While a handful of college bands go on to fame and fortune, most of them fade away over time. It’s difficult to keep things rolling when people move away for their own careers and families. This was the fate of Syd Sustain.
In 1989, Ray and John got together and put out an album of “synthesized rock” called the “Voltz/Trammell Sessions”. Some of the songs were updated versions of classic Syd, while others were brand new compositions. I’m including “Motorin”, “If You Want Me”, “Take a Look at Yourself”, and “Interstellar Love Song”.
To the best of my knowledge, this was the final work for Syd Sustain. What I know for a fact is that this is the final episode of Decawatt Playhouse. I’ve run out of material, so unless I unearth something new, that wraps it up.
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