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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Aug 13th 2012

Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Aug 13th 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


Alice Cooper “Welcome to my Nightmare”
from King Biscuit Flower Hour 1975 (self-released) R


Sweetwater “My Crystal Spider”
from Sweetwater (Columbia 1968) —Nancy Nevins was the vocalist for this band that was known as the first band to play Woodstock 69


Simon And Garfunkel “A Hazy Shade of Winter”
from LIve in NY 1967 (Columbia) —a great live acoustic song from the famous duo!


Canned Heat “World in a Jug”
from Canned Heat / Boogie With Canned Heat (BGO Records 1998)


Love Sculpture “SUMMERTIME”
from Blues Helping (EMI UK 1999)


Leigh Stephens “Another Dose of Life”
from Red Weather (Akarma) R  —Leigh Stephens is an American guitarist and songwriter. Stephens became famous as the former lead guitarist of the San Francisco psychedelic rock group Blue Cheer.


Winwood, Clapton, and Bruce aka the Powerhouse “Crossroads”
from What's Shakin' (Ekektra) —a rare first pre-cream workout of Crossroads recorded as a demo for Elektra in 66'. Guess they saw no potential in the band. Shame on them, big big goof!


David Bowie “Stay (Live)”
from Station to Station (3CD Special Edition) (RCA 2010) —Carlo's Olamar and Earl Slick = Guitars


The Insect Trust “Miss Fun City”
from Insect Trust (EMI) —he members of the band were Nancy Jeffries on vocals,[1] Bill Barth on guitar, Luke Faust, formerly of the Holy Modal Rounders, on guitar, banjo, fiddle, and harmonica, Trevor Koehler on saxophone, and Robert Palmer (1945-1997) on clarinet and alto saxoph


Jethro Tull “Living in the Past”
from A Light Music Live (Chrysalis) —recorded during the A Little Light Music European concert tour of May 1992.


Journey (prog rock) “Spaceman”
from Next (Columbia) —the prog rocks band third commercial failure. But it's really great!


Cheryl Dilcher “Follow the Love”
from Blue Sailor (Butterfly Music 1977) —a great rare disc


The Hollies “Another Night”
from LIve St. Louis (Rubble) —recorded at the Ambassador Theatre


Angel “Rock and Rollers”
from Angel (Casablanca Records 1975) R  —Angel was discovered by KISS bass player Gene Simmons performing at a nightclub and was eventually signed to the same label as KISS, Casablanca.[1] Angel's image of dressing in all white was a deliberate contrast to Kiss, which wore black. Angel sported


Uriah Heep “Stealin'”
from King Biscuit Flower Hour (KBFH) —1973 Live California


The Easybeats “Rock and Roll Boogie”
from the Best of (Retroactive) —Features George Young, his younger brothers Malcolm and Angus Young


The Bubble Puppy “Hot Smoke and Sassafras” (fuel)


The Egles “Outlaw Man”
from Desparado (Ekektra) R  —written by songwriter David Blue for the Eagles when they were just starting off.


Missouri “Mystic Lady”
from the Best Of (Cow Town 1979)


The James Gang “Tend My Garden”
from Rides Again (MCA 1970)


May Blitz “Fire Queen”
from May Blitz (Repertoire Records 1970) —The group was formed in 1969 by bassist Terry Poole and drummer Keith Baker, the rhythm section of the blues-rock trio Bakerloo, both of whom left the group when guitarist Clem Clempson departed to join Colosseum


Yes “Looking Around”
from Yes (first Album) (Atlantic unk) —before Wakeman and Steve Howe were in the band. Peter Banks on guitars and Tony Kaye on keyboards


Iron Butterfly “My Mirage”
from In A Gadda Da Vida (Rhino 1968) —The band had been booked to play at Woodstock but got stuck at an airport. When their manager called the promoters of the concert they explained the situation and asked for patience. However, the manager demanded that the Butterfly be flown in by helicopt


Pink Floyd “Stay”
from Obscurred By Clouds (CAPITOL)


Deep Purple “Child in Time”
from BBC 1970 and 1972 (BBC Music)

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