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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Nov 19th 2012

Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Nov 19th 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


The Guess Who “Pain Train”
from Live at the Paramount Theatre (RCA) R  —Post Randy B, with two lead guitars, jazzy psych and gritty!


Bloodrock “Jessica”
from Bloodrock 2 (One Way 1970) —Texas hard psych/rock from 1970. The bringers of the famous cut D.O.A. which yeah, used to creep me out when I was a little kid!


Donovan “Barabajagal” (Epic 1969) —Actually features the Jeff Beck group from back in 69'


KL11 “True Fine Love”
from KL11 (artist release 2015) L —A local band that I just discovered. Find them on Facebook for live gig information. They are still out there rockin' and have been around for a while! I really like their sound too!


The Night Owls/Gene Edelin Band “Thunderbird”
from Fat Cats live 1980 (Artist produced) L —Featuring 3 legends Gene Edelin guitar, Muddy Smith bass guitar, and the amazing vocals of Steve Miro. Hopefully Muddy and Steve will reunite on Time Warp Radio and play a song or two for us around Christmas


GFR “Are You Ready (live”
from Concert for Bosnia Live 1997 (CAPITOL) R  —Incredible live sound from the original band including Mark Farner, who is no longer with them.


Jane “Like a Queen”
from Here We Are (Repertoire) —German prog/psych of a early Pink Floydian nature


ELP “Fire”
from Manticore (Atlantic unk) —A rare version of the Crazy World of Author Brown's Fire, in which Carl Palmer was once the drummer of.


Road “I'm Trying”
from Road (Akarma 1972) —with Noel Redding, a post Hendrix project from 72'. Very underrated disc.


Aphroditite's Child “Break”
from 666 (Polygram) —a double album by psychedelic/progressive art rock group Aphrodite's Child. It is one of the early cult albums in rock history, and is still popular among fans today. It was released in 1972, and was the primary vehicle/effort for the Vangelis project.


Scorpions “Action”
from Lonesome Crow (Brain 1972) —Yes, it's the same Scorpions from the 80's, but back when they were NOT a top 40 fluff metal band. This is really great hard psych from 1972


Alan Parsons Project “(The System Of)Dr. Tarr And Professor Fether”
from Tales of Mystery and Imagination (Arista 1976)


May Blitz “Virgin Waters”
from My Blitz (BGO) R  —May Blitz is a British heavy rock power trio that was active in the early 1970s.


Brave Belt “Another Way Out”
from Brave Belt II (MAPL 1972) R  —at this point, they were the same line up as BTO


Brave Belt “Scarecrow”
from Brave Belt (Reprise Records 1972) —Ok, this cut was probably just played in Canada, Brave Belt really never reached their potential. It's still a real good song though. Chad Allen is on vocals


Clapton, Townshend, Winwood, Grech, Rebop “Little Wing”
from Rainbow Concert (Polygram) R  —A live concert put together by Pete Townshend to get Clapton out there playing again after recovering from his Herion addiction.


Glass Harp “Changes”
from Glass Harp (Mill Music 1970) R  —A power trio from Ohio, with a Pre-born Again Phil Keaggy on vocals and guitar


Cat Stevens “Angelsea”
from Catch Bull at Four (A&M 1972) —a great upbeat acoustic song that has seldom been heard


Sky “Let It Lie Low”
from Don't Hold Back (RCA 1971) R  —With Doug Feiger who many years later would form "the Knack". I'm not sure why this never came out on CD?


CSN&Y “the Lee Shore”
from Box Set (Atlantic unk) R  —this is the unreleased version. A wonderful cut from the band.


Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac “Oh, Well”
from Then Play On (Reprise) R  —This is the real version of the song, done by the original band! No Buckingham or Nicks here! Not even Christine Mcvie. They were a 3 guitar blues band at this point. This was the final LP that Peter Green would be a big part of.


Leaf Hound “Growers of Mushroom” (Repertoire 2010)


Afrocelt Sound System w/Robert Plant “Life Begins Again”
from Afrocelt Sound System (Real World) —An Unusual pairing of alternative music with a blues rock legend


Stu Nunnary “Isle of Debris”
from Stu Nunnary (Crest Records 1973)

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