T.C. Atlantic

T.C. AtlanticFrom: Minneapolis, MIN, USA

T.C. Atlantic were an obscure band out of Minnesota that were active between the mid-sixties to early seventies. The band consisted of Rod Eaton, Freddie Freeman, Joe Kanan, and Bob Wells. They released a number of singles and one album. Their album, Live At The Bel Rae Ballroom was reissued in 1983 on the French Eva label, and it contains some great psychedelic influences. Some of the band’s music was produced and written by Harley Toberman, who also recorded with Blue Sandelwood Soap.

Artists information sources include: Fuzz, Acid & Flowers by Vernon Joynson

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Tracks played on Psychedelicized…

From the 1966 single “Faces”
T.C. Atlantic - Faces

  • Faces [Original Turtle Version]

From the 1969 single “Love Is Just”
TC Atlantic - Faces [Parrot]

  • Faces [Parrot Version]