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Time Warp Radio (Music)
With Mark Hyken
Fri Jul 30th 2010 5.00am–7.00am
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String Driven Thing “Starving in the Tropics” from Keep Your And on it CD Album (Charisma 1976) R —Scottish band
Toad “Stay” from Toad (RCA 1972) —Swiss power trio
Neil Young “Country Girl” from Deja Vu (Atlantic) R
Spur “8 Miles High” from Reunion 1994 (Self produced by band 1994) L —given to me by the band when we got to interview them a few weeks ago
Guess Who “Runnin' back to Saskatoon” from Live at the Paramount (RCA 1972) —A great live band
Guess Who “No Time” from Live at the Paramount (RCA 1972) R
Savoy Brown “A Hard Way to Go” from Raw Sienna (Deram 1970) R —brit blues grit rock
John Campbell “When the Levee Breaks” from Howlin Mercy (Elecktra 1993) —great blues track NOT written by Led Zep
Dan Fogelberg “Part of the Plan” from Anthology (Sony) R
Brand X “Runnng of all Three” from Unorthodox Behaviour (Chrysalis 1976) R —fusion of jazz/rock/classical etc...
Aphrodite's Child “Break” from 666 (Vertigo Records 1970) R
Moody Blues “This Story in Your Eyes” from Every Good Boy Deserves Favour (Threshold 1971) —the unreleased full length version with slightly different production
Mighty Baby “Egyption Toumb” from Mighty Baby (Big Beat rhino.com 1969) —composed of members of the Action!
Butts Band “Make it Happen” from Butts Band (Blue Thumb Records 1973) R —Kriegar and Dinsmore of the Doors after the breakup.
Nektar “Lonely Roads” from RMTF (Bellaphon Records 1973) —Brit prog psych
Pink Floyd “One of These Days” from Meddle (EMI 1971)
Beatles “Dr. Robert” from Revolver (EMI Records 1966)
Fat Mattress “At the Ball” from the Anthology (Castle)
Big Brother “Summertime” from USA 1967 (self) R —actually a live rare version
Fleetwood Mac/Kirwin/Spencer “Tell Me All the Things You Do” from Station Man (Warner Brothers 1970) —the much better Pre Buckingham Nicks version of the band
Night Owls “It's Rainin'” from One Plus (self 2010) N L
Spirit “Fresh Garbage” from Rock and Roll Planet (Acadia 2010) N —Live music recorded in Texas during the 70's
Jefferson Airplane “Have You Seen the Saucers” from Early Flight (Grunt 1970)
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