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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Oct 29th 2012

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Oct 29th 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


The Nightowls “Lookin' For Love”
from One Plus (Rubble 2010) L


Jeff Beck “Stratus”
from Live At Ronnie Scotts (London 2007) —Originally done by Billy Cobham with Tommy Bolin


Savoy Brown “Looking In” (Deram 1970) —Lonesome Dave on vocals who of course went on to develop Foghat


Neil Young & Crazy Horse “Twisted Road”
from Psychedelic Pill (Reprise 2012) N  —An excellent new Neil Young double disc, just like 1970 all over again!


Marshall Tucker Band “Windy City Blues”
from Long Hard Ride (Capricorn 1976) —one of my fave MTB tracks


Crow “Evil Women”
from The Best of Crow (Amerat) —appeared on their 1969 album Crow Music. It was covered in 1970 by Black Sabbath and was released as their first single (also known as "Evil Woman" simply). The song also appeared on Sabbath's debut album, Black Sabbath,


Savoy Brown “Looking In” (Deram 1970) —Lonesome Dave on vocals who of course went on to develop Foghat


John Batdorf with Mark Rodney “Home Again (new version)”
from Home Again (Batmusic 2006) —Playing the Focal Point November 17th Saturday! You for sure want to see this. John Batdorf hasn't been here since the 70's. Get your tickets at the Focal Point Website before they sell out!


Les Dudek “Sacrifice”
from Les Dudek (Columbia Records 1976) —the original version, made a hit by Steve Miller later that year.


Pure Prairie League “I'll Fix Your Flat Tire Merle”
from Westport Playhouse 12/20/85 (artist release) —a great St. Louis gig with the original band


Gypsy “In the Garden (acoustic live)”
from Dead and Gone - EP (Bahzinga records) R  —Live in the studio a good while ago!


Jefferson Airplane (Jourma Kaukonan) “Good Shepard”
from Volunteers (RCA)


The Moody Blues “Eternity Road”
from To Our Children's Children's Children (Threshold 1969) —Yeah, real good song by Ray Thomas. the Moody Blues are down to 3 original members with 2 others retired.


Starcastle “Elliptical Seasons”
from Starcastle (Epic Records 1976) —I had once heard that at the time of this release, 1976, Yes was no longer putting out music that sounded like Yes, and Epic discovered Starcastle, who sounded like the old Yes! Terry Luttrell is one of the vocalists and oddly enough, he was in REO


Fuse “Across the Skies”
from Fuse (Sony 1968) —Peterson and Neilson from 1969, who would later form Cheap Trick


Richie Havens “What About Me”
from the Best of (Rhino)


DB's “Blue Jay”
from Demos' (Warner Bros.)


Alan Parson's Project “I Robot” (Arista 1977) —From the first album


Jimmie Spheeris “For Roach”
from Isle Of View (Columbia Records 1972) —1971, he backed up the Moody Blues in the early days


Big Brother And The Holding Company “Combination of the Two”
from Cheap Thrills (Columbia 1968)


Bloodwyn Pig “Sing Me A Song that I know”
from Ahead Rings Out (BGO) —with Mick Abrahms


Steppenwolf “the Pusher”
from Steppenwolf Live (MCA 1971)

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