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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Fri Sep 10th 2010

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Time Warp Radio (Music)

Fri Sep 10th 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


Uriah Heep “Salisbury” (Sanctuary 1972) R  —a fusion of jazz/rock/classical with lots of B3 Hammond


Allman Brothers Band “Don't Want You No More”
from Beginnings (Poylgram Records 1971) R


Al Kooper and Mike Bloomfield “One Way Out”
from Fillmore East (Columbia 1968)


Black Sabbath “The Wizard”
from Black Sabbath (Nems Records 1970) —Recorded live in Greece 2005 with the orginal band


The Jimi Hendrix Experience “51st Anniversary”
from Are You Experienced (Remastered) (Geffen 1997) R  —from the smashing debut Hendrix LP


Eric Burdon & The Animals “Monterey”
from The Best of Eric Burdon and The Animals (PSM Records 1997) —Recorded Live a few years ago


Chicago Transit Authority “I'm A Man”
from Chicago Transit Authority (Columbia 1969) —an amazing rework of the Spencer Davis tune


The Moody Blues “The Story in Your Eyes (original version)”
from Every Good Boy Deserves Favour (Threshold 1971) R  —this cut has been added to the latest issue of the disc. If you do an Itunes with it be sure your getting the proper one!


Michael Fennelly “Touch My Soul”
from Lane Changer (Epic 1973) R  —from the voice of Crabby Appleton.


George Harrison “So Sad”
from Dark Horse (EMI 1974) R


Alvin Lee & Mylon LeFevre “On the Road to Freedom” (Columbia Records 1973)


Climax Blues Band “Rich Man” (Repertoire 1972)


Robert Plant & the Band of Joy “Silver Rider”
from Band of Joy (Rounder www.rounder.com 2010) N


Joni Mitchell “You Turn Me On I'm a Radio”
from Miles of Aisles (Rhino/Elektra 2007)


Tom Jones & Janis Joplin “Raise Your Hand”
from The Tom Jones Show (Time Life Records) R  —I don't think this is available at all


Savoy Brown “I'm Tired”
from A Step Further (Derem 1969) —this is a live version and not the listed studio track


The Kinks “Waterloo Sunset”
from The Kink Kronikles (Reprise 1972) R  —This is actually a live version and not available at retail.


Nash The Slash “Wolf (live)”
from Children of the Night (Cutthroat Records 1980) —the canadian electric violinist, played in the band FM as well.


King Krimson “I Talk to the Wind”
from In the court of the Krimson King (Atlantic unk 1968) R


Fleetwood Mac “Jewel Eyed Judy”
from Kiln House (Warner 1970) —the Lineup of Danny Kirwin/Jeremy Spencer/Mcvie/Fleewood 5 years before Buckingham Nicks

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