Those Who Are About to Die Salute You

Those Who Are About to Die Salute You

Infobox Album | Name = Those Who Are About to Die Salute You
Type = Album
Artist = Colosseum

Released = 1969
Recorded = Late 1968/early 1969
Genre = Rock, Jazz
Length = 39:38
Label = Dunhill
Producer = Gerry Bron
Reviews = Allmusic Rating|3|5 [ link]
Last album =
This album = "Those Who Are About to Die Salute You"
Next album = "Valentyne Suite"

"Those Who Are About to Die Salute You - Morituri Te Salutant" is the debut album by Colosseum, released in 1969 by Fontana. The title is a translation of the Latin phrase "morituri te salutant" that the gladiators addressed to the emperor before the beginning of a gladiatorial match.

UK Track listing

#"Walking in the Park" (Bond) – 3:51
#"Plenty Hard Luck" (Greenslade/Heckstall-Smith/Hiseman/Litherland/Reeves) – 4:23
#"Mandarin" (Reeves/Greenslade) – 4:27
#"Debut" (Greenslade/Heckstall-Smith/Hiseman/Reeves) – 6:20
#"Beware the Ides of March" (Greenslade/Heckstall-Smith/Hiseman/Reeves) – 5:34
#"The Road She Walked Before" (Heckstall-Smith) – 2:39
#"Backwater Blues" (Leadbelly) – 7:35
#"Those About to Die" (Greenslade/Heckstall-Smith/Hiseman/Reeves) – 4:49

US traklisting

In United States, it was released on the Dunhill label with a different track list.

1. "The Kettle" - 4:15

2. "Plenty Hard Luck" - 4:20

3. "Debut" - 6:13

4. "Those Who Are About to Die, Salute You - 4:47

5. "Valentyne Suite" - 15:18:# "Valentyne Suite Theme One: January's Search" (Greenslade/Hiseman):# "Valentyne Suite Theme Two: February's Valentyne" (Greenslade/Hiseman):# "Valentyne Suite Theme Three: Beware the Ides Of March" (Heckstall-Smith/Hiseman)6. "Walking in the Park" - 3:49


*Dave Greenslade - Organ, Vocals
*Dick Heckstall-Smith - Saxophones
*Jon Hiseman - Drums
*James Litherland - Guitar, Vocals
*Jim Roche - Guitar, Vocals (Only on Backwater Blues)
*Tony Reeves - Bass Guitar


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