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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Aug 20th 2012

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Aug 20th 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


Roger Daltrey “One Man Band”
from Anthology (Repertoire) —written by Leo Sayer. Daltrey's first lp from 1973


Crosby, Nash, Garcia and Lesh “the Wall Song”
from Crosby, Nash (Atlantic) —their first duo lp from 1972, it actually peaked at #4 on the Billboard charts.


ZZ Top “Heard it on the X (Live”
from Fandango (Warner Brothers 2006) —recorded live in 1975 unknown venue


The Hell Preachers “Preacher Man”
from Supreme Psych Underground (Invasion) —Pre Deep Purple demo's MK 1 lineup


Ten Years After “I Don't Know that You don't know my Name”
from Ssssh (BGO 1969) —recorded in 1969


Jimi Hendrix Expirience “Wait Until Tomorrow”
from Axis Bold as Love (Sony)


The Castaways “Liar Liar”
from the Best of (Soma) —American frat/garage rock band from the Twin Cities in Minnesota


The Doors “Peace Frog (Live)”
from Live in NY 1970 (Rhino)


String Driven Thing “Circus”
from In the Studio (Oz it) —band from Scotland, originally formed in the 1960s and led by husband and wife Chris Adams and Pauline Adams


The Guess Who “Pain Train”
from Live at the Paramount Theatre (RCA)


Robin Trower “About To Begin”
from Bridge of Sighs (EMI 1974)


The Blues Image “Pay My Dues”
from Open (Sundazed)


The Allman Brothers “Try it one more Time”
from Enlightened Rogues (Capricorn)


Leo Kottke “8 Miles High”
from Mudlark (CAPITOL 1971) —from the great 12 string guitarist


The Rolling Stones “You Can Get Me”
from Metamorphisis (ABKCO 1969)


King Krimson “I Talk to the Wind”
from In the court of the Krimson King (Atlantic) —from an lp that was very ahead of it's time. Still sounds great today!


Blind Faith “Sea of Joy”
from Blind Faith (Polydor 1969) —Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, Steve Winwood and Ric Grech. The band, which was one of the first "super-groups", released their only album, Blind Faith, in August 1969. They were stylistically similar to the bands in which Winwood, Baker, and Clapton had bee


Cactus “Song for Aries”
from Cactology: The Cactus Collection (Rhino 1996)


Foghat “Step Outside”
from Energized (Rhino)


Yes “Somethings Coming”
from BBC Recordings 1969 (Store for Music) —the first lineup, before Steve Howe and Rick Wakemen. Recorded live for John Peels radio show


The Nightowls “Lookin' For Love”
from One Plus (Rubble 2010) L —the great local rock band. At the moment they are retired. Steve Miro-vocals, Muddy Smith-Bass Smitty-Guitars.


Chicago Transit Authority “I'm a Man”
from Chicago Transit Authority (Columbia 1969) R  —A Spencer Davis band cover. The band was formed when a group of DePaul University students, together with Marvin Cantera and Andre Jugo (music students who had been playing local late-night clubs), recruited a couple of other students from the university


Brewer & Shipley “Shake off the Demon”
from the Best of (Kama Sutra)


Buckingham/Nicks “Frozen Love”
from Buckingham Nicks (Polydor) —this is the song that Mick Fleetwood heard which caused him to seek them out and ask them to join Fleetwood Mac.


Spur “Mind Oddysey/ Mr. Creep”
from Spur of the Moment (Self Produced 1969) L


Brewer & Shipley “Shake off the Demon”
from the Best of (Kama Sutra)

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