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Voodoo and Magic

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Dese bones gonna rise again

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Little Gerhard  “Rockin’ Ghosts”  Karusell Records (Sweden) (1956)

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Atomic cocktail

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“Witch Doctor”  Jacques Helian et son Orchestre Match Records  (France)  A crazy Rock n’ Roll record from 1958!  (See the comments for a listen).

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I’m looking through you

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“You Are Being Invaded By Demons”  A sermon by Bro Maze Jackson  “preached live at Jesus rally”!

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Skary monsters

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From Sweden,  Skräck, Spöken, Rysare   (Horror, Ghosts, Thrillers)  Stig Järrel   Marilla Records (1973)   Stig Järrel was a respected Swedish actor on stage and in the movies. He did both comedic and dramatic roles.  (Thanks LP cover lover Martin!)

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Season of the witches

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“”Las 7 Brujitas and “La Bruja 7 Pelos”Two fantastic Halloween covers on Harmony, a budget label from Columbia Records.  Not sure of the country that released these, but Spanish speaking.

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Hat trick

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Dante Santoro  “Flauta Magica”  Sinter Records (Argentina)

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Heaven’s goat

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

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A bird in the hand

Ultra Funk  “Meat Heat”  Contempo Records (1977) (UK)  LISTEN HERE

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Warning: This song’ll stick in your head!

“The Witch Doctor”   Broadway FunTime Records   Here’s David Seville’s original (with the original “chipmunks”)

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Before Alice Cooper there was Jan & Dean?

Jan & Dean   “You Really Know How To Hurt A Guy”   Liberty Records

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