Bob Malone | Halloween

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by Bob Malone

A new Halloween holiday classic. Funky and clever - give it one listen and you'll never need the "Monster Mash" again.
Genre: Holiday: Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Halloween
3:57 $0.99
2. So What If It's Halloween
4:11 $0.99
3. Halloween (extended version)
5:06 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Feeling that the "Monster Mash" was beginning to sound a little threadbare and frayed around the edges, Bob Malone and Paul Zollo decided they'd record a new Halloween song. One that, like the aforementioned old chestnut, would rise from the dead every October and generate happiness for kids of all ages, not to mention a nice royalty check. Zollo is an excellent songwriter and also a well known rock journalist (his latest book was the best-selling "Conversations with Tom Petty"). He wrote the song, and Bob arranged it and sang it and played it. A funky New Orleans groove, startling lyrical imagery, and a truly scary piano solo all add up to a new Halloween classic! The CD also includes Bob Malone's rockin' "So What If It's Halloween" from his 2006 release "Born Too Late"



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Lynn Quintieri

New Halloween favorite!
Great CD, this will be played at our Halloween party every year from now on! Thanks PLEASE come home & perform in your home town soon!

Fiona O\\\'Brien

Hey, Bob Malone, your spooky songs don\'t scare me! Love the new number (Halloween) and still lovin\' \"So What If It\'s Halloween\".
Trick? No, a real TREAT !