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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Jul 23rd 2012

Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Jul 23rd 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


CTA “Introduction”
from Lenox, MA 1970 Live (wolfgang) R  —Terry Kath was incredible that night!


Blue Cheer “I'm the Light”
from Oh! Pleasent Hope (Phillips 1971) R  —Gary Yoder from Kak (Lemonade Kid) joined the band on guitar


Aorta “Cathatyptic”
from Aorta (Columbia Records 1969) —Aorta was signed at the same time as Chicago Transit Authority, and Illinois Speed Press by Columbia late 67'. Columbia records actually felt that of the three, Aorta would be the biggest.


Deep Purple “Wring that Neck”
from The Book of Taliesyn (Harvest Records 1968) R  —Rest in peace Jon Lord!


Deep Purple “Chasing Shadows”
from Deep Purple Vinyl Album (Passport 1998) —Another non classic rock tribute to Jon Lord


Emerson, Lake, and Palmer “Hoedown”
from Live at the Mar Y Soul Festival 1972 (Castle) —Great Hammond from Keith Emerson


Frank Zappa “Calling All Vegtables”
from Absolutely Free (Ryko 1988) —from Zappa's second album in 67'


Flo and Eddie “Keep It Warm”
from Live at the Roxy (KBFH Not Released to public) R


George Harrison “What is Life?”
from All Things Must Pass (Apple 1971) —George continues his spiritual quest


Peter Green “What Am I Doing Here”
from Colors (fuel) —the founder of Fleetwood Mac when they were a blues based band. The Buckingham/Nicks FM lineup announced a tour in 2013


Moody Blues “Dr. Livingstone, I Presume?”
from In Search Of The Lost Chord (Threshold 1968) —"Dr Livingstone, I Presume" was primarily written about Dr. David Livingstone. The lyrics in the opening verse describe the accomplishments of Dr. Livingstone, who was a Scottish missionary and explorer in central Africa.


The Frost “Jenny Lee”
from Frost Music (Vanguard www.vanguardrecords.com 1969) —Wagner has also played lead guitar or written songs for Aerosmith, Lou Reed, Burton Cummings, KISS, Meat Loaf, Steve Perry, Ringo Starr, Etta James, Peter Gabriel, Rod Stewart, Tina Turner, Air Supply, Hall & Oates, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Ri


Uriah Heep “Blind Eye”
from Demon's and Wizards (Castle 1972)


Jim Capaldi “Short Cut, Draw Blood” (Island) —His first solo record done after the breakup of Traffic.


Santana “Persuation”
from Live at the Fillmore '68 (Columbia 1997) —Very early Santana music from before their first album


Bobby Whitlock “Thorn Tree in the Garden”
from Bobby Whitlock (ABC) R


Genesis “I Know What I Like”
from Selling England By The Pound (Atlantic Records 1973)


The Who “I'm One”
from KBFH 1973 (KBFH Not Released to public 1973) —Absolutely a great Townshend song!


Cream “Dance the Night Away”
from Disreali Gears (Polydor 1967) R


Armageddon “Silver Tightrope”
from Armageddon (Shaddocks 1970) —Martin Pugh from Steamhammer and Keith Relph, the vocalist of the Yardbirds


Journ “Kohoutek/Topaz”
from Journ (Columbia) —Pre-famous and Pre-Steve Perry, with Gregg Rollie and Niel Schon from Santana.


The Shieks “99 and 1/2 won't do”
from Live (artist release) —a local St. Louis band that is no longer together. They were good though!


# “#” (# #) —thanks for listening, as always.. Mark

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