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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Jun 18th 2012

Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Jun 18th 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


Hot Tuna “Water Song”
from And Furthermore Live (Arista) R  —Kaukonen and Casady Live, with Pete Sears as well


Gary Higgins “Thicker Than a Smokey”
from Red Hash (Drag City www.dragcity.com) —Recorded in 1973 just before he went to prison on pot charges!


Pink Floyd “Free Four”
from Obscured By Clouds (CAPITOL 1972) —early pre-famous Pink Floyd. This track was the single off the LP.


Lynryd Skynyrd “Need My Friends”
from Shade Tree Recordings 1968 (MCA) —Interesting earliest recordings of Skynrd, sounds way different!


Neil Young with Crosby, Stills and Nash “Tell Me Why”
from Archives (Reprise) —This is an unreleased live version of a great song!


Neil Young & Crazy Horse “Gallows Pole”
from Americana (Reprise 2012) —The first disc from the band in 9 years. All Americana classics


Be-Bop Deluxe “No Trains to Heaven”
from Axe Victim (EMI) —William Nelson guitars on this brit 1974 album


RE “Being Kind (Can Hurt Someone Sometime)”
from T.W.O. (Sony) —From their 2nd album when they were more of a non-fluffy rock band from Champain. Recorded in 1972


Alan Parsons Project “Breakdown”
from I Robot (Arista 1977) —Features Allan Clarke (the Hollies) on vocals. Great song!


Tractor “Willow”
from John Peel Bought Us Studio Gear and a P.A. (Ozit Morpheus Records 1971) —2 guys from Manchester (UK) sent their tapes to John Peel and he signed them!


Pavlov's Dog “Subway Sue”
from Live and Unleashed (Rockville 2010) —Recorded in 2009


ZZ Top “Heard it on the X (Live from back in the day)”
from Fandango (Warner Brothers 2006)


Quicksilver Messenger Service “The Fool (Fillmore 1968)”
from Lost Gold and Silver (Collector's Choice)


Jethro Tull “With You There to Help Me”
from Benefit (Chrysalis 1970) —a great early lp showcasing Martin Barre's guitarness!


Uriah Heep “Circus”
from Sweet Freedom (Bronze Records 1973) —A fine third album and an interesting acoustic number


King Krimson “I Talk to the Wind”
from In the Court of the Crimson King (Atlantic unk 1969) —features Robert Fripp, Gregg Lake (vocals who later Joined ELP) and even Ian McDonald who later joined the bubble gum pop band Foreigner.


Starcastle “Elliptical Seasons”
from Starcastle (Epic Records 1976) —Nice harmonies from this band that was very influenced by "Yes"


Wishbone Ash “Vas Dis”
from Pilgrimage (MCA 1971) —great ash from 72


Journey Fusion “Of A Lifetime”
from Live In St. Louis 1973 (self-released) —the fusion of hard rock, and jazz, before Mr. Perry would popify the band!


Yes “We Have Heaven”
from Fragile (Rhino Records 1972)


Jack Bruce and Robin Trower “Distant Places of the Heart”
from Seven Moons (V12 Records/Evangeline Rcds. 2008)

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