Started back in 2012 to help generate interest in the classic music on a format which had all but disappeared a decade ago. Over the the last 6 years vinyl has made a resurgence in the market and it’s booking. This is great for stores which have lost much profit to the Internet and physical media has taken a back door to digital downloads.
I stopped by That’s Entertainment in Worcester MA and Joe’s Albums. PETE the curator of all that is music in the store I been buying my comic books since I was 16 was in charge of today’s events .
The vinyl can be expensive or at just the right price I thought I share some of what I picked up today.
Composed by James Bernard for the 1922 original unauthorized adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Performed by the City Prague Philharmonic Orchestra. Such an eerie score to a company one of the first Vampire movies. Wax Works Records recently put out a soundtrack to the 1970’s remake recently. We will be doing a spotlight on that one soon.
Disney the Silly Symphony Collection
The Skeleton Dance is a cute little song from Disney dating back to 1929. (Notice the theme here) written by Carl Stalling. It startled critics years ago giving them a Fright by its animation and kicked off the Silly Symphony going from 29-39.
How To Train Your Dragon.
An Academy Award nominated score by John Powell it really fits the the type of movie this is about a boy and his Dragon in a viking village gripped by Xenophobia over the destruction Dragons cause.
I also picked up Carl Douglas Kung Fu Fighting. I couldn’t help my self.