Time Warp Radio (Music)
With Mark Hyken
Mon Oct 15th 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
Brian Auger's Oblivion Express “Dragon Song” from Brian Auger's Oblivion Express (Disconform 1970) —The birth of the Oblivion Express back in 1970. Very early fusion music, and much ahead of their time.Buy it!
David Bowie “Oh You Pretty Thing” from Bowie at the Beeb - The Best of the BBC Radio Sessions 68-72 (Virgin 2006)Buy it!
Jethro Tull “Stand Up Radio promo/ Back to the Family 3)Bouree” from Stand Up (Reprise Records 1969) —tand Up is the second album by Jethro Tull. Before this album, the band's original guitarist Mick Abrahams resigned because of musical differences with Ian Anderson; Abrahams wanted to stay with the blues-rock sound of This Was, while Anderson wished to bBuy it!
Man “Rainbow Eyes” from Slow Motion (BGO 1974) —Slow Motion is the ninth album by the Welsh psychedelic/progressive rock band Man and was released on the United Artists Records label. It was the only album recorded by this line-up, Malcolm Morley having left the day before recording was due to startBuy it!
Bill Quateman “Get it Right on Out There” from Bill Quateman (Columbia Records 1973) —Originally from Chicago. Bill left the music scene when the label wanted to make him a teen idol. He said NO WAY!Buy it!
Lighthouse “One Fine Morning (Live)” from Lighthouse Live (True North) —some facts about Lighthouse, they are still well known in Canada, where they are from. They were asked to play the original Woodstock but turned it down. This is their most popular song and the encore of the show.Buy it!
Armageddon “Silver Tightrope” from Armageddon (Shaddocks 1970) R —Armageddon was a hard rock band formed in 1974 - their self-titled debut, Armageddon, was recorded in England and released in the United States on A&M Records. The albums' original liner notes use the term "supergroup", Keith Relph (Yardbird, Rennaisance)Buy it!
Traffic “Roll Right Stones” from Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory (Island Records 1973) —didn't get a good review when it was new. I think this cut is quite good, and always did. C'mon Rolling Stone, of course Traffic doesn't rock like Van Halen! What do you expect. It's jazzy rock and quite good! Some reviewers are just tone deaf dorks!Buy it!
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