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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Jul 22nd 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Jul 22nd 2013 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


Jean Luc Ponty “Egocentric Molecules”
from Cosmic Messenger (Atlantic 1977) —from the former Mother of Invention


Justin Hayward “Forever Autumn”
from Themes from the War of the Worlds (Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Columbia 1978) —a 1978 concept album by Jeff Wayne, retelling the story of The War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells.


Status Quo “Pictures of Matchstick Men (live)”
from Live 2010 Bula Quo (Edel 2010) R  —Live recording with 3 of the original 60's members still there!


America “Rainy Day”
from America (Warner 1972) —Really a great acoustic album from 1972 before they were polished up by George Martin.


Tempest “Brothers”
from Tempest (Warner 1973) —UK power trio with some jazz psych elements and Alan Holdsworth on guitar before Soft Machine!


Thin Lizzy “Cowboy Song”
from Live and Dangerous (Friday Music Records 1977) —Recorded live in London in 76'. Actually played this one by mistake, but wasn't it once the theme to Wrestling at the Chase?


The Love Sculpture “Summertime”
from Blues Helping (EMI 1968) —Led by Dave Edmunds years before Rockpile.


John Sebastian “Younger Generation”
from Live (Collectors Choice 1971) —Yep, from the Lovin Spoonful and the Welcome Back Kotter Theme....


Nektar “Desolation Valley”
from Fortyfied Live 2008 (Treacle Records 2008) —great live set from the UK prog band


Gene Edelin Band/the Nighowls “THUNDERBIRD”
from Live at Fat Cats 1980 (artist release 1980) —Steve Miro on vocals, the Late Gene Edelin on Guitars. The Nightowls later had the great Muddy Smith on Bass.


Uriah Heep “High Priestess”
from Salisbury (Castle Classics Records 1971) —One of the best underground cuts from the band during the Byron/Hensley years which easily was the best period.


Iain Matthews “Seven Bridges Road”
from Live at the Bottom Line NYC 1988 (DCC 1988) —originally written by Steve Young


The Sparrow “Baby Please Don't Go”
from the Sparrow (CBS 1968) —with John Kay and Goldy McJohn before Steppenwolf


Traffic “Heaven is in your Mind”
from Mr. Fantasy (UA 1967) —written by Winwood and Jim Capaldi (lyrics). Wonderful music


The Faces “Around the Plynth/Gasoline Alley”
from Live 1970 UK (radio stations only 1970) —before Rod Stewart became famous. Unlikely I've ever played this live cut before.


Kapt. Kopter and the Fabulous Twirly Birds “Downer”
from Kapt. Kopter and the Fabulous Twirly Birds (Columbia 1972) —Randy California's band in between his leading of Spirit.


The Who “Overture (Live)”
from Live At Leeds (Track Records 1971) —Yeah baby!


Argent “Lonely Hard Raod”
from Argent (Sony 1969) —the first album that followed the break up of the Zombies. Rod Argent formed the band, and fellow Zombie Chris White co-wrote some songs too. Russ Ballard was also in the band.


JF Murphy and Salt “The Last Illusion” (Columbia/CBS 1973)


Poco “Bad Weather”
from Live Fox Theatre St. Louis 1976 (Columbia 1976) —a great song originally done by Paul Cotton with Illinios Speed Press


The Strawbs “Autumn”
from Live at Natural Sound (Witchwood Records 2008) —Dave Cousins/ Dave Lampert/ Brian Willoughby


ZZ Top “Reverbaration”
from Where The Pyramid Meets The Eye (A Tribute To Roky Erickson) (sire 1990) —Great tribute album with lots of other artists and songs worth listening to.

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