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A Killer's Nightmare, A Deadman's Dream Daniel Dietz
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
A Killer’s Nightmare, A Deadman’s Dream spans from 1985 to 2015, many of these ‘scribblings’ written in my later years. Each writing varies in style, topic, and pentameter. And each word - a subtle brushstroke upon a darkened canvas with few strokes of hope and promise, sublimating upon spiritual, philosophical and psychological elements. Part One: Nightmares and Dreams, is a collection of thoughts, ideas, poems and songs scribbled upon paper, myself the only audience. Many of the writings were never meant to be read by others, their syntax cryptic and disguised. Only 70 writings were selected for this section. Part Two: The Other Side, shifts direction away from the emotionally f ...
Creepy Music by the famous Verne Langdon Phantom of the Organ - Vampyre at the Harpsichord Professor Johnson, Organ Donor Forward by Verne Langdon Liner Notes by Forrest J Ackerman
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Spiral Bound
ISBN: 9780989919715
Never before available sheet music for two of the greatest Halloween Albums ever recorded! Verne Langdon's THE PHANTOM OF THE ORGAN and THE VAMPYRE AT THE HARPSICHORD These records were first sold in the 1970's in the back of FAMOUS MONSTERS of FILMLAND as well as places like the Main Street Magic Shop at Disneyland. It has become a Halloween classic yet sheet music for these songs has never existed until now. Here is a list of the songs you will find inside; THE PHANTOM OF THE ORGAN Horror of Erik...Depression..Symphony of Death...Dementia Macabre...Devils Love...Echos of the Organ THE VAMPYRE AT THE HARPSICHORD Nocturnal Quest...Ode to the Tomb...Eternal Life Suite ...
Prog Porn: The Graphic Art of Art Rock Tony Arnold
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Size: 8.25" x 11"
Binding: Perfect Bound
The invention of the illustrated music sleeve is credited to Alex Steinweiss, who began submitting fanciful, imaginative renderings to grace the cardboard music "albums" of the 1940s, which contained multiple discs. This quickly became the industry standard as sales followed the art, and by the 1950s jazz and exotica acts had pushed the envelope even further toward abstract, improvisational images customized to grace the musical experimentation within. The 1960s introduced psychedelia, but it was the virtuoso Progressive Rock acts of the 1970s that truly exploited commercial sleeve imagery to a cosmic extreme. "Prog Porn" traces the curve of that trend, along with a few landmarks whic ...
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