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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Jan 14th 2013

Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Jan 14th 2013 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

11:03pm

Rolling Stones “Moonlight Mile”
from Sticky Fingers (Rolling Stones Records RCA 1971) —No idea why it didn't get much airplay.

11:09pm

Richie Callison “Forever”
from Forever (new song) (Artist produced 2013) L —Local artists new song, and former vocalist for Geezer Butler

11:12pm

Heart “Sing Child”
from Dreamboat Annie (Mushroom 1975) —1976 debut indi release on Mushroom Canada, then became huge! .

11:15pm

Burton Cummings “No Sugar Tonight/ New Mother Nature”
from Live at Massey Hall 2010-2011 (Universal Canada 2011) —Burton turned 65 this year and still sounds great. Wish there wasn't a fake "Guess Who" out there with NO original members playing local casino's and fairs.

11:21pm

KL 11 “the Boat”
from KL 11 (artist release 2013) L —Local band with Lou Babinga who also provided me with this song!

11:24pm

Eric Clapton “Let it Grow (live Hammersmith 74)”
from 461 Ocean Boulevard (Polydor) —A great live version from 74' , Eric sounds just a twinge raspy but it works!

11:30pm

Iron Butterfly “My Mirage”
from in-a-gadda-da-vida (Rhino unk 1968) L —in tribute to Lee Dorman the bass player of the band from St. Louis, a great heavy band

11:35pm

FM “Phasors on Stun”
from Black Noise (Visa Records 1978) R  —with the incredible electric violin playing of Canadian "Nash the Slash" who appears to be retired for the moment. FM was a nationally known underground band and NOT just known in St. Louis

11:39pm

Post Nuclear Trash “I'm Only What You Want Me to Think”
from PNT (artist release 2012) L —Local current St. Louis band, one of the cluster of new locals that I found.

11:43pm

War “Spill the Wine”
from Best of (Hippo 1971) —Eric Burdon with War, Lee Oskar on Harmonica

11:47pm

John Gillespie “Inside the Magic”
from John Gillespie (self-released 2012) —yet another great local artist

11:52pm

Charlie “Fantasy Girls”
from Charlie (ATM 1976) —the first more prog sounding disc from the band, they were paired on tour with Focus in 76'

11:56pm

American Blues “All I Saw Was You”
from "Is Here" (Akarma 1969) —with Hill and Beard before ZZ Top days

12:00am

David Bowie “Space Oddity Live”
from BBC (Virgin 1969) —recorded at the Beeb, less produced sounding, more natural!

12:04am

Eamonn McCormack with Jan Akkerman “Mystica”
from Kindred Spirits (Akustik 2012) N  —Eamonn and Jan Akerman of Focus, very good spanish sounding irish blues if that's possible?

12:11am

Hot Tuna “Keep On Truckin'”
from Best of (RCA 1972) —Jorma and Jack flying over the Jefferson Airplane

12:14am

Dwight Twilley Band “I'm on Fire”
from Sincerely (RIGHT STUFF 1976) —from the first album

12:17am

Randy Holden “Fruit and Iceburgers”
from Population 11 (Progressive Line 1969) —Randy Holden of Blue Cheer called this Population 2 for the simple reason that there were just 2 of them in the band

12:22am

The Grass Roots “Temptation Eyes”
from the Best of (MCA 1970) —a great pop song from 70'. Also

12:25am

Terry Kath “Oh, Thank You Great Spirit”
from Chicago V111 (Rhino unk 1975) —A soulful tribute to Mr. Hendrix sung a played by Terry Kath!

12:32am

The Band “Chest Fever”
from Music From Big Pink (Capitol Records 1968) —considered one of their best

12:38am

Stealers Wheel “Good Businessman”
from Ferguslie Park (UNI 1973) —A cynical song from the 2nd album with Gerry Rafferty

12:42am

Cream “World of Pain”
from Disreali Gears (Polydor 1967) —the second album and pretty ahead of it's time for 67'

12:45am

Emerson Lake and Palmer “Tiger in a Spotlight”
from Works Volume 2 (Warner 1977) —lyrics by Pete Sinfield


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