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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Fri Mar 16th 2012

Time Warp Radio (Music)

With Carlos

Subbing for Mark Hyken


Fri Mar 16th 2012 5.00am–7.00am

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central


Nektar “Images of the Past”
from Remember The Future (Passport Records 1973) —Four young Englishmen meet in Hamburg Germany & put this band together in the early 70's releasing many albums, this being one of two for that year....


Nektar “Wheel Of Time”
from Remember The Future (Passport Records 1973) —... they garnered more success outside their home towns. Concept albums were the style at the time and this release was their breakthrough album in the US, reaching gold status, with out even landing in North America.....


Nektar “Remember the Future”
from Remember The Future (Passport Records 1973) —... a heavy tour schedule through out the 70's and extravagant stage performances proved to be too much for some of the members, however, they continue to tour, releasing new material the past few years.


Head East “Never Been Any Reason”
from Flat As A Pancake (A&M)


Todd Rundgren “The Death Of Rock And Roll”
from Initiation (Bearsville/Warner Bros 1975)


Triumvirat “Triangle”
from Illusions On A Double Dimple (Harvest www.harvestrecords.com 1974) —This progressive rock band formed in Cologne Germany in 1969, influenced by The Nice, later two of those members go on to form E.L.P. Jurgen Fritz proved to be just as good a wiz on keyboards....


Triumvirat “Illusions”
from Illusions On A Double Dimple (Harvest www.harvestrecords.com 1974) —... almost as great as Keith Emerson. Hans Bathelt on drums & vocals, Wener Frangenberg took care of bass. This their second release would bring them to the attention of the U.S. audience...


Triumvirat “Dimplicity”
from Illusions On A Double Dimple (Harvest www.harvestrecords.com 1974) —.... the album would top the new rock station charts as they started touring with Fleetwood Mac.


Peter Frampton “(I'll Give You) Money”
from Frampton Comes Alive! (A&M)


Firefall “Mexico (LP Version)”
from The Essentials: Firefall (Rhino Atlantic 1976) —Members of The Flying Burrito Brothers and Spirit put this band together, California soft rock with country roots. This track was on their self titled debut '76.


JF Murphy and Salt “The Last Illusion” (Columbia/CBS 1973) R


Jon and Vangelis “The Friends Of Mr. Cairo”
from The Friends of Mr Cairo (Polydor 1981)


Heartsfield “Racin' the Sun”
from Wonder of it All (Bedrock Records 1974)


Santana “Song of The WInd”
from Caravanserai Vinyl Album (Columbia 1972) R


Rare Bird “Peace Of Mind”
from Born Again (Polydor Records 1974) R  —From their 5th l.p., formed in England in 1969, a band with a new concept at the time, no guitars. Keyboards, bass, saxophone & drums.

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