Sneaky Dragon Listening Party – Ep. 53 Part 1

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Hello, partygoers!

Welcome to Part 1 of the Listening Party’s Halloween Spooooooktacular!!!! Full of bone-chilling Halloween songs!!! And face-meltingly terrifying listener’s letters!!! Scary!!!!

To counter Sneaky Dragon co-host Ian Boothby’s claim that there is only one Halloween song and that song is Bobby “Boris” Pickett’s “Monster Mash” we decided to put together a selection of Halloween-themed or Halloween-adjacent tunes for your next Halloween party or demonic possession! (Fun!) Also, listener’s comments. (Also fun, but less scary.)

This episode we are spinning:

  1. Wade Denning and Kay Lande – “Halloween” – Golden Records Halloween: Games, Songs and Stories, 1969 – 4:58
  2. Ralph Nielsen and the Chancellors – “Scream” – Surf Records 45 b/w “Little Demon”, 1962 – 13:38
  3. The Swingin’ Phillies – “Frankenstein’s Party” – Deluxe Records 45 b/w “L-O-V-E”, 1957 – 20:24
  4. Boots Walker – “They’re Here” – Rust Records 45 b/w “A Bum Can’t Cry”, 1967 – 30:00
  5. Rasputina – “Gingerbread Coffin” – Cabin Fever, 2002 – 1:30:36
  6. Vampire State Building – “Barnabas” – Roulette Records 45” b/w “I’m Bats About You”, 1969 – 1:39:47
  7. Jack Kittel – “Psycho” – Psycho, 1974 – 1:51:21
  8. The Kinks – “Wicked Annabella” – The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society, 1968 – 1:59:55
  9. Ronnie Cook and the Gaylads – “Goo Goo Muck” – Audan Records 45” b/w “The Scotch”, 1962 – 2:11:00
  10. The Buoys – “Timothy” – Scepter Records 45” b/w “It Feels Good” , 1970 – 2:29:50

Also playing on the old Victrola:

  • The Rolling Stones – “Shattered” – Some Girls, 1978 – 37:12
  • Dire Straits – “Money for Nothing” – Brothers In Arms, 1985 – 41:06
  • George Harrison – “Dream Away” – Gone Troppo, 1982 – 49:52
  • Aimee Mann – “Momentum” – Magnolia, 1999 – 56:40
  • Pink Floyd – “Learning to Fly” – A Momentary Lapse of Reason, 1987 – 1:00:23
  • Gerry Rafferty – “Baker Street” – City to City, 1978 – 1:05:36
  • Smash Mouth – “All Star”– Astro Lounge, 2001 – 1:12:37

Thanks for listening.

We’re not sure if it’s a coincidence or some sort of meddling deviltry, but The Buoys’ “Timothy” was discussed on the latest episode of One Hit Wonderland:

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