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Stumble in the Dark (Music)

Tue Oct 13th 2015 9.00pm–11.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central


Chris Squire “Lucky Seven”
from Fish Out of Water (Atlantic 1975) —An amazing bass player who spent most of his life in Yes, this was his first solo album, and it's incredible.


Focus “Hocus Pocus (Live)”
from At the Rainbow (Red Bullet 1973) —Focus is a Dutch progressive rock band, founded by classically trained organist/flautist Thijs van Leer in 1969.


Fleetwood Mac / Peter Green “Oh Well (Live in Boston)”
from Live In Boston, Vol. 2 (Snapper Music 1970) —the lsst of the live performances when the band was still a triple guitar blues powerhouse, Peter Green, Danny Kirwin, Jeremy Spencer, Mick Fleetwood, and John McVie.


Rory Gallagher “Country Mile”
from BBC Sessions (Buddha 1999) —The exact year of the recording is unknown. An incredible guitarist and singer from Ireland.


Captain Beyond “Myopic Void”
from Captain Beyond (PCLC 1972) —Rod Evans the original Deep Purple vocalist, Lee Dorman and Rhino from Iron Butterfly.


The Hellecasters “5 Minutes to Spare”
from The Return of the Hellecasters (Pacific Arts Audio 1993) —Composed of Nashville session players Will Ray, John Jorgenson (Desert Rose, and Elton John's backup band), and Jerry Donahue (Fairport Convention, they all play modified versions of the Fender Telecaster as their main instruments.


Chuck Bedford “Urban Walk”
from the Basement Tapes (Rhino Atlantic 1974) R L —local guitar player from Shelbyville, Doc by day and rocker by night.


Ten Years After “Working On the Road (Remastered)”
from Cricklewood Green (EMI 1970) —A strong album from Alvin Lee who could do it all, sing, write, and play an incredible guitar.


KL11 “Stop This Train”
from KL11 (artist release 2015) N L —Lou Babinga, local St. Louis on guitar.


Gov't Mule “Thorazine Shuffle”
from Dark Side of the Mule (Evil Teen Records 2014) N  —Recorded at the Orpheum Theatre in Boston. Incredible jam song. Like 1969 all over again!


The Guess Who “8:15”
from American Woman Single (RCA Victor 1970)


Steve Miller Band “Seasons (live)”
from New York Beacon Theatre 1976 (Live) (Sonic boom 1976) R  —From an old King Biscuit Flower Hour Radio Show


Rare Earth “Big John Is My Name”
from Ma (Motown 1973) —Detroit R&B with Jazz elements. Incredible band in their time. I was lucky enough to catch them at a reuion show years ago featuring the original lineup.


James Gang “Collage”
from Yer Album (ABC 1969) —from their very first album, with a song co-written by Joe Walsh and Patrick Cullie


Amboy Dukes “baby Please Don't Go”
from the Amboy Dukes (Mainstream Records 1967) —from their first album with a song written by Big Joe Williams.


Wishbone Ash “Sometime World”
from Argus (Decca Records 1972) —Some people consider this their best work. Still the original band here with Martin Turner – bass guitar, vocals Andy Powell – lead and rhythm guitar, vocals Ted Turner – lead and rhythm guitar, vocals Steve Upton – drums, percussion


Al Stewart “What's Going On”
from Modern Times (Rhino 1975) —He started off in the clubs of Soho, and supposedly bought his first guitar from Andy Summers.


Agusa “Karlek Fran Agusa”
from Högtid (Transubstans Records 2014) N  —A current Swedish prog band


Pink Floyd “Cymbaline”
from More (Original Film Soundtrack) [Remastered] (Parlophone UK 1969) —from their 3rd record, and Cymbaline was written by Roger Waters.


Aphrodite's Child “Aegian Sea”
from 666 (Vertigo 1971) —a Greek progressive rock band formed in 1967, by Vangelis Papathanassiou (keyboards), Demis Roussos (bass guitar and vocals), Loukas Sideras (drums and vocals), and Silver Koulouris (guitar).

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