Taking their name from a character in a John Milton poem, Comus was a short-lived but powerful folk-rock band that seems to have made an attempt to mix elements of King Crimson with the influences of Pentangle, Fairport Convention and other more traditional folk outfits. The...
Additional information - releases number
|Track / Artist||from album||Bitrate||Size (Mb)||Price||Download|
|To Keep From Crying||Virgin Records [CD 3]||320||13,16||ˆ0.10|
|Song To Comus||Cave Of Clear Light (The Pye And Dawn Records Underground Trip '67- '75)||320||17,01||ˆ0.10|
|Diana||A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Vol. 2 - Pagan Love Vibrations [CD 2]||320||11,59||ˆ0.10|
|In The Lost Queen's Eyes||Creative Outlaws (UK Underground 1965-1971)||214||4,31||ˆ0.10|
|Forest ||Isolation |