Jet And Scott's Halloween Spectacular #3

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Re: Jet And Scott's Halloween Spectacular #3

Post by Scott Reppert » Mon Oct 06, 2008 10:30 am

Tom!

Job well done!

Don't tell me. You're dressing up as a secretary on October 31st!!

Anyway, the one thing that alphabetization does is point out some songs that I thought were listed that are not:

Blue Oyster Cult--Screams
Status Quo--Black Veils Of Melancholy
Fleetwood Mac--Rattlesnake Shake
Santana--Black Magic Woman
Judas Preist--Screaming For Vengeance
Roy Wood's Wizzard--Rattlesnake Roll
Blue Oyster Cult--Hot Rails To Hell
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Re: Jet And Scott's Halloween Spectacular #3

Post by Jet Black » Mon Oct 06, 2008 12:03 pm

Greg Kihn Band - Jeopardy
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Re: Jet And Scott's Halloween Spectacular #3

Post by Tom Taggart » Mon Oct 06, 2008 6:06 pm

Word Perfect: Tools>>>Sort>>>>by first word in line

Word Perfect: A word processor designed for people who can type.

Word: A word processor designed by people who type with two fingers.

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Re: Jet And Scott's Halloween Spectacular #3

Post by Scott Reppert » Fri Oct 10, 2008 6:15 pm

In all seriousness:

I'm doing research for message for Sunday morning's service. I forgot Elvis did "Witchcraft".

Tom:

Never knew Word Perfect did that. We have it here, but everybody uses the newest (and vastly improved) Word 2007 or whatever it is.

Me?

I like to go out and drain berries and then sharpen a stick...
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Post by Tom Taggart » Sun Oct 12, 2008 11:18 am

Go to Tools>>>Sort>>> lists a variety of ways to sort .
There is also a keyboard short-cut.

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Re: Jet And Scott's Halloween Spectacular #3

Post by Jet Black » Wed Oct 29, 2008 1:45 pm

So, Greg, what's the upshot of all this Halloween business? I've been listening in the mornings, and all I hear is Abilene. Are we going to get some Halloween music, or what? And what about the Wicked Fierce Milk Box?
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Re: Jet And Scott's Halloween Spectacular #3

Post by Greg Goodfellow » Wed Oct 29, 2008 3:16 pm

Dr. Yeti has promised me a Halloween show. We will probably air it after the ballgame Friday night. As to the Wicked, Fierce Milk Box, I will track down its location...I'll look for the slow leak. Jet, as soon as I get time (yeah, right), I'll add more country. You may not know that I have middle schoolers working with me after school until at least 5, and we've been slipping in some of the music all of you suggested. Make sure to listen today! As always, thanks for listening!
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Re: Jet And Scott's Halloween Spectacular #3

Post by Jet Black » Fri Oct 31, 2008 9:32 am

Greg, I happened to be out on the road last night at the right time, and I caught part of your War OF The Worlds broadcast. I’ve heard this before, years ago, and I don’t know why it hit me so this time, but man, that was really spooky. I know an old guy, friend of the family, that was about 10 or 12 back in ’38, the oldest of several kids, and heard this broadcast, and was one of those people that believed it. Worse, his folks were away that evening and he was watching all the young ‘uns, and panicked. This guy told me, and I believe him, that they all spent the night in a ditch in the woods with a shotgun, until the folks made it home in the early morning. Can you imagine? Seems silly today, but you listen to that old broadcast and let your imagination take over a bit, you can really see what the power of radio used to be. Anyway, keep up the good work. The rest of you radio guys out there: More Led Zeppelin, deviation will not be tolerated.
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Re: Jet And Scott's Halloween Spectacular #3

Post by Greg Goodfellow » Fri Oct 31, 2008 12:05 pm

Thanks, Jet...Dr. Yeti's Hallowe'en show should air between 6 and 7 (if I get it in time). After the game, we'll do more Halloween music. I'm glad you enjoyed "War." If anyone knows where I can access the revised radio version, plugged by cnn.com this week, let me know. Thanks! (I know-I'm too lazy to look for myself).
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Post by David Paleg » Fri Oct 31, 2008 1:21 pm

Bruce Springsteen posts Halloween song on Web site
Oct 31, 8:04 AM (ET)

RUMSON, N.J. (AP) - Bruce Springsteen has a Halloween treat for his fans.

The rocker has posted a free download of a new song, "A Night With the Jersey Devil," on his Web site. The song has a blues beat, and Springsteen sings about "16 witches casting 16 spells."

