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Category Archives: Gruesome

Gruesome Twosome: Limeys Only Edition

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Split Enz: “Six Months In A Leaky Boat”
LP: Time and Tide, 1982 | BUY

Reparata & The Delrons: “Captain Of Your Ship”
Mala Records single, 1968 | BUY

Two psychedelic odes to sea travel and the vagaries of love. The Split Enz track captures them in their usual overlooked brilliance, while Reparata & the Delrons’ (huge in the UK, obscure in the US) single proves that Waylon Smithers was wrong — women and seamen do mix. These files will be available for four weeks. After that, it’s “sayonara”.

Gruesome Twosome: Bacharach A Go-Go Edition

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The Anita Kerr Singers: “Are You There (With Another Girl)”
LP: Reflect on the Hits of Burt Bacharach and Hal David, 1969 | BUY

The Renaissance: “I’ll Never Fall In Love Again”
LP: Bacharach Baroque, 1970

This time I have two exquisitely arranged Bacharach covers that pretty much scream “60s”. Longtime session pro Anita Kerr strikes a contast between tightly clipped vocals and an unexpectedly hot arrangement (dig those drum fills). And how groovy is The Renaissance, with their blend of marvy “ba da ba” vocals and harpsichord? Special thanks to Ion for supplying the Renaissance track – inexplicably, Bacharach Baroque has never seen an official CD reissue.

Gruesome Twosome: Flies in the Attic Edition

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Goblin: “Tenebre (Main Title)”
LP: Tenebre, 1982 | BUY

Lalo Schifrin: “Amityville Frenzy”
LP: The Amityville Horror, 1979 | BUY

Trying something new here. Every other Tuesday, I’ll post a pair of thematically similar mp3s to share. For this first edition, I have a duo of scary (and strangely funky) horror soundtrack cuts. The Goblin track is a propulsive addition to their Dario Argento collaborations. Because the Amityville Horror soundtrack was distributed by Casablanca Records, Lalo Schifrin composed a disco-flavored remix of the film’s theme in “Amityville Frenzy”. More on Goblin. Check them out, leave feedback, dance away!