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The Haunted House

Label: Nimbus
Released: 2000
Track listing: The Haunted House - Ray Noble's New Mayfair Orch. ; Nightmare - Artie Shaw Orch.; The Skeleton in the Closet - Louis Armstrong w/Jimmy Dorsey Orch.; Skeleton Jangle - The Original Dixieland Five; `Tain't No Sin (to Take off Your Skin and Dance around in Your Bones) - Dan Russo Oriole Orch.; Dry Bones - Fats Waller and His Rhythm; Bogey Wail - Jack Hylton Orch.; Boogaboo - Jelly Roll Morton Red Hot Peppers; Black Cat Moan - Tiny Parham; Black Cat, Hoot Owl Blues - Ma Rainey Tub Jug Washboard Band; You've Got Me Voodoo'd - Louis Armstrong Orch.; Mysterioso -Artie Shaw Gramercy Five; Murder at Peyton Hall - Charlie Barnet Orch.; Dracula - Gene Krupa Orch.; Mr. Ghost Goes to Town - Tommy Dorsey Orch.; Devil's Gonna Get You - Bessie Smith; Satanic Blues - Bud Freeman Summa Cum Laude Orch.; With Her Head Tucked Underneath Her Arm - Cyril Smith & Rudy Vallee Connecticut Yankees; Ain't It Grand to Be Bloomin' Well Dead - The Barmy Brothers; The Headless Horseman - Bing Crosby and the Rhythmaires

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Various: The Haunted House

Read "The Haunted House" reviewed by Dave Nathan

This album was issued just in time for Halloween with a 20 tune play list of songs about skeletons, ghosties and ghoulies and other “things that go bump in the night". Obviously designed to create the proper atmosphere for that one time during the year - - Halloween - - when households are threatened with all ...


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