As usual, this season brings on the urge to wallow in monster movies and suchlike media, and a bit of a dredge through the record pile to play those once-every-year-or-two discs that are mainly pulled on holidays. Not much I wanna say about these three giants today, we have Vincent Price reading an old Navaho legend, Boris Karloff with a story from 'Tales of the Frightened' volume two, as written by Michael Avallone and featuring the terrific electronic noise stylings of (uncredited) Tom Dissvelt, and last but by no means least, 'The Cannibal Song' from an old Disney arithmetic lp, as wonderfully performed by Thurl Ravenscroft and Cliff Edwards (gosh, he's another favorite of mine). Enjoy.
"I sat in my car, listening. I couldn't see the lighthouse or the light standing out in Lonesome Bay. I could only hear the Horn, the Horn, the Horn. It sounded like the monster calling.
I sat there wishing there was something I could say."
-----Ray Bradbury, The Fog Horn