King Biscuit Halloween, 1985

By: anonymous

32 songs / 1:25:30

  1. 1 Frank Welker / Intro 00:38
  2. 2 Frank Welker / Meat Loaf Intro 00:28
  3. 3 Meat Loaf / Bat Out Of Hell 11:19
  4. 4 Frank Welker / Stray Cats Intro 00:14
  5. 5 Stray Cats / Stray Cat Strut 06:03
  6. 6 Frank Welker / Stray Cats Outro 00:17
  7. 7 Frank Welker / Phil Collins Intro 00:11
  8. 8 Phil Collins / In The Air Tonight 06:15
  9. 9 Frank Welker / Phil Collins Outro 00:09
  10. 10 Frank Welker / Santana Intro 00:34
  11. 11 Santana / Black Magic Woman 05:27
  12. 12 Frank Welker / John Parr Intro 00:19
  13. 13 John Parr / Magical 05:28
  14. 14 Frank Welker / Ozzy Osbourne Intro 00:27
  15. 15 Ozzy Osbourne / Bark At The Moon 04:39
  16. 16 Warren Zevon / Werewolves Of London 05:18
  17. 17 Frank Welker / Warren Zevon Outro 00:14
  18. 18 Frank Welker / Edgar Winter Intro 00:21
  19. 19 The Edgar Winter Group / Frankenstein 13:45
  20. 20 Frank Welker / Judas Priest Intro 00:28
  21. 21 Judas Priest / Living After Midnight 04:46
  22. 22 Frank Welker / Judas Priest Outro 00:09
  23. 23 Frank Welker / Billy Idol Intro 00:17
  24. 24 Billy Idol / Eyes Without A Face 05:32
  25. 25 Frank Welker / Billy Idol Outro 00:24
  26. 26 Frank Welker / Madness Intro 00:22
  27. 27 Madness / House Of Fun 03:56
  28. 28 Frank Welker / Madness Outro 00:06
  29. 29 Frank Welker / Moody Blues Intro 00:20
  30. 30 The Moody Blues / Nights In White Satin 06:05
  31. 31 Frank Welker / Moody Blues Outro 00:17
  32. 32 Frank Welker / Outro 00:42

This playlist re-creates a vintage King Biscuit Flower Hour Halloween broadcast from 1985. The program featured aptly titled songs by Edgar Winter ("Frankenstein"), Warren Zevon ("Werewolves of London"), Meat Loaf ("Bat Out of Hell"), Santana ("Black Magic Woman"), Ozzy Osbourne ("Bark at the Moon"), and many more. King Biscuit also enlisted the help of talented voice actor, Frank Welker ("Scooby Doo," "The Muppet Babies," "Family Guy"), who portrayed some enjoyably silly ghouls to narrate show and introduce the songs. This King Biscuit Halloween mix may not make you jump out of your skin from fright, but you will probably find yourself singing along with delight. Happy trick-or-treating!