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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Jun 11th 2012

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Jun 11th 2012 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


Earth Quake “Things”
from Purple (Beserkley 1972)


Trapeze “Midnight Flyer”
from Hot Wire (Warner Brothers Records 1974) —signed by the Moody Blues Label in 1970. A fusion of funk and hard rock!


Fleetwood Mac “Miles Away”
from Mystery to Me (Warner Brothers 1973) —Unfortunately Bob Welch, the former singer, songwriter, and one of the guitarists, took his life last week. Bob Welch quit Fleetwood Mac just one album before they hit the big time.


Fleetwood Mac “The Ghost”
from Bare Trees (Warner 1972)


Nazareth “This Flight Tonight”
from Classics (A&M 1973) —This song was originally written and performed by Joni Mitchell for her famous "Blue" album!


Alan Parsons Project “The Raven”
from Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Deluxe Edition) (Arista) —A musical journey through some of Edgar Allan Poe's most renowned works.


Gypsy “In the Garden part 2”
from In The Garden Vinyl Album (Metromedia Records 1971) R  —Originally known as the Underbeats in Minneapolis.


David Bowie “The Width of a Circle”
from The Man Who Sold The World (Parlophone 2015) —A heavy guitar album for Bowie, recorded in 1971, featuring guitar from Mick Ronson!


Todd Rundgren “We Gotta Get You a Women”
from The Best Of (Rhino) —The first album after the Nazz. He still was not famous!


GFR “I Can Feel Him in the Morning”
from Survival (Captitol)


Captain Beyond “Sufficiantly Breathless” (Capricorn 1973) —With Lee Dorman and Ron Bushy (Iron Butterfly) and Rod Evans (original vocalist-Deep Purple)


Ten Years After “Here They Come”
from A Space In Time (Chrysalis 1971) —A great TYA album for 1971, The band is still touring but without their original singer, guitarist, song writer, and founder!! I'd probably avoid seeing them without Alvin Lee!


The Moody Blues “It's up to you”
from A Question of Balance (Threshold 1970) —What can I say? A great album from a once great band!


Jeff Beck “Shapes of Things”
from Truth (Sundazed Records 1968) —This track was originally done in1966 by the Yardbirds!


Led Zep “That's the Way”
from How The West Was Won (Atlantic unk)


The Who “Pure and Easy”
from Young Vic Live (MCA)


Rory Gallagher “Out on the Western Plains”
from Reading Festival 1980 (artist release)


Procol Harum “Conquistador”
from Live In Concert (Repertoire) R


Black Sabbath “the Wizard”
from Black Sabbath (Nems Records 1970)

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