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 26th 2015 1.00am–3.00am
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Bohemia “Návštěva ve Zverexu”
from Zrnko Písku (Supraphon 2008) —We conclude this morning's C-Sides with some Jazz Rock from Praha, Czech Republic. This is a bonus track on the reissue of their 1978 LP. Thanks for listening, folks! Be sure to tune in again next week! ☮
from Jericho (Repertoire unk 1990) —Heavy Psych from London. Formed in Israel as the Churchills in 1968. After relocating to the UK they released an album as Jericho Jones in 1971. This tune comes from the follow-up simply titled Jericho from 1972
Arabesque “An Epic: Krail Mountain”
from Tales of Power (Shroom 2002) —Symphonic Prog from Pittsburg, PA. Recorded in 1973, released in 2002
Jan Dukes De Grey “Sun Symphonica”
from Mice and Rats in the Loft (Breathless 2003) —Today's Monster Size Epic comes to you by this stellar Acid/Progressive Folk band from Leeds, England. With a sound similar to the legendary Comus. This epic track was originally released in 1971. The same year as First Utterance.
Orange Peel “We Still Try to Change”
from Orange Peel (CMP 2003) —Heavy Psych/Prog from Hanau, Germany. Originally released in 1970
Christmas “Zephyr Song”
from Heritage (Unidisc 1998) —Psych/Prog from Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. Originally released in 1970 on their 2nd LP
Rialzu “A Mubba”
from U Rigiru (Soleil Zeuhl 2008) —Jazz Rock with a Zeuhl touch from Avignon, France. Originally released in 1978
Opeth “The Drapery Falls”
from Blackwater Park (Koch 2001) —Progressive Death Metal from Stockholm, Sweden. Released on their 5th album in 2001
Area “ZYG (crescita zero)”
from Caution Radiation Area (Cramps 1998) —Good Morning! We begin today's C-Sides with a killer instrumental by this legendary band from Milan, Italy. This tune comes from their 2nd LP, originally released in 1974
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