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Spinitron - KDHX: The Lion's Den Mon Jul 4th 2011

The Lion's Den (Music)

Mon Jul 4th 2011 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

The Boomtown Rats “I Don't Like Mondays”
from The Fine Art Of Resurfacing (Columbia) R  —Happy July 4th!

5:04am

The Bliss Band “Doctor”
from Neon Smiles (Columbia Records 1979) R  —Radio promo copy.

5:09am

Echo & The Bunnymen “Lips Like Sugar”
from Echo & the Bunnymen (sire 1987) R

5:15am

David Gilmour “Wish You Were Here”
from Live In Gdansk, August 26 2006 (Sony Records 2008) R  —Audiophile pressing.

5:20am

The Move “Feel Too Good”
from The Move (Music For Pleasure 1970) R  —Virgin vinyl import from England.

5:29am

Crosby, Stills, & Nash “Dark Star”
from The Crosby, Stills, & Nash Profile (The Source) R  —NBC Radio promo copy.

5:36am

Crosby, Stills, & Nash “Just A Song Before I Go”
from The Crosby, Stills, & Nash Profile (The Source) R  —NBC Radio promo copy.

5:39am

Mason Proffit “Two Hangmen”
from Mason Proffit (Happy Tiger Records 1969) R

5:44am

Lake “Between The Lines”
from Lake (Columbia Records 1976) R

5:55am

Kingfish “Hypnotize”
from Kingfish (Round Records 1976) R  —This cut features Bob Weir from The Grateful Dead on guitar and vocals.

6:01am

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

6:11am

Nazereth “Born To Love”
from Play 'N' The Game (A&M Records 1976) R  —Radio promo copy.

6:16am

Slash “Watch This”
from R & F N' R (Dik Hayd Records 2010) R  —1st time play. Interesting new vinyl release with a great guest list. This cut features Dave Grohl and Duff McKagan.

6:20am

Rainbow “Kill The King”
from Live In Munich 1977 (Eagle Records) —1st time play audiophile pressing. U.K. import.

6:23am

Uriah Heep “Too Scared To Run”
from Abominog (Mercury Records 1982) R  —Radio promo copy.

6:28am

Uriah Heep “Bird Of Prey”
from Salisbury (Castle Classics Records 1971) R  —Autographed virgin vinyl import from West Germany with "Tank" cover.

6:33am

Deep Purple “Knocking At Your Back Door”
from Perfect Strangers (Warner Brothers Records 1984) R  —Autographed original copy.

6:40am

Deep Purple “No One Came”
from Fireball (Warner Brothers Records 1971) R  —Autographed original copy.

6:47am

West, Bruce, & Laing “Why Dontcha” (Columbia Records 1972) R  —Autographed original copy...all 3 signatures.

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.