Writes Springsteen: "If you grew up in central or south Jersey you grew up with the 'Jersey Devil.' Here's a little musical Halloween treat. Have fun!"

There's also a video showing Springsteen as the legendary Jersey Devil.

Earlier this week, Springsteen announced that he and his wife would not hold their annual elaborate Halloween display at their Rumson mansion. The couple said they were worried about people's safety because the event attracted too many visitors.

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Re: Jet And Scott's Halloween Spectacular #3

Post by Scott Reppert » Fri Oct 31, 2008 1:40 pm

Also just in is this:

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I know I write about him alot on the Halloween thread, but I was going from memory of the album of his that I had with The Aliens from back around 1981. This is obviously live and probably not as good as the studio stuff, but it does feature:

Two Headed Dog
Don't Shake Me Lucifer
I Walked with a Zombie

Those are from the studio LP that I had and I can vouch that they are great cuts of very bizarre rock and roll. Also on this CD are these songs I have never heard, but sound "Halloweenish":

Stand for the Fire Demon
Bloody Hammer
Creature with the Atom Brain Erickson
I Think Up Demons
The Beast

I also noticed today that P.F. Sloan does a great song called "Halloween Mary". The clip I heard definitely sounds cool. He wrote "Eve Of Destruction", "Child Of Our Times" and "Sins Of A Family", in case you're wondering. Jimmy Webb and The Association both did songs called "P.F. Sloan" in tribute to him...
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Re: Jet And Scott's Halloween Spectacular #3

Post by sportsvoice » Sat Nov 01, 2008 12:30 pm

WSWO-LP in the Dayton area broke from their Oldies format to do a Halloween special last night. They went 4 hours, and I'd wager probably all of the songs played were on this list somewhere.

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Re: Jet And Scott's Halloween Spectacular #3

Post by Jet Black » Wed Sep 09, 2009 4:03 pm

Getting to be that time of year. Yeah, still 6-7 weeks away, but it's on my mind this week. So, I decided to bump up Scott's great list.

Lets play a new game. You're going to program a 90 minute Halloween show. Let's see your list of 20 songs, and in playing order. If you've got some sound effects tracks or oddball songs you want to use, spell 'em out, we're interested. The kernal of this idea was a thought that I ought to make myself a great Halloween CD.
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Re: Jet And Scott's Halloween Spectacular #3

Post by Jet Black » Wed Sep 09, 2009 4:05 pm

Tom Taggart wrote:Here's the list by alphabetized by artist:

