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Spinitron - KDHX: The Lion's Den Mon Aug 1st 2011

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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The Lion's Den (Music)

Mon Aug 1st 2011 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

5:01am

Stackridge “Slark”
from Stackridge (MCA Records 1971) R  —Virgin vinyl import from Great Britain. This one's pretty rare.

5:16am

Dave Mason “Shouldn't Have Took More Than You Gave”
from Very Best Of Dave Mason (ABC Blue Thumb) R

5:22am

The Allman Brothers “In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed/ Low Down-Dirty Mean”
from Westwood One (Westwood One Off The Record) R  —Radio promo copy. Music and conversation with Greg Allman.

5:26am

The Allman Brothers “One Way Out”
from Westwood One (Westwood One Off The Record) R  —Radio promo copy. More music and conversation with Greg Allman.

5:32am

Steppenwolf “Renegade”
from Steppenwolf (ABC-Dunhill 1968) R  —Autographed original copy.

5:38am

Manfred Mann “The Mighty Quinn” (Mercury Records) R

5:40am

Hughes/Thrall “Hold Out Your Life”
from Hughes/Thrall (Boulevard Records) R  —Autographed original copy.

5:51am

U2 “Two Hearts Beat As One”
from War (Universal Records 1983) R  —Audiophile pressing.

5:55am

U2 “Bullet The Blue Sky”
from The Joshua Tree (Island 1987) R  —Audiophile pressing.

6:03am

Aerosmith “Combination”
from Rocks Vinyl Album (Columbia Records 1976) R

6:06am

Deep Purple “Black Night”
from Powerhouse (EMI Records 1977) R  —Virgin vinyl import from Great Britain.

6:11am

Deep Purple “Cry Free”
from Powerhouse (EMI Records 1977) R  —Have another cut.

6:17am

Metallica “One”
from ...And Justice For All (Warner Brothers Records 1988) R  —Audiophile pressing.

6:24am

Mahogany Rush “Back On Home”
from Maxoom Vinyl Album (20th Century Records 1973) R  —Autographed original copy.

6:27am

Iron Maiden “I've Got The Fire”
from 12" 45rpm. (EMI) R  —Virgin vinyl import from Holland. Live Iron Maiden doing a Montrose cover, from London's Marquee Club on April 3, 1980.

6:31am

Cream “Tales Of Brave Ulysses”
from Disraeli Gears (ATCO 1967) R  —Audiophile pressing.

6:33am

Cream “SWLABR”
from Disraeli Gears (ATCO 1967) R  —Have another cut. The letters of this song stand for- She walked like a bearded rainbow.

6:36am

Santana “Mother's Daughter”
from Abraxas (Columbia 1970) R  —Audiophile pressing.

6:41am

Journey “Kohoutek”
from Journey (Columbia 1975) R  —This cut goes out to Ansley in Ofallon Il.

6:48am

Earthquake “Things”
from Earthquake (A&M) R


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

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