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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon Apr 9th 2012

Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon Apr 9th 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

11:05pm

Camel “Lady Fantasy (Live Hammersmith)”
from Moonmadness (Deluxe Edition) (London 1976) R  —previously unreleased live material from the Hammersmith.

11:21pm

Spirit “Love From Here”
from The Last Euro Tour 1991 (Floating World) —Previously unreleased live material from Randy California's family.

11:30pm

Spirit “Uncle Jack”
from The Last Euro Tour 1991 (Floating World) —Hendrix gave Randy Wolf the nickname, Randy California several years before Spirit became a band.

11:33pm

Jeff Beck “Blue Wind”
from Wired (Epic Records 1976) —Considered some of the best jazz fusion from the 70's.

11:38pm

Rolling Stones with Dave Mathews “Wild Horses”
from St. Louis TWA Dome 1997 (self produce) —I wasn't living in St. Louis at the time, but I'm sure this was a great show. I think it may have been a pay per view? Taj Mahal also was a guest.

11:43pm

Fuse “Across the Skies”
from Fuse (Sony 1968) —Before "Cheap Trick" was Fuse featuring future Cheap Trick guitarist and bassist, Nilson and Peterson.

11:47pm

String Driven Thing “Circus”
from In The Studio 72' (Oz it 1972) —One of the finest bands signed to the Charisma label during its early-'70s heyday, Scotland's String Driven Thing originally formed as a trio in 1969, led by the husband-and-wife team of Chris and Pauline Adams, plus percussionist John Mannion.

11:52pm

SMB “Journey from Eden”
from Recall the Beginning...A Journey from Eden (CAPITOL) —From the LP that never has been issued to CD.

11:58pm

Wishbone Ash “The Pilgrim”
from Live Dates (BGO 1973)

12:07am

Wishbone Ash “Blowin Free”
from Live Dates (BGO 1973) —vintage music from the original band with both Ted" Turner and Andy Powell on guitars. Great British blues/prog/fusion

12:12am

Climax Chicago Blues Band “Rich Man” (Chrysalis 1972)

12:17am

The dB's “Neils Fandago”
from Live in St. Louis 1975 (Self Produced)

12:20am

Argent “Liar”
from Live at High Voltage Festival 2010 (London 2010)

12:23am

Chicago Transit Authority “25 Or 6 To 4 (Live)”
from Fillmore East 1970 (Sony)

12:30am

Manassas “Johnny's Garden”
from Live in Amsterdam (Self Produced)

12:33am

Ambrosia “Mama Frog”
from Ambrosia (20th Century Records 1975)

12:39am

Fleetwood Mac/Bob Welch era “Hypnotized”
from Live KBFH (KBFH)


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