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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Nov 12th 2012

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Nov 12th 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


Roy Harper “the Game”
from Hat's Off (THE RIGHT STUFF) R  —with Bill Bruford, John Paul Jones, Chris Spedding, and David Gilmour


The Night Owls “I've Tried”
from One Plus (Rubble 2010) L —Muddy Smith, Steve Miro, Jim Smith


Damnation “Dreams”
from The Damnation Of Adam Blessing (Progressive 1971) R


KL11 “Stop this Train”
from KL11 (artist release 2015) L —Local current band


Foghat “Dreamer”
from Rock And Roll Outlaws (Bearsvile Records 1974) R  —1974, just before they went top 40 pop boogie rock


Scorpions “It all depends”
from Lonesome Crow (Brain 1972) R  —Yep, it's really the same Scorpions from the 80's. Before they were a pop rock band, they were a hard psych band on the Brain Label. This is from 1972 and the average "Scorps" fan is clueless about the Lonesome Crow album.


CTA “Introduction”
from Fillmore 69 (artist release) —live early music for Terry Kath fans


Peter Green “Just For You”
from In The Skies (PVC 1979) —for fans of the Green God! Peter Green the founder of the original Fleetwood Mac


John Batdorf with Mark Rodney “Oh, My Surprise”
from Off the Shelf (Atlantic unk) —Playing the Focal Point this Saturday, the tickets are available at the Focal Point Website http://www.thefocalpoint.org/concerts.html


James Gang “Collage”
from Yer Album (ABC Records 1969)


Hawkwind “Silver Machine”
from BBC 1972 (BBC)


Pink Floyd “One of these Days”
from Meddle (Harvest www.harvestrecords.com 1971) R


Grand Funk Railroad “Shinin' On and Rock N Roll Soul”
from Concert for Bosnia Live 1997 (CAPITOL) —the original band with Mark Farner, who is No Longer with them. This is the best sounding live recording i've ever heard of the band.


Jethro Tull “With You There To Help Me”
from Benefit (Chrysalis 1970) R  —the third album from 1970


Uriah Heep “Circus”
from Sweet Freedom (Bronze Records 1973) —the 6th lp from 73' with some really good songs


Randy California “Day Tripper”
from Kapt Kopter and The (Fabulous) Twirlybirds (Epic 1972) R


String Driven Thing “Circus”
from Studio 72 (Oz it) —A Scottish band, but they don't wear kilts


Groundhogs “B.D.D.”
from Blues Obituary (Akarma 1969) —Blind,Deaf,Dumb" and taken from their 1969 Album "Blues Obituary", it was a commercial failure in the UK but made number one in Lebanon.[1][2]


Blind Faith “Can't Find My Way Home”
from Blind Faith (Polydor 1969) R


Bang “Questions”
from Bang (Independent 1999) —a Florida rock band.


SRC “Up All NIght”
from Milestones (CAPITOL 1969) R  —the second album from 1969.


Cream “Dance the night away”
from Disreali Gears (Polydor 1967)

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