Halloween song ideas?
Here’s what I have:
Monster Mash- Bobby PickettPurple People Eater- Sheb WooleyThriller- Michael Jackson
Long Black Train- Josh Turner
Witchy Woman- Eagles
The Devil Went Down to Georgia- Charlie Daniels
Somebody’s Watching Me- Rockwell
Ol Red- Blake Shelton
Goodbye Earl- Dixie Chicks
The Devil Comes Back to Georgia- Mark O’Connor
Black Magic Woman- Santana
Hungry Like The Wolf- Duran Duran
Haunted Mansion Theme (“Grim Grinning Ghosts”)- Disney
Any other suggestions? (No rap, heavy metal, screamo, instrumental, kids, or super hard rock)
I did think of Witch Doctor, but I couldn’t find any singers except Alvin and the chipmunks.
- JohnLv 74 weeks ago
www.kcsm.org. Our local San Francisco area jazz station, which streams from that URL. They have an app for cell phone streaming.
Tomorrow morning, Friday, Oct. 30, 2020. Below is a paste of the promo. This is an annual thing, just about every Halloween song on Earth. I will add Boris the Spider by The Who:
A Morning Cup of Jazz Annual Halloween Special
A Morning Cup of Jazz Annual Halloween Special Fri, Oct 30th from 6:00AM - 10:00AM
In a year of Spooky Ooky--take a breath and relax with a little levity and family fun on this years Halloween Show on A Morning Cup of Jazz. It's A Pandemic Halloween with The Baker Family! Join Clint, Alisa & Ramona Baker (and Narrator Michael Burman) while they host their extended family pod including Marie Laveau, Dracula, The Mummy, and Trevor the Ghost. See how Drac manages to navigate out-door dining, Trevor conquers his anxiety, Mummy finds a home, and Marie Laveau conjures up something ghastly in the kitchen-- Friday October 30th 6-10am on A Morning Cup of Grog!
- Phil MLv 71 month ago
Devil Woman, Cliff Richard
Devil Woman, Marty Robbins
Devil Woman, Clarence Carter
- MarkLv 71 month ago
I Want My Baby Back (I can't remember who that was)
Laurie (Strange Things Happen in this World) Dickey Lee
Nightmare by the Whyte Boots
Past, Present, and Future by the Shangri-las
I Can Never Go Home Any More by the Shangri-las
Leader of the Pack by the Shangri-las
Condition Red by the Goodees
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- 1 month ago
Any electro-industrial or black metal. Burzum or old school Skinny Puppy
- Chuck NorrisLv 51 month ago
This is Halloween - Danny ElfmanSource(s): Jack Skellington
- NickLv 41 month ago
I Was a Teenage Werewolf- The Cramps
Haunted House- Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs
Loneliest Ghost in Town- Southern Culture on the Skids
Zombie Jamboree- Wilmoth Houdini
- MarkLv 61 month ago
No instrumentals? Here are some anyway:
Frankenstein by Edgar Winter Group
"Sounds for a Darkened Theater" album by Danny Elfman - lots of great movie soundtracks.
- darkvelvetrainLv 71 month ago
If you want scary dance music, I suggest you do a search on terror EBM, industrial, darkwave, and goth music. I say go with the following songs:
Wumpscut - Mother (creepy as heck)
God Module - Let's Go Dark (really most of their songs... I used Foreseen for a haunted house and The Source might work)
Grendel - Zombienation (its that famous Axel F song redone with zombie sound bytes, so its kinda fun)
Terminal Choice - Forbidden Love (sexy but with a scary edge)
Project Pitchfork - Requiem (song about the pied piper coming to take your kids)
A lot of Suicide Commando, Hocico, and Aesthetic Perfection songs would work too.
Carmena Burana's - O Fortuna (written by Carl Orff) is a winner too, and Apoptygma Berzerk uses it in their original recording of Love Never Dies Part 1 (the record doesn't use it, probably due to copyright, but if you find the original, I suggest it)
- pianomanLv 71 month ago
All of the above.