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 Dec 1st 2015 1.00am–3.00am
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from Fly Away (Background 1994) —We conclude C-Sides #106 with a mini-Psych tune by this band from Ditchling, England. Originally released in 1970. Thanks for listening, folks! Be sure to tune in again next week for more audible treasures! ☮
from Stardrive (Wounded Bird 2009) —Synth heavy Prog Rock from the USA. This tune comes from Robert Mason's 2nd Stardrive LP. Originally released in 1974
Secret Oyster “High Luminant Silver Patters”
from Straight To The Krankenhaus (Laser’s Edge 2007) —Stellar Progressive Jazz Rock from Copenhagen, Denmark. Originally released on their 4th album, in 1976. Special thanks to Ken Golden for reissuing these guys first four albums
Osmosis “Of War and Peace (In Full)”
from Osmosis (Synton 2001) —Rare Psych influenced Prog Rock from Boston, MA. Originally released in 1970
from Kraan (Intercord 2000) —Today's Monster Size Epic comes from this great band from Ulm, Germany. This epic track comes from their 1972 debut. You can't go wrong with any 70's Kraan!
Victoria “Village of Etaf (Prelude and Overture)”
from Victoria (Shadoks 2013) —Obscure Psychedelic Rock from Jersey City, NJ. Originally released in 1971
Flied Egg “521 Seconds Schizophrenic Symphony”
from Good Bye (P-Vine 1998) —Prog Rock from Japan. This comes from their 2nd and final album. Originally released in 1972
Manna/Mirage “Muffin Man Redux”
from Blue Dogs (New House Music 2015) —Good Morning! We begin today's C-Sides with some brand new music out of Maryland. Manna/Mirage is basically The Muffins. The band features Dave Newhouse, Billy Swan and Paul Sears, Released November 14th
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