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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 Apr 21st 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


T2 “Morning”
from It's All Work Out in Boomland (SPM 1991) —This morning's appropriately titled Monster Size Epic comes from this killer Progressive Hard Rock band from London. Originally released in 1970


Banzaï “Hattrick”
from Hora Nata (Pseudonym 1995) —Progressive Rock from Antwerp, Belgium. Originally released in 1975


Acqua Fragile “Three Hands Man”
from Acqua Fragile (BMG Ricordi S.p.A. 1991) —Prog Rock from Parma, Italy. Originally released in 1973


Crack the Sky “Ice”
from Crack the Sky (Lifesong 1988) —This Classic Art Rock tune from West Virginia goes out in memory of Reed Billings. A great music friend who passed away last Saturday. We'll miss you Reed! This tune was originally released in 1975.


Splash “Sambahmadu”
from Splash (Four Leaf Clover Records 2001) —Latin flavored Jazz Rock from Söderhamn, Sweden. Originally released in 1974


Bohemia “King Gong”
from Zrnko Písku (Supraphon a.s. 2008) —Jazz/Prog Rock from Praha, Czech Republic. This is a bonus track from the album, originally released in 1978


Amenophis “The Flower (I the Appearance / II Discovering the Entrance In the Shadow of a Dying Bloom)”
from Amenophis (Musea 1992) —Symphonic Prog from Baden, Germany. Originally released in 1983


Agincourt “Barn Owl Blues”
from Fly Away (Background 1994) —Folk Rock from East Sussex, England. Originally released in 1970


Buon Vecchio Charlie “Venite Giù Al Fiume”
from Buon Vecchio Charlie (Akarma 1999) —Good Morning! We begin today's C-Sides with a Prog Rock loose interpretation of Grieg's Hall of the Mountain King by this band from Rome. Recorded in 1971, released in 1990.

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