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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Fri Aug 13th 2010

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Time Warp Radio (Music)

Fri Aug 13th 2010 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


Strawbs “Autumn”
from Hero and Heroine (A&M 1974) —beautiful brit prog


Electic Light Orchestra “Roll over Beethovan”
from ELO 11 (Sony) R


Rush “In the Mood”
from Rush (Mercury Records 1974) R  —More Cowbell?


Leslie West “Goin' Down”
from Live 1993 (Shrapnell Records ltd.) —a back to the basics release from the axe man with no gimmicks this time


The Alice Cooper Band “Hello Horay”
from Billion Dollar Babies (Deluxe Version) (Warner Brothers) R  —A nice live version


The Doors “Peace Frog (Instrumental) [Live At the Aquarius - The Second Performance]”
from Set the Night On Fire: The Bright Midnight Archives Concerts (Bright Midnight) R


Foghat “I've Got to Get to Know You”
from Foghat (bearsville 1972) R  —the first disc from 72' when they were still just a Savoy Brown pre-top 40 band.


Uriah Heep “Stealin'”
from KIng Biscuit (BMG) R  —Unreleased concert from 74'. Appears to be in print again. Uriah Heep are an English rock band formed in 1969 by producer Gerry Bron and featured vocalist David Byron, multi-instrumentalist Ken Hensley, guitarists Mick Box and Paul Newton, with Nigel Olss


Batdorf and Rodney “Poor Man's Dream”
from Batdorf and Rodney (Atlantic unk 1972) R


Fred “Variations”
from Notes on a Picnic (World In Sound 2003) R  —USA band,hard to find out of print.


Hookfoot “If I had the Time”
from Good Times a Comin' (Atlantic unk 1972) —A group that shares influences by "the Band"


John Mayall “Parchment Farm”
from The Last of the British Blues (ABC 1978) —Very Underated track, disc is out of print. Good G-D, some dude on Amazon wants $99 for his copy


Arlo Guthrie “Motorcycle Song”
from The Best Of (Warner Brothers)


Argent “SchoolGirl”
from Argent (Sony 1969) —the first post disc


Ellis “Goodbye Bordem”
from Riding on the Crest of a Slump (Acadia)


Fleetwood Mac/ Peter Green “Rattlesnake Shake”
from Then Play On (Reprise 1970) R  —Wonderful Peter Green track way before they were a "hit" band


Paul Rodgers “Seagull”
from Live In Glasgow (Eagle Records 2007) R  —an acoustic nugget


The Beatles “Love You To”
from Yellow Submarine Soundtrack (CAPITOL 1969) R


David Gilmour “Astonomy Domine”
from Live at the Royal Albert Hall (Sony) R  —very early Floydian song


The Moody Blues “Gypsy”
from Supergroups in Concert ABC (ABC) —a Radio Station Only issued promo litterally rescued by me from a dumpster at a station I once worked at.


The Moody Blues “The Story in Your Eyes”
from Supergrous in Concert ABC (ABC) —from the same disc


The Night Owls “Born in Chicago”
from One Plus (Rubble 2010) N L —playing Cactus Inn Saturday


The Who “The Acid Queen”
from Live at Leeds (Deluxe Edition) (MCA 2001) R

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