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Feast Of The Mau Mau - Various - Monster Rock N Roll Show (Cassette)

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  1. Oct 30,  · All 3 versions are now available on various CD comps. rene smalldridge, Oct 30, #7. fergojisan Atari Gadabout. Location: There's a Steve mastered Monster Mash in stereo on a DCC comp called Monster Rock and Roll Show - lots of fun stuff on that disc. Feast of the Mau Mau is also on the disc.
  2. Monster Bop and Horror Hop focus on the earliest days of rock'n roll and have minimal liner note information, whereas, Monster Rock 'n Roll and These Ghoulish Things have more extensive information and move into the rock era; however, all these discs together are like having a first rate boxed set of hard to find nuggets.
  3. MONSTERS VAMPIRES VOODOOS & SPOOKS - 33 Slabs of Undead Rock 'n' Roll All spooky stuff - monsters, vampires, voodoos and spooks - in undead rock 'n' roll style! 33 tracks. MOSTLY GHOSTLY - More Horror For Halloween Dracula, caves, Zombies, creatures from the vaults and much much more. 25 picks from the Ghoulish age of rock'n'roll.
  4. Tracklist A1 Mau Mau (Amerikon) Drums – Joey Covington Guitar [Lead] – Peter Kaukonen A2 The Baby Tree A3 Let's Go Together Banjo – Jerry Garcia Drums – Bill Kreutzmann A4 A Child Is Coming Bass – Jack Casady Guitar, Vocals – David Crosby B1 Sunrise Bass – Jack Casady B2 Hijack Congas – Graham Nash, Joey.
  5. Includes live versions of hits & covers if others both from the beginning of rock 'n' roll (Maybelline), from country (Mama Tried) & current including a lot of Beatles. Most interesting is a 18 min medley including Rock'n'Roll Music amidst such tunes as The End (Beatles, not Doors), If I Were A Carpenter & The Thrill Is Gone.
  6. This CD's Theatre Of Blood or "bloooerghhhhh", as Allan Sherman's My Son, The Vampire would have it presents a horror show that's drawn almost exclusively from rock'n'roll's Ghoul-den age, its time span approximately matching the mid-late 50s peak of popularity for scary movies, and dovetailing with the latter's impact on post WWII teenage America.
  7. Monster Bop and Horror Hop focus on the earliest days of rock'n roll and have minimal liner note information, whereas, Monster Rock 'n Roll and These Ghoulish Things have more extensive information and move into the rock era; however, all these discs together are like having a first rate boxed set of hard to find nuggets/5(7).
  8. 17 The Monster: 18 Theme From The Addams Family: 19 Nightmare Mash: 20 The Voo Doo Walk: 21 Feast Of The Mau Mau: 22 Frankenstein's Party: 23 Legend Of Sleepy Hollow: 24 Bo Meets The Monster: 25 Rockin' In The Graveyard: 26 Radio Plug For Monster Mash On Station WCOP: 27 Monster Mash: Bonus Track: 28 The Vampire.
  9. Oct 30,  · There are TONS of old rock'n'roll records with monster/halloween themes, if you felt like going in that direction. Feast of the Mau Mau by Screaming Jay Hawkins off of the DCC disc Monster Rock 'n Roll Show. 13 The Milton the Monster Show - Theme Song 14 Movie Trailer - Graveyard Tramps 15 Cathy Mills - Monster Hop.

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