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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Sep 10th 2012

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Sep 10th 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


Argent “Liar”
from Live at High Voltage Festival 2010 (London 2010)


Stills “Treetop Flyer”
from Santa Cruz Live (self-released)


Brian Protheroe “Pinball” (Chrysalis Records 1974) R  —Actor/Singer, Songwriter


Funkadelic “I Bet You”
from Funkadelic (westbound 1970) —The first release from George Clinton's Funkadelic back in 1970


Chilliwack “Lonesome Mary”
from Chilliwack (Red Fox 1971) R  —first song from the first Chilliwack album when they were more of a Canadian psych band circa 1971


Status Quo “Down Down”
from Classic Status (Mercury 1975) R


Rare Earth “Big John Is My Name”
from Ma (Motown 1973) —Rare Earth was the first big hit-making act signed by Motown that consisted only of white members.


Mott the Hoople “You Really Got Me”
from Mott the Hoople (Atco Records 1973) —first album from 1970 and the first single


HP Lovecraft “Wayfaring Stranger”
from HP Lovecraft 1 (Collector's Choice)


Robin Trower “the Shout/Hannah”
from Kiel Opera House 1980 (artist release 1980)


Peter Frampton “Jumping Jack Flash”
from Winds of Change (A&M) —His first solo album right after leaving Humble Pie. Clearly not trying to be a teen idol at this point.Supporting cast, including Ringo Starr, Billy Preston, Spooky Tooth members Mick Jones, and Mike Kellie


Vinegar Joe “See the World Through My Eyes”
from Speed Queen of Ventura (Island) —Elkie Brooks and Robert Palmer when they were very young!


Grinderswitch “Pickin' the Blues”
from King Biscuit Flower Hour Live (KBFH Not Released to public) —dusted off an old one by request


The Byrds “Triad”
from The Notorious Byrd Brothers (Columbia 1968) —A bonus cut of the song that Roger Mcguin refused to release on this 1967 disc. David Crosby wrote it and this was the last straw. He quit the band in the middle of recording this album.


Batdorf and Rodney “Under Five”
from Batdorf and Rodney (Atlantic 1972) —Named under 5 because it's just under 5 minutes


The Jimi Hendrix Experience “Wait Until Tomorrow”
from Axis: Bold As Love (Remastered) (Sony 1967) —he album was recorded to fulfill the band's contract, which stated that they must produce two albums in 1967. Even so, it was not released in the USA until 1968 due to fears that it might disturb the sales of the first album.[8] Noel Redding plays eight s


Rare Bird “Dollars”
from Somebody's Watching (Polydor Records 1973)


Toe Fat “The Wherefores and the Whys”
from Toe Fat 1 (BGO 1970) —back when the Brit band had Ken Hensley with them.


BOC “TransmaniaconMC”
from first album 1972 (Columbia)


Doobie Brothers “Snake Man”
from Wolf Trap Live (Sanctuary) —originally found on Toulouse Street


James Gang “Midnight Man”
from LIve reunion 2002 (self-released) —a radio single to draw attention to the reunion


The Nightowls “Act Naturally”
from Live and not in print (Rubble 2012) R  —the band is currently not together, possibly reuniting one time in the studio's of KDHX. I'm working on them!


The Strawbs “Where is the Dream of your youth?”
from Live Queen Elizabeth Hall 1970 (A&M 1970) —with a pre-famous Rick Wakeman on keyboards


The Cream “I'm So Glad”
from Royal Albert Hall 2005 (Reprise) —from the 2005 reunion disc proving that Clapton, Baker, and Bruce could still rock as a power trio just like 20 year olds!


The Cream “I'm So Glad”
from Royal Albert Hall 2005 (Reprise) —from the 2005 reunion disc proving that Clapton, Baker, and Bruce could still rock as a power trio just like 20 year olds!


Johnny Winter and Mike Bloomfield “It's My Own Fault”
from Fillmore East 68' (Columbia) —Johnny Winters first professional gig

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