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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Sep 24th 2012

Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Sep 24th 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

10:58pm

Heartsfield “Music Eyes”
from Heartsfield (Mercury Records 1973) R  —In memory of Perry Jordan.

11:04pm

Captain Beyond “Sufficiantly Breathless” (Capricorn 1973) R  —Rod Evans original vocalist for Deep Purple (Hush etc..)

11:09pm

Doobie Brothers “I Cheat the Hangman”
from Stampede (Warner) R

11:15pm

JD Blackfoot “Love Will Find A Way”
from the Legend of Texas Red (Yonder music 2012) —featuring the Listons (Mama's Pride) and Ingrid Berry, and Marls Gypsy Brown

11:16pm

JD Blackfoot “Stardust, Moonlight, and Rainbows”
from the Legend of Texas Red (Yonder music 2012)

11:21pm

Aliota Haynes and Jerimiah “LONG TIME GONE”
from Aliota Haynes and Jerimiah (Ampex 1970) R

11:26pm

Tucky Buzzard “All I want is Your love”
from Allright on the Night (Passport Records 1973)

11:36pm

Grand Funk Railroad “I Can Feel Him In the Morning”
from Survival (CAPITOL 1970)

11:41pm

Thin Lizzy “Cowboy Song (Live)”
from Live and Dangerous (Friday Music Records 1977)

11:46pm

The Zombies “God Gave Rock and Roll to You”
from Live at the Bloomsbury Theatre, London (Alive) —from the 2005 reunion, originally done by Rod Argent post Zombies in his band "Argent"

11:51pm

T Rex “Bang a Gong (original acoustic demo)”
from Electric Singles (Rhino)

11:54pm

John Kay “Easy Evil”
from My Sportin' Life (DunhillABC Records 1973)

11:57pm

Santana “Aquamarine (live)”
from Keil Opera House 1979 (self-released 1979) R  —a wonderful instrumental originally found on the Marathon album

12:08am

Loggins and Messina “Holiday Hotel (live)”
from On Stage (Columbia www.columbiarecords.com 1974) —hard to believe that years later Kenny Logins would go "top 40".

12:11am

Midnight Sun “LIvin on a Hill”
from Midnight Sun (Kapp Records 1972) R  —Midnight Sun originally went under the name Rainbow Band and released an album with that name too, before switching to Midnight Sun

12:27am

Deodato “Superstrut (Live)”
from Mississippi River Festival (MCA) —Yep, live from the MRF back in 74'

12:35am

Love “She Comes in Colors”
from Da Capo (Elektra 1966) —Arthur Lee


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