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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Jun 25th 2012

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Jun 25th 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


Yes “Close to the Edge”
from Symphonic Live (Eagle 2001) —recorded with the European Festival Orchestra in November 2001. Rick Wakeman was invited by the band to perform at this concert, but this did not happen due to scheduling conflicts.


Joe Walsh “Funk 50”
from Analog Man (Concord MusicGroup 2012) N  —Joe Walsh's first solo in 20 years. It's not too bad. A mixture of mainstream and not so mainstream rock. I was attracted to his 2012 "Funk 50" considering many years ago he wrote "Funk 48" and "Funk 49".


Heartsfield “Music Eyes”
from Heartsfield (Mercury Records 1973) —from 1973, this was the closest thing they had to a single at the time. Perry Jordan is a real nice guy, got to meet him at a show I helped promote.


Lou Reed “Walk on the Wild Side”
from Lou Reed Live (RCA 1975) —Steve Hunter guitar. It was recorded at the same concert as Rock 'n' Roll Animal ; on December 21, 1973, at Howard Stein's Academy of Music in New York. It features three songs from Transformer, one song from The Velvet Underground & Nico (Reed's former b


Emerson Lake and Palmer “Take a Pebble/Lucky Man”
from Mar Y Sol Concert Live (shout) R  —he Mar y Sol Festival was a Woodstock-like music festival that took place in Manatí, Puerto Rico, on April 1–3, 1972. It was held on 420 acres (1.7 km2) of countryside by Los Tubos beach in Vega Baja on the north shore of the island.


Pacific Gas and Electric “Are You Ready (live)”
from Live "N" Kickin' in Lexington (Wounded Bird Records 1970) —great gritty live version!


Ten Years After “Sugar the Road”
from Cricklewood Green (EMI 1970) R


Man “Rainbow Eyes”
from Slow Motion (Esoteric 1974)


Santana “Aquamarine”
from Keil Opera House 1979 (self-released 1979)


Budgie “Slipaway”
from Bandolier (Repertoire Records 1990) R  —a Welsh band, recorded in 1975


David Gilmour/David Bowie “Arnold Layne (live)”
from Royal Albert Hall 2006 (EMI) —Arnold Layne was the first Pink Floyd song written by Syd Barrett in 67


Strawbs “Hero and Heroine” (A&M 1974)


John Lawton and Diana Express “Maxi Rock”
from The Power of Mind (IM 2012) N  —new music from the once vocalist of Lucifer's Friend and Uriah Heep


Ken Hensley and Live Fire “July Morning”
from Norway 2011 (Artist produced 2011) —Recorded live in front of a very small audience in Norway featuring the former songwriter, vocalist (sometimes), and keyboardist of Uriah Heep during their glory days


Stu Nunnery “Isle of Debris”
from Stu Nunnery (Evolution Records 1973) —1973, Elliot Randall played on this album!


Jimi Hendrix “May this be Love”
from West Coast Seattle Boy (Legacy 1967) R  —this is an unreleased version from the box set


Moody Blues “What Am I Doing Here”
from Prelude (Threshold 1968)


Gene Edelin Band (now the Nightowls, Gene rip) “ThunderBird”
from Live at Fat Cats 1980 (Self Produced 1980) L —With a young Steve Miro on vocals, what a great voice!


Temptations “Psychedelic Shack” (Motown) —the Temps go hippie on us!

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