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Spinitron - KDHX: The Lion's Den Mon Feb 28th 2011

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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The Lion's Den (Music)

Mon Feb 28th 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

Steve Baron “Magic Magician”
from A Wanderer Like You (Paramount Records 1974) R

5:09am

Blood, Sweat, & Tears “I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know”
from Blood, Sweat, & Tears Greatest Hits (Columbia) R  —Smooth vocals and keyboards from Al Kooper. Great cut.

5:15am

Utopia “Caravan”
from Adventures In Utopia (Bearsville Records www.rhino.com 1980) R  —Autographed original copy.

5:22am

Automatic Man “My Pearl”
from Automatic Man (Mango Records 1976) R  —This cut features Pat Thrall on guitar...he's a bad-ass. I met him playing guitar for Jack Bruce. It also features Michael Shrieve from Santana on drums.

5:26am

707 “I Could Be Good For You”
from 707 (Casablanca Records 1980) R  —Radio promo copy.

5:32am

Moxy “Sail On, Sail Away”
from Moxy (Mercury Records 1976) R

5:36am

Aldo Nova “Fantasy”
from Aldo Nova (Portait Records 1981) R

5:41am

Novo Combo “Too Long Gone”
from The Animation Generation (Polydor Records 1982) R  —This cut features Michael Shrieve on drums from Santana. Listen for all of the off-beats within this cut. Great drumming.

5:46am

Trooper “Knock 'em Dead Kid” (MCA Records 1977) R

5:51am

Dust “From A Dry Camel”
from Dust (Kama Sutra Records 1971) R  —Original alligator skin cover.

6:02am

The Cult “Coming Down(Drug Tongue)”
from Pure Cult (Beggars Banquet) R  —Brand new vinyl re-issue. 1st time play.

6:06am

The Cult “Star”
from Pure Cult (Beggars Banquet) R  —Brand new vinyl re-issue. 1st time play.

6:10am

Black Sabbath “Zero The Hero”
from Born Again (Warner Brothers Records 1983) R  —Autographed original copy.

6:18am

Cream “SWLABR”
from Disraeli Gears (Polydor 1967) R  —Audiophile pressing. Jack Bruce told me that the letters of this song spell, "She walked liked a bearded rainbow."

6:20am

Frank Marino “Strange Dreams”
from Juggernaut (Columbia Records www.columbiarecords.com 1982) R  —Autographed original copy.

6:25am

Mahogany Rush “Strange Universe” (20th Century Records 1975) R  —Radio promo copy.

6:32am

Deep Purple “Black Night”
from Powerhouse (EMI Records 1972) R  —Virgin vinyl import from England.

6:37am

Iron Maiden “Transylvania”
from BBC Archive 1 (legacy records 2002) R  —1st time play picture disc audiophile pressing. BBC Radio 1 Friday Rock Show November 14th 1979.

6:41am

Iron Maiden “Sanctuary”
from BBC Archive 1 (legacy records 2002) R  —Have another audiophile cut.

6:46am

Led Zeppelin “Babe I'm Going To Leave You”
from Mothership (Atlantic Records 2007) R  —Audiophile pressing.

6:52am

Led Zeppelin “How Many More Times”
from Led Zeppelin CD Album (Atlantic Records 1969) R  —Autographed original copy. Signed by Jimmy Page after night #2 of the A.R.M.S. Benefit concert in Dallas, signed by John Paul Jones when he opened up for King Crimson a few years ago here in town.


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