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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Fri Sep 16th 2011

Time Warp Radio (Music)

Fri Sep 16th 2011 5.00am–7.00am

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central


Armageddon “Buzzard”
from Armageddon (Shaddocks 1970) —Armageddon was an intended 1970s supergroup made up of singer Keith Relf, formerly of the Yardbirds, guitarist Martin Pugh from Steamhammer, bassist Louis Cennamo, and drummer Bobby Caldwell, who had worked with Johnny Winter.


Climax Blues Band “Standing By A River”
from FM LIve (Papillon 1974)


Climax Blues Band “I Am Constant (Live)”
from FM - Live (Plum 1973) —a document of a New York radio concert


Jimi Hendrix Experience “Spanish Castle Magic”
from Winterland (Legacy) —Winterland is drawn from six stellar shows recorded over three days (October 10, 11 and 12, 1968) at San Francisco's historic Winterland Ballroom.


Cream “As You Said”
from Those Were The Days (Polydor / Umgd 1997)


Epitaph “FLY”
from Stop Look and Listen (Repertoire) —currently out of print, German jazz/prog band


Fleetwood Mac “The Ghost”
from Bare Trees (Warner 1972)


UK “Time To Kill”
from BBC Live (self produced radio only)


Blodwyn Pig “Sing Me A Song That I know”
from Ahead Rings Out (Beat Goes On 1969) —A quirky detour of late-'60s British progressive/blues rock, Blodwyn Pig was founded by former Jethro Tull guitarist Mick Abrahams, who left Tull after the This Was album.


Arlo Guthrie “Motorcycle Song”
from The Best Of (Warner Brothers)


New Riders of the Purple Sage “Henry”
from Boston Music Hall - December 5, 1972 (Kufala 1972) —the orginal back up band for the Grateful Dead


PPL “I'll Fix Your Flat Tire Merle”
from Live Takin the Stage (RCA)


Rory Gallagher “Just the Smile”
from Rory Gallagher (BMG)


Paul Kantner/Crosby/Slick/Garcia “Have You Seen The Stars Tonight?”
from Blows Against the Empire (RCA 1970)


Jerry Garcia Band “Friend of the Devil”
from Keystone 1978 Let it Rock (Warner) —first live Garcia solo recording


King Krimson “I Talk To The Wind (alternate mix)”
from In the court of the Krimson King (Atlantic unk 1968)


Gene Edelin Band (now the Nightowls, Gene rip) “Johnny B. Goode”
from Live at Fat Cats 1980 (Self Produced 1980) L —Playing tonight at Charlack, Saturday at Cactus Inn, and Wednesday at Shady Jacks


Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young “EIght Miles High”
from LIve (Self Produced)

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