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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 50 years, unearthing music from some of the finest progressive, fusion, avant-garde, psych and hard rock artists to ever grace this wondrous planet.

Tue Jan 23rd 2018 1.00am–3.00am

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Time zone: central


Melissa “Cuckoo”
from Midnight Trampoline (Rock In Box Records 1998) —Psych Rock out of Sydney, Australia. This track comes off of their only album. Originally released in 1971


Jasper Wrath “Roland of Montevere”
from Jasper Wrath (Flawed Gems 2009) —Progressive Rock from New Haven, CT. Originally released in 1971


Brân “Ar Glem”
from Hedfan (Big Pink 2016) —Hard Rock by this Folkish band from Bethesda, Wales. This track comes off of their 2nd album. Originally released in 1976


MediaBanda “El Pulgar del Diablo”
from Dinero y Terminación Nerviosa (Oveja Negra 2007) —Heavy Avant Prog out of Santiago, Chile. This track is the closer to their 2nd album. Released in 2007


Ciccada “Elisabeth”
from A Child in the Mirror (Fading 2010) —Progressive Rock from Athens, Greece. This tune comes from their 2010 debut CD


Blue Mountain Eagle “Love Is Here”
from Blue Mountain Eagle Single (Fallout 2007) —Obscure Psych Rock out of Los Angeles, CA. This selection comes off of their only album. Originally released in 1970


Congreso “Cancion Didactica”
from Ha Llegado Carta (EMI Odeon Chilena S.A. 1995) —Andean Rock / Prog Folk from Quilpué, Chile. This tune comes from their 5th album. Originally released in 1983


Beggars Opera “Raymond's Road”
from Act One (Repertoire 1997) —Keyboard heavy Prog Rock out of Glasgow, Scotland. This mini epic track comes off of their 1970 debut


Triumph “The City: War March / El Duende Agonizante / Minstrel's Lament”
from Rock & Roll Machine (Round Hill Records 2017) —Prog Rock by this well known band from Mississauga, Canada. This killer tune comes off of their sophomore effort. Originally released in 1977


Crucis “Mes”
from Crucis (Record Runner 1995) —Fantastic Progressive Rock from Buenos Aires, Argentina. This tune comes from their 1976 debut


Impeccable “Seashore”
from Live on the Rox (Rockadrome 2016) —Good Morning! We begin C-Sides #217 with some obscure Hard Rock out of Lubbock, TX. Originally released in 1979

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