Vintage Halloween songs for your Halloween get-togethers

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

Halloween Season kick-off 2014

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Halloween Season kick-off   –  2014

While it may seem like Halloween every day here at Parlor of Horror, I do get a bit more celebratory when October rolls around.

This year I’m going to focus on reviews of my favorite 80’s horror flicks!

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I’ll review some of my favorite Horror TV show episodes.

I’ll have a photo post or two of some real places, people and attractions from my corner of the world.

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I’ll also have some personal posts like, Ghosts of Halloween Past – where I’ll show some of my old costumes. I’ll post some Halloween Music Videos. And maybe even my video of a real ghost caught on camera…

Be sure to check out some of my popular posts from past years:

Spooky Halloween Games for Adults

Favorite Halloween Cartoons

Favorite Halloween TV Shows

The Dangers of Halloween

The Munsters – A sitcom for Halloween