Sick of hearing Thriller, Monster Mash and the Ghost Busters Theme on Halloween?
Here’s some alternate music choices to listen to while your playing some of your favorite Halloween Games.
I chose these songs because they are great for mixed company, kids, parents, grandparents, all ages. Nothing too strong or loud here 🙂
Louis Armstrong – Spooks (1954)
The Boogie Woogie Man – Glen Gray and his Orchestra (1940)
Bogey Wail – Jack Hylton and his Orchestra (1929)
Mary Ann McCall – You’ve Got Me Voodoo’d (1940)
Mad Witch – Dave Gardner (1957)
If you prefer something more rockin’ check out my picks for last year, 13 Frightful Tunes for a Rockin’ Halloween
Just for fun, check out this Vintage Halloween Cartoon, The Skeleton Dance
The xylophone part in the skeleton dance is excellent. 😀
Great post! Love the Louis Armstrong one. 🙂
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