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Spinitron - KDHX: The Lion's Den Mon Feb 11th 2013

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

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The Lion's Den (Music)

Mon Feb 11th 2013 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


Badfinger “Perfection”
from Straight Up (Apple Records 1971) R  —Good morning.


Heartsfield “Shine On”
from The Wonder Of It All (Mercury Records 1974) R  —Autographed original copy.


Alice In Chains “No Excuses”
from Jar Full Of Flies (Columbia Records 1992) R  —Nice clean vinyl copy just for you.


Quicksilver Messenger Service “Fresh Air”
from Anthology (Capitol Records 1973) R  —This cut goes out to my friend Lance.


Steppenwolf “Monster” (DunhillABC Records) R  —Autographed original copy.


Aorta “Strange”
from Aorta (Columbia Records 1968) R  —This cut's a rare one. You must be listening to The Lions Den on KDHX.


Crabby Appleton “Go Back”
from Crabby Appleton (Elektra Records 1970) —Great request from one of my hip hip listeners.


Glencoe “Airport”
from Glencoe (Epic Records 1972) R  —Virgin vinyl import from England. When's the last time that you heard this one?


The Byrds “Eight Miles High”
from The Byrds Greatest Hits (Columbia Records 1999) R  —Autographed original copy.


Nektar “That's Life”
from Live In New York (Bellaphon Records 1977) R  —Virgin vinyl import from Germany.


Nektar “Show Me The Way”
from Live In New York (Bellaphon Records 1977) R  —Have another virgin vinyl cut from Nektar.


Alice Cooper “Second Coming”
from Love It To Death (Warner Brothers Records 1971) R  —Autographed original copy.


Alice Cooper “Ballad Of Dwight Fry”
from Love It To Death (Warner Brothers Records 1971) R  —Have another cut.


Deep Purple “Not Responsible”
from Perfect Strangers (Warner Brothers Records 1984) R  —Limited edition virgin vinyl import from England. Knebworth edition picture disc.


Rush “La Villa Strangiato”
from Hemispheres (Mercury Records 1978) R  —What a kick ass 3 man band...Wow!


Rush “Finding My Way”
from Rush (Mercury Records 1974) R  —This is the first album from Rush which features John Rutsey on drums. Of course Neil Peart took over from there.


Uriah Heep “The Magician's Birthday” (Mercury Records 1972) R  —Check out the hot guitar licks from Mick Box on lead guitar. Ouch!


Uriah Heep “That's The Way That It Is”
from Abominog (Mercury Records 1982) R  —Radio promo copy. This goes out to Major Tom in Red Bud Il. Get down!


Jimi Hendrix “Little Wing”
from Jimi Plays Berkeley (Barclay Records 1970) R  —Virgin vinyl import from France.


Jimi Hendrix “Voodoo Chile”
from Jimi Plays Berkeley (Barclay Records 1970) R  —Have another virgin vinyl cut.

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