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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Sep 17th 2012

Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Sep 17th 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


Graham Nash David Lindley “Wild Tales” (Atlantic 1973) R  —Recorded in 73', a superb cosmic tune!


Earth Quake “Things”
from Earth Quake (A&M Records) R  —the only jam song from this otherwise pop rock group from California


Dixie Dregs “Country House Shuffle”
from The Great Spectactular (Drg 1975) —this was the disc available at their local concerts before they had a major label contract.


David Byron “American Women”
from Lost Demo's (self-released) —Pre-Uriah Heep demos from the late Dave Byron who would become the famous original Uriah Heep vocalist!


The Guess Who “Guns, Guns, Guns”
from Running Back Through Canada (BMG 2000) —the REAL Guess Who reunited in 2000 for this one tour. Any other Guess Who you see coming to a Casino or wherever is the FAKE one!


Robin Trower “Twice Removed from Yesterday” (Chrysalis 1973) R  —Great track from his first solo disc post Procol Harum


Procol Harum “Whiskey Train”
from Dallas 71 Robins Last (self-released) —Trowers last gig with Procol Harum.


The Knowbody Else “Mean Women (if you ever blues)”
from the Knowbody Else (Stax Records url 1969) —they would later change their name to Black Oak Arkansas


Pat Liston/Dan Liston of Mama's Pride “Blue Mist acoustic”
from Unplugged in the studio (artist release) R L —pretty sure this was 2004


Golden Earring “Radar Love Acoustic”
from the Naked Truth (Columbia) —Yeah, thank God their not actually naked on the cover!


The Sparrow “Baby Please Don't Go”
from Collector's Item (Repertoire Records) —John Kay and other future Steppenwolf members. Mars Bonfire was in this band who would later write "Born To Be Wild".


The Band of Joy “Down to the Sea & Ramble On”
from Live From the Artists Den 2011 (Universal 2011) —Grammy nominated featuring Patty Griffen and of course Robert Plant


Credence Clearwater Revival “It Came Out of the Sky”
from Live 70-71 (Fantasy) —vintage live CCR. Fogerty claims he is open to a CCR Reunion again.


Robert Fripp and Daryll Hall “North Star”
from Exposure (DGM) —Yeah, that's Robert Fripp from King Krimson and Daryll Hall from Hall and Oates!


Moody Blues “You Can Never Go Home”
from Every Good Boy Deserves Favor (Threshold)


Humble Pie “Stone Cold Fever”
from On Stage (self-released) —Yeah, the early stuff with Mariott and Frampton


BTO “Hold Back the Water”
from Trial by Fire (CMC 2000) —the awesome voice of Fred Turner, actually a re-recording, but really a good one!


Wishbone Ash “the King Will Come”
from Live Dates (BGO 1973) —the original lineup from the early days1973


Poco “Angel”
from Live Fox Theatre (Sony) R


The Spur “It Wont Be Wrong”
from Unreleased, they just sent me this track (self-released) —Rick Willard of the 60's band "the Spur" just mailed me this song that he and Stan of the Spur (local 60's St. Louis band) recently recorded. They have no idea that I'm playing it tonight.


Micheal Stanley Band “Rosewood Bitters (live)”
from Stagepass (Sony) —a great live recording of the classic track


GFR “Comfort Me”
from Survival (Captitol) —a deep cut from 1971


Jim Stafford “the Wildwood Weed”
from Jim Stafford (MGM 1974) —a fun cannibus song from the same guy that wrote "My Girl Bill".


UK “Time To Kill”
from Agora Ballroom Ohio (self-released) R

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