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Movie Monsters2 of 12Famous Monster of Filmland, YearBook 1966, circa 1966,HAPPY HALLOWEEN MAD Magazine - #89 September 1964
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    Posted 7 years ago

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    Spike Jones was the prime purveyor of zany music in America for a couple of mid-century decades. Beginning with his WWII era recording of "Der Fuehrer's Face", Spike Jones launched a career of making people laugh with his musical interpretations. At sometime in the late 1950s, Spike decided to add his spin to the then popular "monster" genre - this is the result. Notably featuring the voices of Vampira (Maila Nurmi) and Paul Frees (perhaps best remembered as the voice of Boris Badenov), this record has its moments but is pretty light on the Halloween terror. Those who have followed my music posts know that I have scarier music for everyday listening.

    Happy October.

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    1. PostCardCollector PostCardCollector, 7 years ago
      How GREAT is this!!!My dad had all his records. Spike Jones brought our family many laughs and musical innovations!The cover of the album is a hoot! Thanks so much for sharing!!

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