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The Lion's Den (Music)
With The Bruce Man
Mon Jun 11th 2012 5.00am–7.00am
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Time zone: central
Shoot “Sepia Sister” from On The Frontier (EMI Records 1973) R
Michael Franks “Born With The Moon In Virgo” from Michael Franks (Brut Records 1973) R —Radio promo copy.
Mountain “Theme For An Imaginary Western” from Climbing! (Windfall Records 1970) R
Kingfish “Hypnotize” from Kingfish (Round Records 1976) R —This cut features Bob Weir on guitar and vocals from The Grateful Dead.
Trooper “Two For The Show” (Legend Records 1976) R
Thunderclap Newman “Something In The Air” from Hollywood Dream (MCA Records 1973) R
Uriah Heep “Lady In Black” from Salisbury (Sanctuary 1972) R —Autographed import from West Germany.
Chilliwack “Baby Blue” from Dreams, Dreams, Dreams (Mushroom Records 1976) R
Widowmaker “Leave The Kids Alone” from Widowmaker (Jet Records 1976) R —Virgin vinyl import from England.
Nektar “Little Boy” from Down To Earth (Passport Records 1974) R —Autographed original copy.
Aldo Nova “Fantasy” from Aldo Nova (Portrait Records 1982) R
Moxy “Sail On Sail Away” from Moxy (Mercury Records 1976) R
Kingdom Come “Get It On” from Kingdom Come Vinyl Album (Polydor Records 1988) R
Sammy Hagar “Heavy Metal” from Heavy Metal Soundtrack (Asylum Records 1981) R
Bad Company “Can't Get Enough” from Bad Co (Swan Song Records 1974) R —Audiophile pressing.
Bad Company “Rock Steady” from Bad Co (Swan Song Records 1974) R —Have another audiophile cut.
Dixie Dregs “Take It Off The Top” from What If (Polydor Records 1978) R —Excellent guitar work courtesy of Steve Morse.
The Who “The Real Me” from Quadrophenia (MCA 1973) R —E.U. import audiophile pressing.
The Who “5:15” from Quadrophenia (MCA 1973) R —Have another audiophile cut.
Jimi Hendrix “Red House” from Box Set (Reprise Records) R —Audiophile pressing. Recorded at the San Diego Sports Arena May 25th 1969.
Deep Purple “Space Truckin'” from Machine Head (Warner Bros. 1972) R —Autographed original copy, thanks to Ian Paice, Ian Gillan, and Ritchie Blackmore.
Deep Purple “Highway Star” from Made In Japan (Warner Brothers Records 1973) —Radio promo copy.
Like everything else, times are approximate.
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