The Night Owls “Santa's Sleigh” from A Sacred Christmas with the Nightowls (Artist produced 2012) L —Not available, but a special Christmas gift for you and yours!Buy it!
The Amboy Dukes “Scottish Tea” from Journey To The Center Of The Mind (Mainstream Records 1968) R Buy it!
Richie Callison “Crazy Women” from Richie Callison (Clearview Records 1997) L —Local St. Louis musicianBuy it!
Tommy Bolin “Savannah Women” from Teaser (Nemperor Records 1975) —Zephyr, Solo, Deep Purple, and various side projectsBuy it!
King Krimson “I Talk to the Wind” from In the Court of the Crimson King (Atlantic 1969) —one of the most influential progressive rock releases ever.Buy it!
Michael Stanley Band “Rosewood Bitters” from Stage Pass Live (Epic 1977) —the band would eventually change their sound in an attempt to hit top 40, but failed.Buy it!
Jonathan Edwards “Emma” from Jonathan Edwards (ATCO 1971) R —Great folk debut disc, and wonderful artist to catch live.Buy it!
KL 11 “Outta Control” from KL 11 (artist release 2013) L —Local St. Louis band, with a Facebook presenceBuy it!
America “Green Monkey” from 30 Years of (Warner Bros. 1972) R —a non hit song, not even attempting to be a hit, just a plain good trackBuy it!
CSN “MARRAKESH EXPRESS” from San Francisco California 1991 (Atlantic 1991) —taken from DVDBuy it!
Charlee “Wizzard” from Charlee (Mind Dust 1972) —Walter Rossi guitar, Canadian BandBuy it!
Jon Gillespie “Slam Funk” from John Gillespie (Artist produced 2012) L —Another great local artist, with facebook presence.Buy it!
Rollie/Schon pre-Journey fusion demo's “In My Mind” from Artist Demo (Artist produced 1972) —what eventually would be presented to Columbia RecordsBuy it!
Blood Sweat and Tears “I Can't Quit Her” from Child is the Father to the Man (Columbia 1968) —Al Kooper as vocalist and songwriter from the first lpBuy it!
Post Nuclear Trash “Our Forgotten Soul” from Post Nuclear Trash (artist release 2012) L —Local St. Louis band, with a Facebook presenceBuy it!
Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac “Green Manalishi” from Green Manilishi (Warner 1970) —Written about greed and money by Peter Green right before he would leave the bandBuy it!
Hookfoot “Livin in the City” from Good Times a Comin' (Atlantic 1972) —a british band with a folky sound.Buy it!
Jade Warrior “Demon Trucker” from Last Autumn's Dream (Back Ground 1972)Buy it!
Procol Harum “A Salty Dog” from In Concert with the Edmunton Symphony Orchestra (Repertoire 1971)Buy it!
Sweathog “Hallelujah” (CBS 1972) R —Yeah, this is a nugget. Not real easy to find.Buy it!
Strange Sensation “Black Dog” from Nashville 2005 (Artist produced 2005)Buy it!
Nitzinger “Motherlode” from One Foot in History (Akarma 1972) —Buggs Henderson guitar, and Nitzinger of courseBuy it!
Armageddon “Silver Tightrope” from Armageddon (A&M 1974) R —Had Keith Relph lasted, this band may have become very big.Buy it!
Fresh “Just A Note” from Fresh Today (RCA 1971) —a collectable LPBuy it!
ARS “Another Man's Women” from Are You Ready (Live) (Polydor 1979) —Yeah, the live version that you would typically only hear on a station such as KDHX.Buy it!
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