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The Lion's Den (Music)
With The Bruce Man
Mon Mar 26th 2012 5.00am–7.00am
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Time zone: central
The Faces “Ooh La La” (Warner Brothers 1973) R —Nice vocals from Ronnie Lane, the band's bass player.
Vinegar Joe “Never Met A Dog” from Vinegar Joe (Atco Records 1972) R —Vocals courtesy of Robert Palmer from '72.
April Wine “Wings Of Love” from The Whole World's Goin' Crazy (London Records 1976) R
Butts Band “Be With Me” from Butts Band (Blue Thumb Records 1973) R —Original copy, autographed by Robby Krieger the lead guitar of The Doors and Phil Chen on bass.
Nite City “Summer Eyes” from Nite City (20th Century Records 1977) R —This rare album features Ray Manzarek of The Doors on keyboards.
Nite City “Nite City” (20th Century Records 1977) R —Have another cut.
Steve Hackett “Narnia” from Please Don't Touch (Chrysalis 1978) R —This cut features Steve Hackett the guitar player from Genesis, and Steve Walsh from Kansas on vocals.
Uriah Heep “Easy Livin'” from Demons And Wizards (Mercury Records 1972) R —U.K. import virgin blue vinyl audiophile pressing.
Uriah Heep “The Spell” from Demons And Wizards (Mercury Records 1972) R —Have another audiophile cut from Uriah Heep.
Genesis “Watcher Of The Skies” from Foxtrot (Rhino Records 1972) R —Audiophile pressing.
David Bowie “Stay” from Station To Station (RCA Records 1976)
10 Years After “I'd Love To Change The World” from Essential (Chrysalis) R —This is the only CD used during this broadcast.
Kenny Wayne Shepherd “Tina Marie” from 10 Days Out Blues From The Backroads (Reprise 2007) R —Excellent double album blues compilation.
The Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band “Dark Side Of Love” from How I Go (Roadrunner Records 2011) R —More scorching hot licks from Kenny Wayne Shepherd. Good stuff.
Montrose “Rock Candy” from Montrose (Warner Brothers Records 1973) R —Audiophile pressing.
The Amboy Dukes “Baby Please Don't Go” from Journeys And Migrations (Mainstream Records 1973) R —Nice clean copy, double album greatest hits compilation.
The Amboy Dukes “Migration” from Journeys And Migrations (Mainstream Records 1973) R —Have another cut of early "Sweaty Teddy"...enjoy.
Led Zeppelin “Black Dog” from Mothership (Atlantic Records 2007) R —Audiophile pressing.
Deep Purple “Child In Time” from Greatest Purple (EMI Records 1970) R —Virgin vinyl import from Germany.
Frijid Pink “House Of The Rising Sun” from Frijid Pink (Parrot Records 1970) R
UFO “Lights Out(live)” from Strangers In The Night (Chrysalis Records 1979) R —Autographed original copy.
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