Gravy Train were a progressive rock group active from 1969 to 1975, formed by vocalist and guitarist Norman Barratt and featuring J.D. Hughes, Les Williams and Barry Davenport. The 1974 album Staircase to the Day was their final studio album, which was the first to be recorded by producer Vic Smith, who later worked with The Jam. It featured the title track ''Staircase to the Day," which is considered to be a progressive rock classic.
The album came wrapped in a colorful designed gatefold sleeve by Roger Dean, who also designed artwork for Yes and Asia.
Staircase to the Day is available as a limited edition of 1,000 individually numbered copies on light green colored vinyl.
- 180g Audiophile Vinyl LP
- Gatefold Sleeve Artwork by Roger Dean
- Limited Edition of 1,000 Individually Numbered Copies on Light Green Vinyl
- Starbright Starlight
- Bring My Life Back On to Me
- Never Wanted You
- Staircase to the Day
- Going for a Quick One
- The Last Day
- Evening of My Life
- Busted in Schenectady