Indie Landscapes

Indie Landscapes – December 31, 2016

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Playlist

NYE ’16 special mix focusing on select artists from the Progressive Rock scene emerging from all over the globe. Featuring music from the English band Camel with a track off their second studio album Mirage released via Deram Records. Groove with the sounds from the German krautrock band Can with a track off their fourth studio album Ege Bamyasi released via United Artists. Discover music from Turkey’s group Uzun Ince Bir Yoldayim with a track titled Ozdemir Erdogan Ve Orkestrasi that was featured on the compilation Love, Peace & Poetry – Turkish Psychedlic Music released in 2005 by Q.D.K Media. Introducing the Greece trio Aphrodite’s Child with a track off their most critically acclaimed double album 666 released via Vertigo. Get electrified by the force of the Brazilian artist Gal Costa with a track off her groundbreaking S/T LP out via Phillips. Recorded at Island Studios between May and July 1970, hear the amazing work from McDonald & Giles with a track off their S/T LP. Introducing one of Brazil’s hidden gems Liverpool, sharing a track off the album Por Favor, Sucesso released in 1969 via Equipe. Ending the segment with my all time favorite progressive rock band King Crimson with a track off their debut album In The Court Of The Crimson King released in 1969 via Atlantic Records.

Playlist

ArtistSongAlbumLabel
CamelSupertwisterMirageDeram Records
CanI'm So GreenEge BamyasiUnited Artists Records
Uzun Ince Bir YoldayimOzdemir Erdogan Ve OrkestrasiLove, Peace & Poetry - Turkish Psychedlic MusicQ.D.K Media
Aphrodite's ChildThe Beast666Vertigo Records
Gal CostaCom Médo, Com PedroGalPhillips Records
Los Dug Dug'sSmogSmogRCA Victor
McDonald & GilesFlight Of The IbisMcDonald & GilesIsland Records
LiverpoolImpressoes DigitaisPor Favor SucessoEquipe
King Crimson21st Century Schizoid ManIn The Court Of The Crimson KingAtlantic Records

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