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Heaven and Hell

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Hell yes!

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Les Demons “Twisters”  RCA (France)

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Teen spirits

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Tri Los Duendes  Musart Records (Peru)

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Rockin’ bones

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Saint-Saens “Danse Macabre” and Mussorgsky “A Night On Bald Mountain”  Franz Andre Conducting the INR symphony, Brussels   Capitol Records

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Symphony for the devil

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Berlioz “Romeo and Juliet Overture” and Tschaikowsky “Marche Slave”  National Opera Orchestra  Recorded in Europe  Varsity Records

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Disco inferno

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The Devil’s Pad  A Modern Dance designed for intermediate students by Jacquelyn Ebeier.  CAM Records (1958)  A cool gatefold cover with a 12-page step-by-step dance routine.

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Accidents will happen

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“Let This Be a Lesson to You (Drunk Driver)”   Tommy Ellison  Atlanta International Records (1990)  The harrowing story of deadly car crash with a twisted ending.

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Blues march

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“Music to Chase the Blues Away”  Michel Attenoux and his New Orleans Orchestra  (1956)  Felsted Records (UK)

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A tall order

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Papo Chiribibi  “Pideme Dios Mio”  Top’s Art Records (Puerto Rico)

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Bass humor

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New Chamber Jazz  Epic Records  (1955)  Various artists, including The Harry Lookofsky Strings, The Lou Stein Quartet , The Harris-Leigh Quartet and The Sven von Berg Quintet.

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Heaven’s goat

“Lucifer in Coelis” and Other Top Twists   Suppaphon Records  (Czechoslovakia)   (1963)

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