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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Mar 3rd 2014

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Mar 3rd 2014 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


Genesis “Watcher Of The Skies”
from Foxtrot (Rhino Records 1972) —The fourth studio album by English progressive rock band Genesis and the second from the band line-up which included Peter Gabriel, Tony Banks, Mike Rutherford, Phil Collins, and Steve Hackett.


Brian Auger 's Oblivion Express “Oblivion Express” (Disconform 1970) —The first Oblivion release!


Nitty Gritty Dirt Band “Ripplin' Waters (Live)”
from Live To Five (CAPITOL 1991) —Really like this live version


The Aardvarks “Subconscious Train of Thought”
from 45 rpm single (artist released 1970) L —I honestly don't know what year this is from. But they were a pretty big St. Louis band.


Grand Funk Railroad “I Can Feel Him In the Morning”
from Suvival (Capitol Records 1971) —A great cosmic song from the original band.


Juan De La Cruz band “Mystery Roach”
from Up In Arms (Shaddocks 1970) —Heavy psych band from the Phillipines


Skip Battin “St. Louis Browns”
from Skip Battin (Atlantic unk 1972) —Skip was a former member of The Byrds, the New Riders of the Purple Sage, and the Flying Burrito Brothers


Charlee “Wizard”
from Charlee (Mind Dust 1972) —the Canadian Charlee and not Charlie!


Charlie “Prisoners”
from Fantasy Girls (Columbia Records 1976) —Ok, this is the UK Charlie. Not a common song from them though.


Garage Underground “Standing on the Shore”
from Garage Underground (Fenton, MO) (Self Produced 2013) L —3 of them literally in a garage recording music in one take..


Tommy Bolin “Savannah Women”
from Teaser (Nemperor Records 1975)


Crosby & Nash “Lee Shore (Live)”
from BBC "In Concert" 1970 (Self Produced 1970) —Broadcast back in 1970 and a great find rescued from a dumpster at a station I worked at years ago.


America “Never Found the Time”
from America (Warner 1972) —back when they were mostly an acoustic band and not as slick as the hit machine they would later become.


The Fabulous Rhinestones “Free”
from The Fabulous Rhinestones (Vertigo Records 1972) —with Kal David from the Illinois Speed Press and Harvey Brooks from the Electric Flag.


The Guess Who “Pain Train”
from So Long, Bannatyne ( (RCA/Legacy 1971) —great deep rockin cut.


Fever Tree “Angelina”
from Filigree and Shadow (RCA 1971) —Nice live long one.


Fleetwood Mac (Peter Green era) “The Green Manalishi (The Two Pronged Crown)”
from Then Play On (Warner 1970) —Originally was a single and Peter Green's last Fleetwood Mac song.


Asoka “Leave Me”
from Asoka (Mellotronen 1971) —Swedish band


Sea Level “Nothing Matters but the Fever”
from Sea Level (Capricorn Records 1975) —Jazzy country band from Macon.


Uriah Heep “Why (Extended Version)”
from The Lansdowne Tapes (Sanctuary 1972) —The original uncut studio version before it was compressed into a b-side.

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