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

Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Sep 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


Heartsfield “Racin' the Sun”
from The Wonder Of It All (Mercury Records 1974) —RIP Perry Jordan :( I was lucky enough to meet him. He was a real nice guy.


Bow Street Runners “Steve's Jam”
from Bow Street Runners (Sundazed 1970) —hard to find psych lp from this NC band


JD Blackfoot “Waiting to be Born”
from The Ultimate Prophecy (Yonder music) R  —the rocker from Ironton MO


Renaissance “Midas Man”
from Novella (Wounded Bird 1977) R  —simply wonderful song!


Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young “Tell Me Why”
from live Fillmore 1970 (Warner Brothers) —Radio promo copy of this unreleased Neil Young song.


Sea Level “Nothing Matters but the Fever”
from the Best Of (Polydor) R  —Chuck Leavel of the 70's Allman brothers was in this band.


Bill Quateman “Get It Right On Out There”
from Bill Quateman (Columbia Records 1973) —Bill was living in Chicago when he recorded this.


Electric Light Orchestra “Day Tripper (Live)”
from The Night the Light Went On (In Long Beach) (Epic 1974) —recorded live in 1974


Caravan “Place of My Own”
from Caravan (Verve www.vervemusicgroup.com 2006) —n English band from the Canterbury area, founded by former Wilde Flowers members David Sinclair, Richard Sinclair, Pye Hastings and Richard Coughlan.


The Animals “Paint It Black (live 1967)”
from the Live 65'-67' (Columbia) —Wow, I can't recall much about this. I've not looked at it in years. It's the original Animals from their prime.


Rolling Stones “Play With Fire”
from Play With Fire - Single (Decca)


Uriah Heep “Circus”
from Sweet Freedom (Bronze Records 1973) —great acoustic track.


Alvin Lee “Listen to Your Radio Station and Back in 69'”
from Still on the Road to Freedom (Rainman 2012) N  —Yes, brand new Alvin Lee from 2012 and it's good!


Paul Kantner/Crosby/Slick/Garcia “Have You Seen The Stars Tonight?”
from Blows Against the Empire (RCA 1970) R  —Yes, real good!


Nektar “Lonely Road”
from RMTF (Bellaphon Records 1973) —German single edit.


Pink Floyd “Cymbaline”
from More (Soundtrack from the Film) [Remastered] (CAPITOL 2003) —pre famous Floyd from 1969


Wet Willie “Everything That Cha Do (Will Come Back To You)”
from Live KBFH (KBHF 1977) R  —this is the original band recorded in 77'


Poco “Bad Weather”
from In Concert (Brilliant) —from an acoustic show featuring the vintage lineup, even Ritchie Furay!


Johnny Winter “Roll With It”
from Live St. Louis 1971 (Artists Only!)


The Yardbirds “Think About it”
from LIttle Games (Parlophone 2003)


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


The Who “Young Man Blues”
from Who's Next (MCA 1971) —recorded live at the Vic 1971

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