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Spinitron - KDHX: The Lion's Den Mon Jul 30th 2012

The Lion's Den (Music)

Mon Jul 30th 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

5:00am

Brian Protheroe “Pinball” (Chrysalis Records 1974) R  —Radio promo copy.

5:03am

Neil Young “After The Gold Rush” (Reprise Records 1970) R  —Audiophile pressing.

5:07am

The Moody Blues “Legend Of A Mind”
from This Is The Moody Blues (Threshold 1974) R

5:15am

Robert Plant “Big Log”
from The Principle Of Moments (Atlantic Records 1983) R

5:20am

The Who “Love Ain't For Keeping”
from Who's Next (MCA 1995) R  —Virgin vinyl Japanese import high fidelity pressing.

5:22am

The Who “My Wife”
from Who's Next (MCA 1995) R  —Have another cut from The Who. This cut features John Entwistle on vocals.

5:26am

Dirty Tricks “Too Much Wine”
from Night Man (Polydor Records 1975) R

5:31am

Les Dudek “Old Judge Jones”
from Say No More (Columbia Records 1977) R  —Radio promo copy.

5:36am

Les Dudek “City Magic”
from Les Dudek (Columbia Records 1976) R

5:47am

Blues Magoos “(We Ain't Got) Nothin' Yet”
from Psychedelic Lollipop (Mercury Records 2003) R  —Nice clean mint copy, just for you.

5:49am

The Electric Prunes “I Had Too Much To Dream”
from The Electric Prunes (Reprise 1967) R

5:52am

The Blend “The Prize”
from Anytime Delight (MCA Records 1979) R  —This cut goes out to Tim in Ofallon Il.

6:01am

Led Zeppelin “Misty Mountain Hop”
from Led Zeppelin 4 (Atlantic Records 1971) R  —Autographed German virgin vinyl import, thanks to John Paul Jones.

6:06am

Led Zeppelin “Four Sticks”
from Led Zeppelin 4 (Atlantic Records 1971) —Have another cut. They call this song "4 Sticks" because the drummer's holding two sticks in each hand.

6:11am

Pat Travers “Off Beat Ride”
from Putting It Straight (Polydor Records 1977) R

6:17am

Deep Purple “Child In Time”
from Greatest Purple (EMI Records 1970) R  —Virgin vinyl German import. Excellent greatest hits double album.

6:27am

Deep Purple “No One Came”
from Fireball (Warner Brothers Records 1971) R  —Autographed original copy. What a bad-ass band this is.

6:34am

The Amboy Dukes “Baby Please Don't Go”
from Journeys And Migrations (Mainstream Records 1973) R  —Little bit of "Sweaty Teddy" anybody?

6:39am

The Amboy Dukes “Migration”
from Journeys And Migrations (Mainstream Records 1973) R  —Have another cut.

6:46am

The Jimi Hendrix Experience “3rd Stone From The Sun”
from The Jimi Hendrix Experience Box Set (MCA Records 2000) —Audiophile pressing.

6:55am

Jane's Addiction “Mountain Song”
from Nothing's Shocking (Warner 1988) R  —Autographed original copy. Thanks to Dave, Eric, and Stephen.


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