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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 Mar 18th 2014 1.00am–3.00am

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

Time zone: central


Nuno Bettencourt “Too Much of a Good Thing (Where's the Hook?)”
from Guitar's Practicing Musicians Vol. 2 (Guitar Recordings 1991) —Guitarist from the band Extreme. Born in Portugal, relocated to Boston, MA. Released in 1991


Goma “Aquí y Ahora”
from 14 de Abril (Fonomusic 1991) —From Sevilla, Spain. Originally released in 1975


Kraan “Nam Nam”
from Andy Nogger (Intercord 2006) —From Ulm, Germany. Originally released in 1974


Museo Rosenbach “Della Natura”
from Zarathustra (BMG Ricordi S.p.A. 1997) —From Sam Remo, Italy. Originally released in 1973


Zyma “Thoughts” (Garden Of Delights 1998) —From Heidelberg, Germany. Originally released in 1978


Pekka Pohjola “Vapour Trails”
from Visitation (WEA 2003) —Bass player from the band Wigwam. From Helsinki, Finland. Originally released on his 4th solo LP in 1979


Wigwam “Losing Hold”
from Fairyport (Love Records 1990) —From Helsinki, Finland. Originally released in 1971


Siena Root “Over The Mountains”
from Different Realities (Transubstans Records 2009) —From Stockholm, Sweden, Released in 2009


Jellyfish “Ignorance Is Bliss”
from New Mistake (single) (Charisma 1993) —Early 90's classic power pop from San Francisco, CA.


Consider the Source “Closer To Home”
from That's What's Up (Consider the Source 2010) —From New York, NY. Released in 2010. These guys are playing the Gramaphone this Wednesday (March 19th)


Antique Seeking Nuns “Ointment for Flies”
from Careful! It's Tepid (Troopers For Sound 2009) —From the UK. Released in 2009. The band changed it's name to Sanguine Hum after this 3rd EP release.


Velvett Fogg “Owed to the Dip”
from Velvett Fogg (See For Miles 1989) —From Birmingham, UK. Originally released in 1969


Rocket Scientists “The Fall of Icarus”
from Brutal Architecture (Kinesis 1995) —Neo-Prog from El Dorado Hills, CA. Released in 1995


Energy “Up To Seven”
from Energy (O-Music 2012) —Jazz Rock from Stockholm, Sweden. Originally released in 1974


Jud's Gallery “Nordrach”
from SWF - Sessions Vol. 1 (Long Hair Music 2000) —From Offenburg, Germany. Recorded in 1974, released in 2000. This is the tune behind the lawsuit against Gary Moore for his song Still Got the Blues. Jud's Gallery won the case.


Moving Gelatine Plates “X-25”
from Moving Gelatine Plates (Musea Records 1992) —From France. Originally released in 1971

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