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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Nov 5th 2012

Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Nov 5th 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


Aphrodite's Child “Lament”
from 666 (disc.1) (Polygram International 1971) —Arranged, produced & composed by....


Aphrodite's Child “Seven Trumpets”
from 666 (disc.2) (Polygram International 1971) —... Vangelis Papathanassiou. Text written by....


Aphrodite's Child “The Marching Beast”
from 666 (disc. 1) (Polygram International 1971) —... Costas Ferris. WIth the help of many musicians...


Aphrodite's Child “The Wedding of The Lamb”
from 666 (disc. 2) (Polygram International 1971) —... such as, Demis Roussos, Lucas Sideras, Silver Koulouris.....


Aphrodite's Child “The Capture of the Beast”
from 666 (disc. 2) (Polygram International 1971) —... plus, special guest John Frost as narrator.


King Crimson “Cirkus”
from Lizard (E'G 1989)


Emerson Lake & Palmer “Piano Improvisation”
from King Buscuit Flower Hour (King Biscuit Flower Hour Records/BMG 1997) —Recorded at Civic Center Tulsa, Oklahoma 3/7/74


Kansas “Point of Know Return” (Kirshner Records 1977)


Argent “Hold Your Head Up”
from All Together Now (Epic 1972)


The Alan Parsons Project “One More River”
from Pyramid (Arista 1978)


Blue Öyster Cult “Burnin' For You”
from Fire of Unknown Origin (Columbia 1981)


Peter Gabriel “Digging in the Dirt”
from Us (Geffen 1992)


Monty Python “World War Noises in 4 (side B, 1st groove)”
from The Monty Python Matching Tie and Handkerchief (Arista 1973) —A three sided vinyl record, two grooves are physically located on the same side, different tracks play, depending on the groove into which the needle drops.


Led Zeppelin “Ten Years Gone”
from Physical Graffiti (disc. 2) (Swan Song/Atlantic 1975) —did I say... 'In The Light' as the title to this track, on air? ooops.


Yes “Sweetness”
from Beyond and Before: The BBC recordings 1969-1970 (Store for Music 1969) —Excerpt/intro from BBC radio announcer Johnny Walker, June '69.


Yes “Fly From Here, part III Madman At The Screens”
from Fly From Here (Frontier 2011) —Produced by Trevor Horn, who also produced '90125' and was lead vocals on 'Drama'. For this 1st. studio release since '01, Steve Howe, Alan White, Chris Squire, Benoit David on vocals, Geoff Downes on keys.


The Allman Brothers Band “Strom Monday”
from At Fillmore East (Capricorn/Mercury 1971)


Aphrodite's Child “Break”
from 666 (disc. 2) (Polygram International 1971) —The last track from that epic release... "Bye, bye my friends, goodbye...., you make it.... fly high and then you make it.'


Cosmic Carlos..... “.... filled in for Mark, thanks for listening...”
from ... had a great time! Might have heard of me.. (Latin Hemispheres, right here on . . . 2012) —KDHX 88.1 fm St. Louis. Keeping it cosmic in your community.

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