AC/DC--Highway To Hell
AC/DC--C.O.D.
AC/DC--Hell's Bells
Alan Parsons Project--Psychobabble
Albie And Friends--The Hexorcist (World Premiere)
Alice Cooper--Dead Babies
Alice Cooper--Only Women Bleed
Alice Cooper--Welcome To My Nightmare
Alice Cooper--I Love The Dead
Alice Cooper--Devil's Food
April Wine--Sign Of The Gypsy Queen
Be Bop DeLuxe--Axe Victim
Beatles--Helter Skelter
Beatles--Devil In Her Heart
Beck, Bogart And Appice--Black Cat Moan
Billy Idol--Eyes Without A Face
Black Oak Arkansas--Mutants Of The Monster
Black Sabbath--Am I Going Insane?
Blood, Sweat And Tears--Lucretia McEvil
Blood, Sweat, And Tears--And When I Die
Bloodrock--D.O.A.
Blue Oyster Cult--Don't Fear The Reaper
Blue Oyster Cult--Godzilla
Blue Oyster Cult--Tattoo Vampire
Blue Oyster Cult--Harvester Of Eyes
Bob Seger--Fire Lake
Bobby 'Boris' Pickett--Monster Mash's Party
Bobby Vee--Devil Or Angel
Bobby 'Boris' Pickett--The Monster Mash
Bouys--Timothy
Bow Wow Wow--I Want Candy
Brownsville Station--The Martian Boogie
Carman--Satan, Bite The Dust
Carpenters--Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft
Cashman And West--Medicine Man
Charlie Daniels Band--The Legend Of Wooley Swamp
Charlie Daniels Band--The Devil Went Down To Georgia
Clash--Straight To Hell
Classics IV--Spooky
Cliff Richard--Devil Woman
Cowsills--The Prophecy Of Daniel And John The Divine (Six Six Six)
Cozy Powell--Dance With The Devil
Cramps--Goo Goo Muck
Cream--Strange Brew
Credence Clearwater Revival--Tombstone Shadow
Creedence Clearwater Revival--Bad Moon Rising
Creedence Clearwater Revival--It Came Out Of The Sky
Critters--Mr. Dieingly Sad
Crow--Evil Woman (Don't Play Your Games WIth Me)
Cult--Lil' Devil
Cure--The Baby Screams
Cutting Crew--I Just Died In Your Arms Tonight
Dave Edmunds--The Creature From The Black Lagoon
Dave Davies--Death Of A Clown
David Bowie (David Jones)--The Laughing Gnome
David Allen Coe--The Ride
David Bowie--Scary Monsters
David Bowie--All The Madmen
David Seville And The Chipmunks--Witch Doctor
Deep Purple--Burn
Deep Purple--Rat Bat Blue
DeGarmo And Key--God Good, Devil Bad
Dickie Goodman--The Flying Saucer Parts One And Two
Dickie Lee--Laurie (Strange Things Happen)
Donovan--Season Of The Witch
Dream Academy--Halloween
Duran Duran--Hungry Like The Wolf
Eagles--Witchy Woman
Eagles--Good Day In Hell
Echo And The Bunnymen--The Cutter
Edgar Winter Group--Frankenstein
Electric Light Orchestra--Evil Woman
Elton John--Funeral For A Friend / Love Lies Bleeding
Elvis Presley--(You're The) Devil In Disguise
Emerson Lake And Palmer--Karn Evil 9
Fifth Estate--Ding Dong, The Witch Is Dead
Fixx--Red Skies
Geils--Monkey Island
Gene Simmons--Haunted House
Grateful Dead--Hell In A Bucket
Guess Who--Clap For The Wolfman
Hasil Adkins--I Need Your Head
Heart--Magic Man
Hudson And Landry--Ajax Funeral Home
Icicle Works-Whisper To A Scream
Idle Race--The Skeleton And The Roundabout
INXS--Burn For You
Iron Maiden--Murders In The Rue Morgue
J. Frank Wilson And The Cavaliers--Last Kiss
Jam--Funeral Pyre
Jan And Dean--Dead Man's Curve
Jefferson Starship--Girl With The Hungry Eyes
Jim Stafford--Spiders And Snakes
Jim Carroll Band--People Who Died
Jimi Hendrix Experience--Voodoo Chile
Jimmy Cliff--I Want My Baby Back
Jody Reynolds--Endless Sleep
John Entwistle--Heaven Or Hell
John Cougar--Rain On The Scarecrow
John Fogerty--Eye Of The Zombie
Judas Priest--Hell Bent For Leather
King Crimson--The Court Of The Crimson King
KISS--All Hell's Breaking Loose
KISS--Hotter Than Hell
Larry Norman--Why Should The Devil (Have All The Good Music)?
Larry Norman--Six Sixty Six
Led Zeppelin--Gallows Pole
Led Zeppelin--In My Time Of Dying
Leon Russell--This Masquerade
Lita Ford--Kiss Me Deadly
Long John Baldry (With Elton John)--Iko Iko
Lou Reed--The Bells
Lou Reed--The Blue Mask
Lou Reed--Kill Your Sons
Lovin' Spoonful--Do You Believe In Magic?
Lynyrd Skynyrd--That Smell
Marketts--"Batman" Theme
Meatloaf--Bat Out Of Hell
Michael Jackson--Thriller
Mike Oldfield--Tubular Bells
Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels--Good Golly Miss Molly/Devil With A Blue Dress
Motorhead--Dancing On Your Grave
Motors--You Beat The Hell Outta Me
Mouse And The Traps--A Public Execution
Nazareth--Witchdoctor Woman
Nervous Norvus--Transfusion
New York Dolls--Frankenstein (Original)
Nightcrawlers--Little Black Egg
Nilsson--Jump Into The Fire
Oingo Boingo--Weird Science
Olivia Newton-John--Magic
Outlaws--Ghost Riders In The Sky
Ozzy Osbourne--Mr. Crowley
Ozzy Osbourne--Crazy Train
Paul McCartney & Wings--Spirits Of Ancient Egypt
Petra--Graverobber
Pilot--Magic
Pink Floyd--Run Like Hell
Police--Spirits In The Material World
Psychedelic Furs--The Ghost In You
Queen--Death On Two Legs
Rainmakers--Snakedance
Ramones--Teenage Lobotomy
Randells--The Martian Hop
Randy Newman--Gone Dead Train
Ray Parker, Jr.--Ghostbusters
Red Rider--Lunatic Fringe
Red Rockers--Blood From A Stone
Red Sovine--Phantom 309
Redbone--Witch Queen Of New Orleans
Rihanna--Disturbia
Roger Glover--The Mask
Roky Erickson And The Aliens--Don't Shake Me, Lucifer
Roky Erickson And The Aliens--I Walked With A Zombie
Rolling Stones--Sympathy For The Devil
Rolling Stones--The Lantern
Sam The Sham & The Pharoahs--Juju Hand
Santana--Evil Ways
Screamin' Jay Hawkins--I Put A Spell On You
Shaun Cassidy--WASP
Sheb Wooley--The Purple People Eater
Slade--Dead Men Don't Tell No Tales
Sparks--Eaten By The Monster Of Love
Spinal Tap--Christmas With The Devil
Spinal Tap--Stonehenge
Spinal Tap--Hell Hole
Starz--(She's Just A) Fallen Angel
Status Quo--Face Without A Soul
Status Quo--Paradise Flat (if you've never heard it before...)
Steppenwolf--Monster
Stryper--To Hell With The Devil
Suzi Quatro--Devil Gate Drive
Sweet--Hellraiser
T. Rex--Mad Donna
Talking Heads--Psycho Killer
Ted Nugent--Death By Misadventure
The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown--Fire
Thomas Dolby--She Blinded Me With Science
Todd Rundgren--Wolfman Jack
Tom T. Hall--Sneaky Snake
Trooper--Raise A Little Hell
U2--Sunday, Bloody Sunday
Uriah Heep--Devil's Daughter
Van Halen--Running With The Devil
Velvet Underground--The Murder Mystery
Velvet Underground--The Black Angel's Death Song
Wall Of Voodoo--Dark As A Dungeon
Warren Zevon--I'll Sleep When I'm Dead
Warren Zevon--Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner
Warren Zevon--Werewolves Of London
Who--Boris The Spider
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Re: Jet And Scott's Halloween Spectacular #3

