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Spinitron - KDHX: Time Warp Radio Mon May 7th 2012

Time Warp Radio (Music)

Mon May 7th 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


Stomu Yamashta, Steve Winwood, Al Dimeola “Space Song, Windspin, and Ghost Machine” from go live from paris (Raven)Buy it!


Blodwyn Pig “See My Way” from Getting to This (BGO 1970) —Blodwyn Pig was founded by former Jethro Tull guitarist Mick Abrahams, who left Tull after the This Was album.Buy it!


Carole King “Another Pleasant Valley Sunday” from The Legendary Demo's (Hear Music)Buy it!


The Damnation “Last Train to Clarksville” from The Damnation of Adam Blessing (United Artists 1969)Buy it!


Janis Joplin and the Kozmic Blues Band “Raise Your Head/Bo Diddley” from Move Over (Legacy) —Recorded live at the Fillmore West in 1969Buy it!


Frijid Pink “House of the Rising Sun” from Frijid Pink (Parrot Records 1970) —This was the Detroit hard rockin' bands 3rd single, and it was the only one to chart. The rest of the disc is fun to listen to though.Buy it!


Gun “Yellow Cab Man” from Gun (BGO 1969R  —Featuring Paul Gurvitz on bass and Adrian Gurvitz on guitars.Buy it!


Gary Moore Skid Row “New Places, Old Faces” from Live and On Song (BBC) —This is the first known recording of Phil Lynott as a guest vocalist with Skid Row back in 1969.Buy it!


Thin Lizzy “Cowboy Song” from Live and Dangerous (Friday Music Records 1976)Buy it!


CTA “Oh, Thank You Great Spirit” from 8 (Columbia) —The deepest cut off this disc as Terry Kath pays tribute to his friend Jimi HendrixBuy it!


Kak “Lemonade Kid” from Kak-Ola (Big Beat rhino.com 1968) —This was a pretty unknown band with Gary Yoder who left to join Blue Cheer.Buy it!


Focus “Hocus Pocus (live)” from BBC Live (self-released) —Jan Akkerman on guitarsBuy it!


Mountain “Taunta/Nantucket Sleighride” from The Best Of (Columbia)Buy it!


Gypsy “Around You” from In The Garden VINYL ALBUM (Metromedia Records 1971) —Progressive rock outfit Gypsy began its existence as the Minneapolis-based pop band the UnderbeatsBuy it!


BTO “Blue Collar” from Best Of (Mercury)Buy it!


Steve Howe “Roundabout” from Not Necessarily Acoustic (Thunderbird Record 1994)Buy it!


Robin Trower “Bridge of Sighs” (Chrysalis Records 1974) —Live from the BBCBuy it!


The Bob Seger System “2+2=?” from The Bob Seger System (CAPITOL 1969)Buy it!


Jeff Beck “Becks Bolero” from Truth (EMI 2005)Buy it!


Deep Purple “Listen, Learn, Read On” from The Book of Talisyn (spitfire 1968)Buy it!


The Bob Seger System “2+2=?” from The Bob Seger System (CAPITOL 1969)Buy it!

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