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Spinitron - KDHX: Uncontrollable Urge Wed Apr 11th 2012

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Uncontrollable Urge (Music)

Wed Apr 11th 2012 10.00am–12.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central

10:00am

The Stooges “1970”
from Funhouse - Deluxe Edition (Elektra/ Rhino www.rhino.com 2005) —1970. Today's my 42 B-Day, born April 11, 1970 so I'm playing the music of 1970 this morning.

10:06am

Black Sabbath “Paranoid” CD Album (Rhino Records 1970) —Starting off with the heavy hitters.

10:09am

Kool & The Gang “Pneumonia (Single Version)”
from The Best of Kool & The Gang (Mercury Records Limited 1993) —1970. Today's music bed.

10:10am

The Nazz “How Can You Call That Beautiful?”
from Open Our Eyes: The Anthology (Castle Music 2002) —1970. How can you not?

10:14am

Rodriguez “Rich Folks Hoax”
from Cold Fact (Light In The Attic www.lightintheattic.net 2008) —1970. A fine reissue I discovered about a year or 2 prior to this reissue coming out. Make sense, although I didn't know this song until 2008.

10:19am

Tin Tin “Toast And Marmalade For Tea”
from Super Hits Of The 70s, Vol 16 v/a (Rhino 1993) —1970.

10:21am

Neil Young “Only Love Can Break Your Heart”
from Greatest Hits (Reprise 2004) —1970.

10:25am

Simon And Garfunkel “Keep The Customer Satisfied”
from Bridge Over Troubled Water (Columbia 1970)

10:28am

Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan “Tennessee Bird Walk”
from The Tennessee Birdwalker (K-Tel 2007) —1970. Oh yeah.

10:31am

James Brown “The Man In the Glass”
from Soul on Top (King 1970) —1970. What a great record from James Brown. Jazzed up and shouting.

10:38am

Ann Peebles “Part Time Love”
from The Complete Ann Peebles On Hi Records vol.1: 1969-1973 (Hi Records 2003) L —1970.

10:43am

Gil Scott-Heron “Whitey On The Moon”
from Small Talk At 125th And Lenox (Flying Dutchman 1970)

10:45am

Edwin Starr “War”
from War & Peace (Gordy 1970)

10:50am

Funkadelic “I Got a Thing, You Got a Thing, Everybody's Got a Thing”
from Funkadelic (westbound 1970)

10:53am

Jackson 5 “I'll Bet You”
from ABC Vinyl Album (Motown 1970) —A Funkadelic song.

11:01am

The Slickers “Johnny Too Bad”
from Trojan Originals Box Set (Trojan trojanrecords.com 2003) —1970. Made famous 2 years later on the Harder They Come Soundtrack.

11:04am

The Wailers “Soul Shake Down Party”
from Songs of Freedom (Island 1992) —1970.

11:07am

MARCIA GRIFFITHS “Band Of Gold”
from Trojan Reggae Sisters Box Set (Trojan trojanrecords.com 2002) —1970. Nice cover, probably didn't reach many St. Louis ears in 1970.

11:15am

Sohail Rana “Cobra Sway”
from "Life Is A Dance!": Plugged-In Sounds Of Wonder At The Pakistani Picture House (B Music 2011) —1970. Great collection of Pakistani Pop.

11:21am

Led Zeppelin “Immigrant Song”
from Led Zeppelin III (Atlantic Records 1970)

11:23am

MC5 “Gotta Keep Moving”
from Babes In Arms (Rior 1983) —1970.

11:26am

The Who “Happy Jack”
from Live At Leeds (MCA 1970) —The live album, after Live & Cudley by NoMeansNo, of course.

11:31am

Neil Diamond “Cracklin Rosie”
from His 12 Greatest Hits (MCA Records 1974) —1970. From Tap Root Manuscript.

11:34am

Dionne Warwick “I'll Never Fall In Love Again” (Scepter 1970)

11:37am

Bee Gees “I.O.I.O.”
from Best of Bee Gees, Vol. 2 (Polydor 1973) —1970.

11:40am

The Poppy Family “Which Way You Goin' Billy?”
from Super Hits Of The 70's: Have A Nice Day, Vol. 2 (Rhino 1990) —1970.

11:44am

The Fifth Dimension “Puppet Man”
from The Essential Fifth Dimension (Arista 2011) —1970

11:49am

Curtis Mayfield “(Don't Worry) If There's A Hell Below We're All Going To Go”
from Curtis (Rhino 1970)


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