Post by Scott Reppert » Fri Sep 11, 2009 1:03 pm

Wow, Jetsy, good idea! I was kind of shocked at my own answers. If I had to do a show I would do it in chronological order (which I believe, off the top of my head) my list is fairly close, and I limited myself to only two "out of the ordinary" songs.

1-I Put A Spell On You
2-Witch Doctor
3-I Want My Baby Back
4-Monster Mash
5-Haunted House
6-Ding Dong, The Witch Is Dead
7-Season Of The Witch
8-Sympathy For The Devil
9-Fire (The Crazy World Of Arthur Borown)
10-Evil Woman (Crow)
11-Welcome To My Nightmare
12-Don't Fear The Reaper
13-Bat Out Of Hell
14-Highway To Hell
15-Werewolves Of London
16-Runnin' With The Devil
17-The Creature From The Black Lagoon
18-Raise A Little Hell
19-Eye Of The Zombie
20-Halloween
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Post by Scott Reppert » Tue Oct 27, 2009 10:08 am

Bonzo Dog Band--Look Out (There's A Monster Coming)

And, Al, could we have the video of that please? Al Dugan, my engineer. Great coffee, Al...

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Re: Jet And Scott's Halloween Spectacular #3

Post by AmpedNow » Tue Oct 27, 2009 2:05 pm

Deadmau5 - Ghosts n Stuff

A fun little dance song I found on a promo copy.

Could be in a Halloween lineup imo.


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Re: Jet And Scott's Halloween Spectacular #3

Post by Greg Goodfellow » Tue Oct 27, 2009 4:19 pm

Program Schedule for Saturday evening on WRSG, 91.5 FM for those of you 35 or so miles from Middlebourne, WV (if the computer behaves):

6-9 p.m.: "Time Warp" with Jason Miller, with all Hallowe'en favorites
9-10 p.m.: "The War of the Worlds"
10-12 p.m." 'Dr. Yeti's Hour of Alien Invasion Power,' the Hallowe'en show
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Re: Jet And Scott's Halloween Spectacular #3

Post by Bob Campbell » Tue Oct 27, 2009 5:04 pm

Are you playing Jeff Wayne's "War of the Worlds" with Richard Burton narrating?

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Re: Jet And Scott's Halloween Spectacular #3

Post by Greg Goodfellow » Tue Oct 27, 2009 10:03 pm

Bob, I don't get out much, so I didn't know about a Jeff Wayne version. I just went to mp3raid.com and located it! No chance downloading on dial-up, however, so I'll do it first thing tomorrow morning at school. It'll be fun for the kids to compare the two versions.
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