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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Aug 6th 2012

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Aug 6th 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


Jeff Beck Group “Situation”
from Live St. Louis 1971 (self-released)


Taste “It Happened Before, It'll Happen Again”
from One The Boards (Polydor) R  —Taste (originally "The Taste") was formed in Cork, Ireland, in August 1966 as a trio consisting of Rory Gallagher on guitars and vocals, Eric Kitteringham on bass, and Norman Damery on drums.[1] In their early years Taste toured in Hamburg and Ireland bef


Electric Prunes “I had too much to dream last night”
from Live Stockholm (Birdman) —Over-amplified and fuzzed to the max, the Prunes here are explosive, noisy and wild. This recording proves that the Electric Prunes deserve to be ranked alongside the very best bands of the era. 8 tracks recorded by the Swedish Broadcasting Corporation at


Fever Tree “San Francisco Girls”
from Live 1969 (Sundazed 1969)


Grand Funk Railroad “Comfort Me”
from Survival (Capitol Records 1971)


Crosby Stills and Nash “Urge for Going”
from box Set (Atlantic unk) —written by Joni Mitchell. This version didn't appear on their regular issues.


DB's “Daughters of the Sea”
from Demos from the box (Warner)


Ken Hensley “the Wizard”
from Wizard Diary (Crow) —Recorded with the Russia's Presidential Symphony Orchestra


The Gun “Race With the Devil”
from The Gun (BGO 1968) —featuring the Gurvitz brothers, a power trio


Rolling Stones “She's a Rainbow”
from Their Satanical Majesties Request (Decca Records 1967)


Humble Pie “Stone Cold Fever”
from On Stage (self-released) R  —recorded on John Peel's show in 1970, when it was a brand new song


Buffalo Springfield “For What It's Worth (Live Version)”
from Monterey International Pop Festival (Live) (Razor & Tie www.razorandtie.com 2007) —Neil Young had quit the band last minute and David Crosby filled in for this performance. This is what helped spark Crosby Stills, Nash and Young two years later.


Moody Blues “Thinking is the Best Way to Travel”
from In Search Of The Lost Chord (Threshold 1968)


Pink Floyd “Set The Controls For The Hearth Of The Sun”
from A Saucerful of Secrets (CAPITOL 1968)


Mountain “Taunta/Nantucket Sleighride”
from The Best Of (Columbia)


Chris Robinson Brotherhood “Reflections of a broken mirror”
from Chris Robinson Brotherhood (Big Moon Ritual)


The Who “Naked Eye”
from Odds and Sods (MCA 1974)


Road “I'm Trying”
from Road (Akarma 1972) —Noel Redding's post Hendrix and Fat Mattress band was Road.


Boys Club “Nutrocker”
from Live from California (Edsel) —Boys Club consists of Keith Emerson, Marc Bonilla, and Glenn Hughes.


Hot Tuna “Genesis”
from Double Dose (Grunt 1978)


Terry Kath “Byblos (demo)”
from Chcago 7 (Rhino) —obscure demo from the soulful guitarist the late Terry Kath.


Alvin Lee and Mylan Lafave “On the Road to Freedom” Single (Repertoire 1973)


Jethro Tull “War Child” (Chrysalis 1974)

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