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C-Sides (Music)


C-Sides specializes in obscure music from all over the globe. With rock at its core, Rick Comello explores multiple genres spanning the last 45 years, unearthing music from some of the finest progressive, fusion, avant-garde, psych and hard rock artists to ever grace this wondrous planet.

Tue May 5th 2015 1.00am–3.00am

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central


Fermata “Huascaran II”
from Huascaran (Bonton 1995) —We conclude this morning's C-Sides with some phenomenal Progressive Jazz Rock from Slovakia. Originally released in 1978. Thanks for listening, folks! Be sure to tune in again next week! ☮


Anekdoten “Shooting Star”
from Until All the Ghosts Are Gone (Virta 2015) N  —Brand New Prog from Borlänge, Sweden. This is the opening track on their 6th album. Released April 10th, 2015


Sinkadus “Snalblast”
from Aurum Nostrum (Cyclops 1997) —This morning's Monster Size Epic comes to you by this Progressive Rock band from Göteborg, Sweden. Released on their 1st album in 1997


Eskaton “If”
from Ardeur (Soleil Zeuhl 2003) —Classic Zeuhl from Paris France. This tune comes from their debut album, originally released in 1980


Titanic “One Night In Eagle Rock”
from Eagle Rock (Repertoire unk 2000) —Progressive Hard Rock from Frankfurt, Germany. Originally released in 1973, on their 3rd album


National Health “Tenemos Roads”
from Complete (ESD 1990) —Fantastic classic tune by this Canterbury Scene artist from London. Originally released on their debut LP in 1977


Pancake “Roxy Elephant” (Garden Of Delights 2003) —Prog Rock from Winnenden, Germany. Originally released in 1975


La Seconda Genesi “Dimmi Padre”
from Tutto Deve Finire (Mellow Records 1994) —RPI from Rome, Italy. Originally released in 1972


Banda Elástica “Infantes Terribles”
from 2 (Discos Pueblo 1991) —Avant/Jazz Prog from Mexico City. Released in 1991. Happy Cinco De Mayo, Amigos!


Sindelfingen “Three Ladies”
from 'Odgipig (Background 1992) —Progressive Rock from Rochester, England. Originally released in 1973


Bang “Humble”
from Mother / Bow to the King (Lizard 1999) —Hard Rock from Philadelphia, PA. Originally released in 1972, on their 2nd album


Nathan Mahl “Machiavelique”
from The Clever Use Of Shadows (Independent 1999) —Good Morning! We begin today's C-Sides with a tune honoring Guy LeBlanc, who passed away last Tuesday. His band, Nathan Mahl hailed from Ottawa, Canada. This tune comes from their 2nd release, in 1999

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