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Is there an obscure band, musician, song that you love? Share with us. Post it on this thread..

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Steve Hoffman, May 30, 2021.

  1. skoorbnek

    skoorbnek Active Member

    Location:
    Ohio
    Cincinnati has several obscure bands that I am into: Wussy, Buffalo Wabs and the Price Hill Hustle and blues guitarist Sonny Moorman.
     
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  2. dharmabumstead

    dharmabumstead Forum Resident

    Location:
    Seattle area
    Stackridge. I love their 1971 self-titled album.

     
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  3. dharmabumstead

    dharmabumstead Forum Resident

    Location:
    Seattle area
    A.B. Skhy's first album (when Howard Wales was still in the band) was pretty glorious:

     
  4. dharmabumstead

    dharmabumstead Forum Resident

    Location:
    Seattle area
    Speaking of Howard Wales and Jerry Garcia: Hooteroll?

     
  5. David Stilesson

    David Stilesson Forum Resident

    Location:
    chicago
    Man, if I won a Big Money lottery, I'd bankroll Wussy in the studio and on tour until Chuck and Lisa died, lost interest, or I went broke. Pantheon talent.
     
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  6. manicpopthrill

    manicpopthrill Forum Resident

    Location:
    ICT, Kansas
    My Dad Is Dead (the name helped maintain obscurity, no doubt)

     
  7. manicpopthrill

    manicpopthrill Forum Resident

    Location:
    ICT, Kansas
    His Name Is Alive

     
  8. SinisterGinger

    SinisterGinger Forum Resident

    Location:
    Saltcoats


    David Ryder Prangley - Black Magic & True Love

    1970's Glam rock fans may enjoy this one.
     
  9. Daveymoore

    Daveymoore Forum Resident

    Location:
    Manchester UK
    I could never understand why Tom Ovans never gets a mention on the forum, he is now on to his 14th album.

    Tom Ovans “Crows in the Corn”


    The Night I Saw the Devil

     
  10. dart69dude

    dart69dude Member

    Location:
    Long Island, NY
    My wife and I went to a music festival near Roxbury, New York in October 2016 for our first anniversary. We bought tickets to a local music festival, and Jon Cleary and AMG were there and they were fantastic.

    I have one of Jon Cleary's records (so far), and I follow him on Facebook. He's a very creative poster.

    LH
     
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  11. speedracer

    speedracer Forum Resident

    Location:
    Sapa
    " Copper Sunset " - Aardvark . 1970 Canterbury protoprog

     
  12. Svetonio

    Svetonio Forum Resident

    Location:
    Serbia
    Good Rats Ratcity in Blue (from Ratcity in Blue, 1976)

     
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  13. Svetonio

    Svetonio Forum Resident

    Location:
    Serbia
    Good Rats Reason to Kill (from Ratcity in Blue, 1976)

     
  14. WumpusDynamix

    WumpusDynamix Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Cumberland RI
    I don't know if I like this group ironically or sincerely but for me the most obscure band that I like is the Rock-afire Explosion. Some of the original songs that they produce can be an ear worm.

     
  15. Svetonio

    Svetonio Forum Resident

    Location:
    Serbia
    Dark Darkside (from Dark Round the Edges, 1971)

     
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  16. DrGoon

    DrGoon Forum Resident

    Location:
    St. Petersburg, FL
    Still Light - Lything (psychedelic folk, 2009)

    I found this one by way of one of the participants, the artist Sand (Gavan Kearney) who releases solo work under the name Sand Snowman and bought the hand-made CDr when first released. It's a remarkable album, which has been pressed a handful of times by Tonefloat Records in the Netherlands in batches of 100 each.

     
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  17. Junkstar

    Junkstar Forum Resident

    Location:
    Brooklyn, NY
  18. Chemically altered

    Chemically altered Forum Resident

    Location:
    In your mind

    "Sepia Sister" by Shoot from the album "On The Frontier".
     
  19. jatticus

    jatticus i swear im not emo

    Location:
    U.S.A
    Ive been listening to the Secret Square ep allot

    Its some great sorta shoegaze-y neo psych from the 90s, and is an side project from one of the members of The Apples In Stereo. 90's og presses are also fairly cheap, and sound great, so pick one up if you like this kind of stuff!
     
  20. rockin_since_58

    rockin_since_58 Forum Resident

    Location:
    Simi Valley, CA
  21. mwheelerk

    mwheelerk I want to know God's thoughts the rest are details

    Location:
    Gilbert Arizona
  22. Brian Mc

    Brian Mc Forum Resident

    Location:
    Denver, CO
    I'm obsessed with the buskers of the USA.

    Todd Day Wait "Who's That Fella?"

     
  23. jbmcb

    jbmcb Forum Resident

    Location:
    Troy, MI, USA
    Bernard Estardy, a French composer of program/library music from the 70's. This is stuff meant to be licensed out for use in TV shows, commercials, or incidental music in movies. But, Estardy's stuff is way too good for background music. Super funky, all the time. Check out the breakbeat on this track:

     

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