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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


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


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


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.


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


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.


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


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.


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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

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