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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Jan 21st 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Jan 21st 2013 11.00pm–1.00am

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

Time zone: central


KL11 “Another Girl Like You”
from KL 11 (artist release 2012) L —Local current St. Louis, find them on Facebook


Ten Years After “Let the Sky Fall”
from A Space In Time (Chrysalis 1971) —a nice nugget from the Space in Time LP


Iron Butterfly “Unconscious Power”
from Live At The Fillmore East 1969 (Rhino 1968) —A great LP in honer of Lee Dorman of St. Louis


Richie Callison “Wrong Place, Wrong Time”
from Richie Callison (Clearview Records 1997) L —Find him on Facebook, from St. Louis! Sings with Geezer Butler too.


Robin Trower “Victims of the Fury”
from Kiel Opera House 3/26/80 (BBC 1980) —Yeah, recorded right here at the old Kiel.


Steve Baron “Magic Magician Acoustic”
from A Wonderer Like You (Paramount 1973) R


Lynyrd Skynyrd “Crossroads”
from Live at the Fox Theatre 1976 (MCA 1976) —Well, it's from the Fox, but a different Fox Theatre (Georgia)


Gypsy “Bad Whore”
from Unlock the Gates (RCA 1973) —From the 4th and last Gypsy LP.


Crabby Appleton “Hunger for Love”
from Crabby Appleton (Elektra Records 1970) —from the band that brought us Michael Fennelly


Mountain “Taunta/Nantucket Sleighride”
from Nantucket Sleighride (Columbia 1971) R  —Owen Coffin, to whom the song is dedicated, was a young seaman on the Nantucket whaleship Essex, which was rammed and sunk by a sperm whale in 1820. In the aftermath of the wreck, Coffin was shot and eaten by his shipmates. The Essex's story was recorded


Savoy Brown “Stay While the Night is Young”
from Raw Sienna (Deram 1970) —doesn't sound like it but contains the nucleus of Foghat including Lonesome Dave.


Jon Gillespie “Love Chant”
from Jon Gillespie (artist release 2013) L —more local St. Louis music! Find him on Facebook


Yes “South Side of the Sky”
from Fragile (Rhino Records 1972) R  —Introducing Rick Wakeman on Keyboards, and pretty much a monster album


Stray “Time Machine” Single (Walhalla Records 1970) —brit prog from 1970


Paul Kantner/Crosby/Slick/Garcia “Let's go together”
from Blows Against the Empire (RCA 1970)


Gregg Allman “Multi Colored Lady”
from Laid Back (Capricorn 1973) —Great first solo LP,


Clapton and Winwood “Had to Cry Today”
from Crossroads Guitar Festival 2010 (Reprise 2010)


Gun “Yellow Cab Man”
from Gunsight (BGO 1970) —with the Gurvitz brothers, a great 3 man band


Taste “Blister on the Moon”
from Taste (Polydor 1968) —Yup, Rory Gallagher


Eamonn McCormack/Rory Gallagher “Falsely Accused (feat. Rory Gallagher)”
from Kindred Spirits (Akustik 2008) R  —a collection of songs from the past, this one with the great Rory Gallagher


Neil Young “The Old Laughing Lady”
from Topanga 1968-1969 the Box Set (Warner 1969)


Luther Grosvener “Under Open Skies” (Gott 1971) —Played in Spooky Tooth first!


Jimi Hendrix “3rd Stone from the Sun”
from Are You Expirienced (Universal 1967)

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