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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Oct 1st 2012

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Oct 1st 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


Michael Stanley Band “Show on the Road (Live)”
from Stagepass (Columbia) —nice live version


Eric Burdon Band “Monterey”
from Live Paris 2006 (self-released) —the man's voice is still awesome!


John Batdorf and James Lee Stanley “Mother's Little Helper”
from All Wood and Stones (Beachwood Recordings 2004) R  —www.allwoodandstones.com Plus John is playing the Focal Point in November! Get your tickets before they sell out!


Batdorf and Rodney “Home Again”
from Batdorf and Rodney (Atlantic unk 1972) R  —Focal Point November 19th. Tickets are on sale now!


Brave Belt “Summer Soldier”
from Brave Belt 2 (MAPL) —A great song radio never played!


The Moody Blues “the Story in your Eyes”
from Every Good Boy Deserves Favor (Threshold 1971) —the unreleased full length version of this great track from the Moodies!


JD Blackfoot “Good Day Extending Company”
from The Ultimate Prophecy (Yonder music)


Gypsy “Don't Get Mad, Get Even”
from Unlock the Gates (RCA 1973) R  —the last album they would record


Climax Blues Band “Rich Man” (Repertoire 1972) —great British Blues Rock!


The Who “the Acid Queen”
from Live At Leeds (40th Anniversary Edition) (MCA)


Jeff Beck Tim Bogart Carmin Appice “Lady”
from Beck Bogart & Appice (Columbia) —A great rocker from the fusion of Jeff Beck with the Vanilla Fudge!


ELO “Bitches Crystal”
from Tarkus (Atlantic unk) —for sure a supergroup, with Gregg Lake (King Krimson), Carl Palmer (Atomic Rooster and the Crazy World of Arther Brown), and Keith Emerson (the Nice)


Blood, Sweat and Tears “I Can't Quit Her”
from Child is the Father to the Man (Columbia 1968) R  —the first album with the great Al Kooper on vocals! No David Clayton Thomas until the following album.


Gun “Yellow Cab Man”
from Gun (Epic 1969)


Ten Years After “50,000 Miles Beneath My Brain (Live)”
from Live at the Fillmore East, 1970 (Chrysalis 1970) —double disc live album by Ten Years After recorded in February 1970. Live at the Fillmore East features many blues covers, such as Chuck Berry's "Sweet Little Sixteen", and "Roll Over Beethoven" and also Willie Dixon's Spoonful, which was also covered by


Santana “Jingo”
from Live At The Fillmore - 1968 (COLUMBIA/LEGACY 1968) —performed live before they even had the first studio album out. Good and raw Santana!


Jimmy Buffet and the Coral Reefers Band “the Great Peanut Butter Conspiracy”
from A White Sport Coat and a Pink Crustacean (MCA) R  —1973, early sarcasm from the pre-famous legend.


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