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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Fri Feb 25th 2011

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Time Warp Radio (Music)

Fri Feb 25th 2011 5.00am–7.00am

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

Time zone: central


Midnight Sun “Livin on the Hill”
from Midnight Sun (Kapp Records 1972) R  —Danish Jazz-fusion rock


Golden Earring “Radar Love (acoustic)”
from Fully Naked Live (Columbia) R  —from a special un-plugged gig by this dutch band that started in the mid sixties as the Golden Earrings


Golden Earring “Eight Miles High (acoustic live)”
from Fully Naked (Columbia 2000) R  —From the bands 1970 lp of the same name


Robin Trower “A Little Bit of Sympathy (Live)”
from Kiel Opera House 1980 (artist release 1980)


Doobie Brothers “Black Water (live)”
from St. Louis Live (self produced radio only) R  —recorded from the St. Louis show


Doobie Brothers “Workin' on You”
from St. Louis Live (self produced radio only) R  —w/ Tom Johnston and Jeff Skunk Baxter etc... Pre Mike Mcdonald


Blind Faith “Can't Find My Way Home”
from Blind Faith (Polydor 1969) —Clapton was never happy with this band. They rushed the tour and essentially started off sounding un-rehearsed. It obviously would have been incredible to see them perform though.


Traffic “Dear Mr. Fantasy (live with Jerry Garcia)”
from The Last Great Traffic Jam (Live) (Island 2005)


Nektar “Show Me the Way”
from Live In New York (Bellaphon Records 1977) R


Captain Beyond “Sufficiantly Breathless” (Capricorn 1973) —Rod Evans the original lead singer of Deep Purple and Lee Dorman and Rhino from Iron Butterfly. The band still has a cult following all over the world


Stephen Stills “Treetop Flyer”
from Stills Alone (Gold Hill Records 1991) R  —With the CD currently out of print, one could expect to pay well over $50 for a copy.


Manassas “Johnny's Garden”
from Mannasas (Atlantic) R


Tucky Buzzard “Gold Medallians”
from Alright on the Night (Purple Records 1973) R  —Bill Wyman served as producer (and played on) a few of their albums.


The Bob Seeger System “2+2=?”
from The Bob Seeger System (first LP) (CAPITOL) —from 1968 very different from his later sound


Bad Company “Seagull”
from Bad Company (Rhino Atlantic 1974) R  —An acoustic gem from the bands first LP. Paul Rogers still plays this one live although commercial radio ignores this cut.


The Moody Blues “A Simple Game”
from Days of Future Passed (Deram 1967) R  —A great Mike Pinder song that was never included on the regular studio lps.


Andy Pratt “Avenging Annie”
from Andy Pratt (Columbia 1973) —In 1972, he cut a demo of "Avenging Annie" before releasing his 1973 Columbia album, Andy Pratt, to much critical praise.


The Nightowls “Time”
from One Plus (Rubble 2010) R L —Playing Cactus Inn on Page by Warson rd this Saturday


Painter “Goin' Down the Road”
from Painter Vinyl Album (Elektra Records 1973) R

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