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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Dec 3rd 2012

Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Dec 3rd 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

11:00pm

Richie Callison “Run Back”
from Richie Callison (Clearview Records 1997) L —Very good local artist! Check him out on Facebook

11:03pm

Gypsy “Around You”
from In The Garden Vinyl Album (Metromedia Records 1971) R  —from an LP once worth $100's.

11:09pm

Landslide “Doin' What I Want”
from 2 Sided Fantasy (CAPITOL 1972) —This was a good rock band that had a sound comparable to Cream and at times early Santana

11:12pm

Jimmy Page with Aerosmith “Think About It”
from Marquee Club 1990 (Self Produced) R  —Jimmy Page plays one of his old Yardbirds tunes

11:16pm

Captain Beyond “Sufficaintly Breathless”
from Sufficiantly Breathless (Capricorn 1973) —Rod Evans, Dorman, and Rhino. A fusion of DP and IB

11:21pm

Neal Schon “Irish Field”
from The Calling (Frontier Records 2012) N  —former Santana and Journ guitar

11:24pm

Steve Miller Band “Goin' to the Country”
from Number 5 (CAPITOL 1970) —a pre-top 40 Steve Miller when he still played psych music

11:28pm

KL11 “The Na Na Song”
from KL11 (artist release 2012) L —More great local music, find them on Facebook.

11:32pm

Aliota Haynes and Jerimiah “LONG TIME GONE”
from Aliota Haynes and Jerimiah (Ampex 1970) R  —From the first LP.

11:37pm

D. Brothers “Toulouse Street” (Warner Brothers 1972) R  —Great Acoustic Pat Simmons song

11:40pm

CTA “25 or 6 to 4”
from Live at Bill Graham's Fillmore West (wolfgang 1970) —possibly the earliest live version of this tune.

11:47pm

Bee Bop Deluxe “No Trains to Heaven”
from Axe Victim (EMI 1972) —William Nelson on guitar, no relation the the country star! :)

11:54pm

Post Nuclear Trash “High and Dry”
from Post Nuclear Trash (artist release 2012) L —another nice local band, find them on Facebook

11:56pm

Black Oak Arkansas “Uncle Lijiah”
from Best of (Rhino 1972)

12:00am

Fleetwood Mac “Jewel Eyed Judy”
from Kiln House (Warner 1970) —the first album without Peter Green

12:03am

Elton John “Where to now St. Peter?”
from Starlight Theatre 1982 (Artist produced 1982) —recorded from the show the following day after he played with his original band under the Arch at the VP Fair.

12:08am

Jon Gillespie “I Gotta Love You”
from John Gillespie (Artist produced 2012) L —Find him on Facebook. Another St. Louis original

12:12am

Hot Tuna “Genesis (Live)”
from Double Dose (Live) (Grunt 1976)

12:16am

The Moody Blues “Thinking is the best way to Travel (additional vocal mix)”
from In Search of the Lost Chord Expanded Version (Threshold 1968) —from a German only remaster. Cost me some bucks but I really had to have it!

12:20am

The Faces “Ooh La La”
from the Best of (Rhino 1973) —written by Ronnie Lane and Ronnie Wood

12:24am

Rory Gallagher “They Don't Make Them Like You Anymore”
from Tatoo (BMG 1973)

12:29am

John Mayall “Parchment Farm”
from The Last of the British Blues (ABC 1978) —Great live disc, good music competing with canned cheese rock played on our local low grade rock stations

12:32am

Badfinger “Perfection”
from Straight Up (Apple Records 1971) R

12:38am

Bang “Mother” (Repertoire unk 1972)

12:42am

Leon Russell “Out in the Woods”
from Carney (Shelter Records 1972)

12:46am

The Nightowls “Born in Chicago”
from LIve 97 (Rubble 1997) L —Steve Miro Vocals, Muddy Smith Bass, Smitty Guitar

12:51am

Jimi Hendrix “Bleeding Heart”
from War Heroes (Polydor)


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.