon Three
Professional ratings
Review scores
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]

Red Queen to Gryphon Three is the third studio album made by the progressive rock band Gryphon. The album was released on Transatlantic Records in the UK with a blue cover, while Bell Records released the album in Canada with the cover border in black.

Red Queen to Gryphon Three is a concept album based loosely on a game of chess. The music, which frequently evokes a medieval mood, blends and alternates Baroque, Renaissance, English folk and progressive rock music styles. Themes are presented, developed and recapitulated in the fashion of classical music.

Track listing

Side one
1."Opening Move"Richard Harvey, Graeme Taylor, Brian Gulland, David Oberlé9:42
2."Second Spasm"Taylor, Gulland8:15
Side two
3."Lament"Taylor, Gulland, Philip Nestor10:45
4."Checkmate"Harvey, Taylor, Gulland, Oberlé9:50
Total length:38:32




  • Arranged by Gryphon
  • Produced by Gryphon & Dave Grinsted
  • Recorded & Mixed by Dave Grinsted at Chipping Norton Studios, August 1974
  • All songs published by Heathside Music.
  • Organ manufactured by Ernest Hart
  • Acoustic bass manufactured by Pete Redding


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