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Spinitron - KDHX: The Lion's Den Mon Aug 20th 2012

The Lion's Den (Music)

Mon Aug 20th 2012 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

Lynyrd Skynyrd “Tuesday's Gone”
from Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd (MCA Records 1977) R

5:08am

Lynyrd Skynyrd “I Know A Little”
from Street Survivors (MCA Records 1977) R  —This cut's from the infamous "Flame Cover." Complete with tour date sheet & order form for your Lynyrd Skynyrd survival kit.

5:12am

Finnigan And Wood “Highway”
from Crazed Hipsters (Blue Thumb Records 1972) R  —Virgin vinyl import from France.

5:17am

Country Joe McDonald “Hold On, It's Coming”
from Hold On It's Coming (Vanguard Records vanguardrecords.com 1971) R

5:20am

Dave Mason “Shouldn't Have Took More Than You Gave”
from The Very Best Of Dave Mason (ABC Blue Thumb Records 1978) R

5:26am

Tucky Buzzard “Gold Medallions”
from Allright on the Night (Passport Records 1973) R

5:31am

Ten Years After “Positive Vibrations”
from Classic Performances (Columbia Records) R  —Autographed original copy.

5:35am

T. Rex “Get It On”
from Electric Warrior (Reprise 1971) R  —Audiophile pressing.

5:40am

John Baldry “Don't Try To Lay No Boogie Woogie On The King Of Rock And Roll”
from It Ain't Easy (Warner Brothers 1971) R  —This cut features Mickie Waller on drums, and Ronnie Wood on guitar, and side one is produced by one of his background vocalists Rod Stewart. Side two was produced by his old piano player, Reginald Dwight who became famous as Elton John.

5:47am

Genesis “Los Endos”
from A Trick Of The Tail (Virgin Rcds. 1975) R

5:53am

Yes “Changes”
from 90125 (Atco Records 1983) R  —Autographed original copy, thanks to Tony Kaye.

6:02am

Lord Sutch And Heavy Friends “Wailing Sounds”
from Lord Sutch And Heavy Friends (Sundazed Records 1970) —This cut features Jimmy Page and John Bonham from LZ in 1970.

6:05am

Lord Sutch And Heavy Friends “Flashing Lights”
from Lord Sutch And Heavy Friends (Sundazed Records 1970) R  —Have another cut from this extremely rare album.

6:08am

Ted Nugent “Just What The Doctor Ordered”
from Ted Nugent (Epic Records www.epicrecords.com 1975) R

6:11am

Ted Nugent “Wang Dang Sweet Poontang”
from Cat Scratch Fever (Friday Music Records 1977) R  —Audiophile pressing.

6:17am

Alphonse Mouzon “Mind Transplant”
from Mind Transplanet (Blue Note 1975) R  —This cut features Tommy Bolin on guitar, with the powerful Alphonse Mouzon on drums

6:21am

Billy Cobham “Quadrant 4”
from Spectrum (Atlantic Records 1973) R  —Have another cut with Tommy Bolin on guitar. What a bad-ass Billy Cobham is on drums.

6:25am

Focus “Hocus Pocus”
from Moving Waves (Sire Records) R

6:33am

Brownsville Station “Lady(She Put The Light On)”
from Brownsville Station (Private Stock Records 1977) R

6:36am

Uriah Heep “The Magician's Birthday” (Mercury Records 1972) R

6:47am

Black Sabbath “Behind The Wall Of Sleep”
from Attention Volume 1 (WWA) R  —Autographed virgin vinyl import from Holland.

6:50am

Black Sabbath “Symptom Of The Universe”
from Sabotage (Earmark Records 1975) R  —Picture disc audiophile pressing.


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