|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||The Green Album||13||Audio||1983||Capitol Records|
|2||Theme Of Secrets||8||Audio||1985||Private Music|
|3||The Green Album||13||Audio||1992||One Way Records (6)|
|4||The Green Album||13||Audio||1983||Capitol Records|
|5||The Green Album||13||Audio||1983||Capitol Records|
|6||Theme Of Secrets||8||Audio||1989||Private Music|
|7||Yesterday Boulevard/On A Still Night||2||Audio||1976||Island Records|
|8||The Green Album||13||Audio||1983||Capitol Records|
|9||Theme Of Secrets||8||Audio||2004-12-00|
|10||The Green Album||13||Audio||2000||Stress Records (2)|
|11||The Green Album||13||Audio||1983||Capitol Records|
|12||Theme Of Secrets||8||Audio||1985||Private Music|
|13||Theme Of Secrets||8||Audio||1985||Private Music|
|14||The Green Album||13||Audio||1983||EMI|
|15||The Green Album||13||Audio||1983||Capitol Records|
Born 1955 Billingham, Cleveland, United Kingdom.
Keyboard player for a number of UK progressive rock outfits. Replaced Brian Eno in Roxy Music. Founding member of Progressive Rock Super group UK with John Wetton, Allan Holdsworth and Bill Bruford.
There is some confusion as to whether "Zinc" was actually the name of one of Jobson's albums or of the band itself. allmusic.com reviewer François Couture writes: "After his stint with Jethro Tull and as the wave of new romantic pop groups were taking control of the airwaves, Eddie Jobson entered the studio to record his first solo album, known as Zink, although it was meant to be titled "The Green Album" and billed to the band name "Zinc" -- the record company messed things up quite a bit."