This Is Halloween Song Instrumental Deals: Price List & Price Comparison

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This Is Halloween (From "Nightmare Before Christmas") [Instrumental]
This Is Halloween (From
This Is Halloween (From "Nightmare Before Christmas") [Instrumental]
This Is Halloween (From
This Is Halloween (From "Nightmare Before Christmas") [Instrumental]
This Is Halloween (From
This Is Halloween (From "Nightmare Before Christmas") [Instrumental]
This Is Halloween (From
This Is Halloween (From "Nightmare Before Christmas") [Instrumental]
This Is Halloween (From
This Is Halloween (From "Nightmare Before Christmas") [Instrumental]
This Is Halloween (From
This Is Halloween (From "Nightmare Before Christmas") [Instrumental]
This Is Halloween
This Is Halloween Instrumental
Ghost Month - Halloween Horror Fest Schrecken der
Ghost Month - Halloween Horror Fest Schrecken der Nacht Musik mit Instrumental Natur Umgebungs Geräusche
Halloween Haunts:
Halloween Haunts: Revisited
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Hit Movie & TV Instrumental Solos : Songs and Themes from the Latest Movies and Television Shows (Trumpet), Book & CD
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Disney Songs for Two Trombones: Easy Instrumental Duets (Paperback)
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Disney Songs for Two Violins: Easy Instrumental Duets (Paperback)
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Instrumental Solotrax Vol.10
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Hal Leonard 101 Jazz Songs for Tenor Sax Instrumental Folio Series Book
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Iron Horse: An Instrumental Collection Of Great American Train Songs (CD)
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Romancing The 70s: Instrumental Love Songs Of The 1970s
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Irish Love Songs: Traditional Instrumental (CD)
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Halloween Songs / Various (CD)
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Michael Jackson Instrumental Solos
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Big Jack Johnson & The Oilers: Big Jack Johnson (vocals, guitar); Rodger Montgomery (guitar, background vocals); Maury "Hooter" Saslaff (bass) Chet Woodward (drums).Includes liner notes by Larry Hoffman.A Mississippi-born pre-baby boomer, Johnson is part of the hardcore blues community that includes the Fat Possum crowd (R.L. Burnside, T Model Ford, etc.), but his is a slightly more modern, less quirky variant on that uncompromising style of electric blues. Johnson takes a forceful, no-prisoners approach on WE GOT TO STOP THIS KILLIN', and bashing out the songs like there's no tomorrow. The Oilers keep a simple, steady backbeat; emphasizing 12-bar shuffles, while Johnson's gritty, distorted lead guitar and deep, throaty, larger-than-life voice take center stage.The title tune tackles contemporary social issues, an approach that crops up frequently in Johnson's repertoire. The instrumental "Breakdown Blues" hints at Johnson's interest in country music--it's a roughhousing blues version of a country breakdown, with the riff from "Proud Mary" inserted for absurdist humor. Johnson takes the solo voice-and-guitar route on "Lonesome Road," and he's just as aggressively unforgettable even without the yeomanly support of the Oilers. "Cracklin' Bread" offers a touch of funk, but it's the shuffle that's Johnson's bread and butter, a fact borne out by the majority of the cuts here.
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Personnel: Lal Waterson, Maria Gilhooley (vocals); Oliver Knight (guitar); Jody Stecher (mandolin); Chopper (cello).Although Lal Waterson's recording career stretches back to the '60s, and has subsequently seen remarkable collaborations with sister Norma (A TRUE HEARTED GIRL) and brother Mike (BRIGHT PHOEBUS), greatest acclaim came in 1996 with ONCE IN A BLUE MOON, her first collaboration with son Oliver Knight. Sessions for its successor were cut short by Lal's death. Rather like the posthumous Janis Joplin album PEARL, A BED OF ROSES had to be completed after the singer's demise. This probably explains the inclusion of two instrumentals by Knight and the reappearance of a song from the previous album ("At First She Starts"), albeit in a radically different, solo rendition.A BED OF ROSES can't hope to have the impact of its predecessor, but listeners hoping for more in the same vein won't be disappointed. Lal's voice and lyrics remain remarkable. Accompaniment is sparse. Maria Gilhooley harmonises on Ewan MacColl's "Just a Note." Charles O'Connor's strings enhance "Foolish One." Mandolin, cello, trombone, and saxophone make one-off appearances. Most often the only accompaniment is the limpid resonance of Oliver Knight's guitar and Lal's own occasional vocal harmonies. A BED OF ROSES is tinged with the poignant knowledge that Lal's voice and pen have been stilled.