(aired 10/30/09)

draculaTomorrow is October 31st, so let’s celebrate by listening to a mix of spooky spunky scary songs. I appreciate everyone’s input on today’s show, since it was a collaborative effort with lots of great ideas. Happy Halloween!

  1. Spooky – Portastatic [suggested by Sarah Kowalski — played in introduction]
  2. Werewolves Of London – Warren Zevon [suggested by Eileen Hayes]
  3. Do You Believe In Magic – Chambers Brothers [general song suggested by Jim Malachi, Ray Morley and David Rood]
  4. Things That Scare Me – Neko Case [suggested by Sarah]
  5. Spooky – Dr. Theopolis [suggested by Derek Keevil]
  6. Ghostbusters – Fool Moon [general song suggested by Ray Morley and Fernanda Lazzari]
  7. Mr. Ghost Goes to Town – The 5 Jones Boys [suggested by Derek, for version by Mora’s Modern Rhythmists]
  8. They Are Night Zombies!! They Are Neighbors!! They Have Come – Sufjan Stevens [suggested by Derek]
  9. Zombie Limbo Time – Beat Happening [artist suggested by Sarah]
  10. Monster Mash – Bobby “Boris” Pickett [suggested by Marianne Wilson, Ray Morley, Elisa Vick and David Rood]
  11. Frankenstein – Aimee Mann [suggested by Derek]
  12. Ghost Vs. Vampire – Quasi [suggested by Sarah]
  13. Ghost Of Stephen Foster – Squirrel Nut Zippers [suggested by Derek]
  14. Little Ghost – The White Stripes [suggested by Carrie Bader]
  15. Old Black Magic – Sarah Vaughan [suggested by Lynn Gates]
  16. Nosy Neighbor – The Ditty Bops [suggested by Derek]
  17. Ghost Riders In The Sky – Johnny Cash
  18. Witchy Woman – The Eagles [suggested by Jayne Wangen, Derek Keevil, Marianne Bergaust and David Rood]

Originally aired on KSKQ on October 30, 2009. Select the triangle play button below to listen to the recorded show. (If the link isn’t visible, click on the show title at the top to refresh the page.)

2 Responses to “Halloween”

  • Derek Says:

    Also “See You In Hell” by the Corner Laughers was on the live broadcast at the end. Was that you putting that on?

  • admin Says:

    Yes, good ear. “See You In Hell” was one of the backup songs in case I had more time. So even though it wasn’t officially on my show, it ended up automatically playing afterwards by accident — as a transitional song into the next show. Perfect for a group of young kids, wasn’t it? I’m sure their parents loved it. (Note the sarcasm in my voice.)