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The Lion's Den (Music)
With The Bruce Man
Mon Nov 12th 2012 5.00am–7.00am
N=music new at the station.
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Time zone: central
King Crimson “Heartbeat” from Beat (EG 1982) R —Autographed original copy.
Santana “Singing Winds, Crying Beasts” from Abraxas (Columbia 1970) R —Audiophile pressing.
Santana “Lightning In The Sky” from Marathon (Columbia Records 1979) R —Autographed original copy.
The Kinks “Tired Of Waiting For You” from The Kinks Greatest Hits! (Reprise 1965) R
The Kinks “Set Me Free” from The Kinks Greatest Hits! (Reprise 1965) R —Have another cut.
The Beatles “You Won't See Me” from Rubber Soul (EMI Records 1965) R —Original state-side release.
Gary Wright “Fascinating Things” from Footprint (A&M Records 1972) R —This cut features some excellent drumming from Alan White from the band Yes.
Traffic “Dear Mr. Fantasy” from Best Of Traffic (United Artists Records 1969) R —Great request from one of my hip hip listeners.
Slade “How Does It Feel?” from Slade In Flame (Warner Brothers Records 1975) R
Budgie “Sky High Percentage” from If I Were Brittania I'd Waive The Rules (A&M Records 1976) R
U2 “Red Hill Mining Town” from The Joshua Tree (Universal unk 1987) R —Audiophile pressing.
U2 “Where The Streets Have No Name” from The Joshua Tree (Universal unk 1987) R —Have another cut.
The Jeff Beck Group “Plynth(Water Down The Drain)” from Beck-Ola (Sundazed Records 1969) R —Audiophile pressing.
Uriah Heep “July Morning” from Look At Yourself (Mercury Records 1971) R —Autographed original copy.
Uriah Heep “Bird Of Prey” from Salisbury (Castle Classics Records 1971) R —Autographed virgin vinyl import from West Germany.
Black Sabbath “Killing Yourself To Live” from Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (Earmark Records 1973) R —Picture disc audiophile pressing.
Black Sabbath “Sabbath Bloody Sabbath” (Earmark Records 1973) R —Virgin vinyl import from Holland.
Deep Purple “Super Trooper” from Who Do We Think We Are! Single (Warner Brothers Records 1973) R —Autographed original copy.
Deep Purple “Smooth Dancer” from Who Do We Think We Are! Single (Warner Brothers Records 1973) R —Have another autographed cut.
Led Zeppelin “Communication Breakdown” from BBC Sessions (Atlantic 1997) R —Audiophile pressing from box set.
Led Zeppelin “I Can't Quit You Baby” from BBC Sessions (Atlantic 1997) R —Have another audiophile cut from Led Zeppelin.
Iron Maiden “The Number Of The Beast” from Somewhere Back In Time - The Best of 1980-1989 (Univexrsal Records 2008) R —Picture disc audiophile pressing.
Iron Maiden “Run To The Hills” from Somewhere Back In Time - The Best of 1980-1989 (Univexrsal Records 2008) R —Have another audiophile cut from Maiden.
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