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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Aug 19th 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Aug 19th 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


Crosby Nash “the Lee Shore”
from Live Mississippi River Festival September 1973 (self-released 1973) —A great show and a rainy night.


Blue Mountain Eagle “Trivial Sun”
from Blue Mountain Eagle (ATCO 1970) —a short-lived American psychedelic/acid rock group that evolved out of New Buffalo Springfield in August 1969 and recorded a lone album for Atlantic/Atco Records, which they were personally signed to by label founder Ahmet Ertegun.


String Driven Thing “Starving At the Tropics”
from Keep Yer 'and On It (Ozit 1975) —the band toured the UK and Europe with Charisma stablemates Lindisfarne and Genesis.


The Nightowls “Lookin For Love”
from One Plus (Rubble 2010) L —the incredible semi retired local band!


Rare Earth “Magic Key”
from B side of Get Ready (Motown 1969) —White boys with soul!


Badfinger “Day After Day”
from Straight Up (Apple 1971) —George Harrison can be heard playing a slide-guitar duet with Pete Ham on the song "Day After Day", with Leon Russell featured on piano.


The Fabulous Rhinestones “Free”
from The Fabulous Rhinestones (Vertigo Records 1972) —Kal David vocals/guitar from the Illinois Speed Press, Harvey Brooks on bass


The Nazz “Hello It's Me”
from the Nazz (Universal 1968)


Michael Hedges “All Along the Watchtower”
from Watching My Life Go By (Windham Hill Records 1985) —A great 12 string acoustic singer songwriter R.I.P :(


Jimi Hendrix Experience “Burning Of The Midnight Lamp”
from Electric Ladyland (Legacy 1968) —What is there to say about this great artist? From a perfect album!


It's a Beautiful Day “Bombay Calling”
from It's a Beautiful Day (TRC 1969) —This exact song was used by Deep Purple as the basis for their song "Child in Time"


Santana “Batuka”
from Santana 3 (Columbia 1971) —And this lineup is going to release a new album in 2014! Carlos Santana says it will pick up where this album left off!


John McLaughlin “Marbles”
from Devotion (Metrotone 1970) —Another contemporary of Carlos Santana and a great guitar player!


Pink Floyd “See Emily Play”
from 7" Single (EMI 1967) —Written by original frontman Syd Barrett


Curtiss Maldoon “Man from Afganistan”
from Sepheryn, Ray of Light - The Definitive Collection (1971-1973) (spitfire 1971) —Steve Howe did some guitars for them


HP Lovecraft “At the Mountains of Madness”
from HP Lovecraft 2 (Universal 1968) —With origins from Chicago


The Moody Blues “So Deep Within You (Full Version)”
from On the Threshold of a Dream (Polydor/UMC (Universal Music Catalogue) 1969) —this is the way Mike Pinder originally intended it to be!


ELP “Peter Gunn Theme”
from King Biscuit Flower Hour 1974 (KBFH 1974) —From one of their early KBFH recordings. Not sure if it's in print.


Big Brother And The Holding Company “Coo Coo”
from Live at the Carousel Ballroom 1968 (Columbia 1968) —Great live set!


Jeff Beck “Freeway Jam”
from Riverport 1995 (artist release 1995) —from another great show!


Peter Green “Just For You”
from In The Skies (PVC 1979) —From his comeback album, the founder of the original Fleetwood Mac!


The Blues Project “I Can't Keep From Cryin' Sometimes”
from Reunion in Central Park (One Way 1973) —Written by Al Kooper, the original singer/songwriter on the first Blood, Sweat, and Tears album.


ARS “Another Mans Women”
from Athens 1978 (artist release 1978) —Great live version of this famous song!


Gong “Heavy Tune”
from Expresso II (Virgin 1978) —Love this song

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