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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Feb 4th 2013

Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Feb 4th 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


ELO “10538 Overture (40th Anniversary Edition) (2012 Version)” from Electric Light Orchestra 1st LP (EMI 1971) —The original ELO with the crazy Roy Wood!Buy it!


David Bowie “The Man Who Sold the World” from The Man Who Sold The World (Virgin 1971R  —The album was Bowie's first with the nucleus of what would become the "Spiders from Mars" Mick Ronson GuitarBuy it!


Richie Callison “Sunshine” from Richie Callison (Clearview Records 1997L —Local St. Louis musician. He's been around, sang with Geezer Butler, and it appears even Head East a few years ago (if the internet source is correct)Buy it!


Jeff Beck “Blue Wind” from Wired (Friday Music 1976) —with Jan Hammer on Keyboards, nice jazzy fusionLBuy it!


KL 11 “Destination” from KL11 (artist release 2013L —Local current St. Louis, find them on FacebookBuy it!


Amboy Dukes “Journey to the Center of the Mind” from Loaded for Bear (Epic 1968) —the second album from 1968. John Drake on vocalsBuy it!


Rory Gallagher “Moonchild” from Stage Struck (Chrysalis Records 1980) —tage Struck is the third live album by Irish singer/guitarist Rory Gallagher. Released in 1980, it documents his world tour in support of his 1979 album Top Priority.Buy it!


The Night Owls “I'm Tired” from Duckroom Live (Rubble 2012L —Local band that may one day reunite again. Muddy Smith (Bass), Steve Miro (Vocals), Smitty (Guitar)Buy it!


Blodwyn Pig “The Squirreling Must Go On (Remastered 2009)” from Getting to This (BGO 1970) —tting to This was the second album by British blues-rock band Blodwyn Pig, released in 1970. The album was the band's last until a brief reunion in the 1990s: Peter Banks joined from Yes after the recording of Getting To ThisBuy it!


The Moody Blues “A Simple Game” from Prelude (Threshold 1968) —this was recorded during the LP, A Threshold of a Dream back in 68'Buy it!


Eloy “Inside” (EMI 1973) —German prog from 73.Buy it!


Alan Parsons Project “I Wouldn't Want to be Like You” from Live in Madrid 2010 (Frontier Records 2010) —Not often that he puts out a live LPBuy it!


Jon Gillespie “My Fathers Song” from Jon Gillespie (artist release 2013LBuy it!


Fever Tree “San Francisco Girls (Live)” from Live 1969 (Sundazed 1969) —It appears the Kaleidoscope opened up for them.Buy it!


Aorta “Strange” from Aorta (Columbia Records 1968) —from Rockford Illinois, they brushed with fame and nearly made it.Buy it!


CSN&Y “The Lee Shore” from 4 Way Street (Live) (Atlantic 1970) —the mellower side of an amazing bandBuy it!


The Greatest Show on Earth “Sunflower Morning” from Horizons (See For Miles 1970)Buy it!


DB's “Natural Thing” from Captain and Me (Warner Bros. 1973) —Bill Payne (Little Feat) KeyboardsBuy it!


Fairport Convention “Matty Groves (Live At the LA Troubadour) [1986 Mix] (Remastered)” from House Full - Live At the LA Troubadour (Bonus Track Version) [Remastered] (UMC (Universal Music Catalogue) 1970) —It was recorded in 1970 on the Full House tour and yep, with Richard ThompsonBuy it!


Glass Harp “Childrens Fantasy” from Glass Harp (Universal unk 1970) —Glass Harp is a Youngstown, Ohio based power trio consisting of guitarist Phil Keaggy, drummer John Sferra and bassist Daniel Pecchio.Buy it!


The Chuck Bedford Expirience “Galaxies Collide” from The Chuck Bedford Expirience (Artist produced 2012L —Local reclusive guitar hero.Buy it!


Tommy Bolin “Wild Dogs” from Teaser (Nemperor Records 1975) —This album is cherished by fans for the broad range of styles in Bolin's playing. The material spans hard rock, jazz, reggae and Latin music, often blending these styles together within a single song. It is also considered by many to be some of Bolin's grBuy it!


Bachman and Turner “Blue Collar (Live)” from Bachman & Turner - Live At the Roseland Ballroom, NYC (Eagle Records 2010)Buy it!


Hot Tuna “Wining Boy Blues” from Double Dose (Grunt 1977) —Recorded live August 5 - 6, 1977 at Theatre 1839, San FranciscoBuy it!

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