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Time Warp Radio (Music)

Time Warp Radio features the roots of underground music from the USA, UK, Ireland, Germany, Sweden and more, all reflecting the various sub-genres of rock and their elements of jazz, country, blues, folk and even classical.

Tue May 23rd 2017 9.00pm–11.00pm

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

Time zone: central


The Lemon Pipers “Through With You”
from Green Tambourine (Buddah Records 1967) —psych rock band from Oxford Ohio, one of their originals, obviously not a top 40 hit for them!


Lighthouse “Eight Miles High”
from Lighthouse (RCA unk 1969) —same band that did One Fine Morning! Canadian jazzy rock


Jerome Coleman “A New Light Ahead”
from Ice, The Rebirth (J Coleman Music Studio 2017) N  —new prog


Moody Blues “Tuesday Afternoon (Alternate Mix)”
from Days of Future Passed (Threshold 2008) —This was an alternate mix released in 2008 that wasn't on the original album.


Traffic “Tragic Magic”
from Shoot Out at the Fantasy Factory (Island 1973) —written by Chris Wood who did sax and flute for the band


Yes “Beyond & Before”
from YES (Elektra 1969) —The original pre-famous Yes band when Bill Bruford was drummer, Tony Kaye Guitar, and Peter Banks on keyboards.


Brian May “Heartsong”
from Collaborations 1 and 2 (Big Web Entertainment 2017) N  —reissue of a song from a while back with Rick Wakeman, Steve Howe, Midge Ure, and Gorden Giltrap,


Ellis “El Doomo”
from Riding on the Crest of a Slump (Acadia 1972) —A short lived band put together by the vocalist of the 60's R&B band "Love Affair"


The Michael Stanley Band “Rosewood Bitters”
from Stage Pass (Epic 1977) —from Cleveland Ohio Micheal Gee


Chris Cornell “A Day In The Life”
from Live In Santago Chile (Self Produced 2017) N  —Another great voice gone.

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