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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Fri Jan 20th 2012

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Time Warp Radio (Music)

Fri Jan 20th 2012 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


Rick Wakeman “The Journey”
from Journey to the Centre of the Earth (A & M Rcds. 1974) —Based on story from the 12th century, entitled "Heims Kringla" a chronicle of the Norwegian princes who ruled over Iceland. Decoded into Latin, written by an alchemist in the 16th century..... or so the story goes. Jules Verne would write a book by the s


Mike Oldfield “Tubular Bells (part 1)”
from Tubular Bells (Virgin Rcds. 1973)


Supertramp “Maybe I'm a Beggar”
from Supertramp (A&M Records 1972) —Recorded in 1970 before John Helliwell & Dougie Thompson joined Richard Davies and Roger Hodgson in 1974 to form the classic line-up. Prior to "Crime of the Century" Davies & Hodgson and other musicians recorded "Indelibly Stamped"


Al Stewart “Lord Grenville”
from Year of The Cat (Arista/RCA 1976) —Produced by Alan Parson, this appears to be Al's sixth studio release.


Mark - Almond “The City”
from The Best of Mark - Almond (Black Sun Records 1971) —Sometimes referred to as The Mark Almond Band, but it is Jon Mark and Johnny Almond.


Aphrodite's Child “Loud, Loud, Loud”
from 666 (Vertigo Records 1970) —Born in Volos, Greece, Evangelos Odyssey Papathanassiou formed this group in the late 60's, they released six lp's this being their last....


Aphrodite's Child “The Four Horsemen”
from 666 (Vertigo Records 1970) —... This two album/disc release with the help of Demis Roussos and Lucas Sideras, also from Greece, was composed by Evangelos...


Aphrodite's Child “The Lamb”
from 666 (Vertigo Records 1970) —.... Shortening his name to Vangelis, this prolific composer/musician won an Oscar for his score of the 1981 film, Chariots of Fire...


Aphrodite's Child “The Seventh Seal”
from 666 (Vertigo Records 1970)


Electric Light Orchestra “Mr. Radio”
from Afterglow (EPIC/LEGACY 1979) —Originally on self titled EMI release, 1971


Wishbone Ash “Phoenix”
from Wishbone Ash (MCA Records 1973)


Steely Dan “Babylon Sisters”
from Alive In America (giant records 1995) —Recorded in St. Petersburg, FL 8/19/94. Originally on the 1980 Gaucho release.


Emerson Lake and Palmer “Bitches Crystal”
from Tarkus (Atlantic 1971)


Uriah Heep “Easy Livin'”
from The Best of Uriah Heep (Poly Gram Records 1976) —Originally on Demons and Wizards, 1972


Jeff Beck “Cause We’ve Ended As Lovers”
from Beckology (Sony Legacy/Epic 1991) —Originally on Blow By Blow, 1975, written by Stevie Wonder. This track is from Vol. 3 of the three disc set.

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