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

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

Independent Music Plays Here

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

5:00am

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

5:05am

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

5:11am

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

5:16am

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

5:22am

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

5:32am

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

5:36am

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

5:39am

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

5:44am

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

5:49am

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

5:56am

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

6:03am

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

6:06am

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

6:12am

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

6:18am

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

6:27am

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.

6:33am

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

6:43am

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!

6:47am

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

6:50am

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


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