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Saturday, October 02, 2010

Boris Karloff - Tales of the Frightened Volumes 1 & 2 (1963)



7 comments:

Anonymous said...

great! but volume 2 link isn't right. thanks.

Zer0_II said...

@Anon: Thanks for the heads up. I've been having issues lately with including the correct download link for some reason. I'm grateful that people such as yourself take the time to comment and help keep me in line. Take care.

Anonymous said...

@Zer0_II my pleasure! thanks for your great blog! take care.

Zer0_II said...

@Anon: You're very welcome my friend. Thank you for the kind words.

SardonicusMalevolous said...

Great Post! I think diversity of the music/spoken word is one of this sites strongest points.

sean said...

Wow! Just this past weekened I watched several episodes of "Thriller" which he (Karloff) hosted from 1960-62. These are a real treat. Thank you so much. I love this stuff! And thanks for such a cool blog.

Sean

David said...

You might be interested in this: I recently produced a new version of this album, and it's available now. It's narrated by Vernon Wells (of The Road Warrior and other cult classics) and has great new music by Eban Schletter. Check it out:

http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/eban-schletter-presents-michael/id394594329