Here are the L’s for Halloween musical selections.
As usual these are what I have complied over the years.
A wide variety with lots of styles represented:
some kids, some scary, some funny, some gross, and some just damn weird.
L’alba dei Morti Viventi by Goblin
La Cathedrale engloutie (“The Engulfed Cathedral”) by Claude Debussy
La Muerte De Jason by Harry Manfredini
La Valse by Ravel
Lady in the Water Theme by James Newton Howard
Lake Pontchartrain by Ludo
Last ride by The Phantom
Last Scream Of Halloween (The) by Hal L. Singer and Georganna Barry
Laurie (Strange Things Happen) by Dickey Lee
Le dieu ennemi et la danse des esprits noirs (Second movement) by “Ala and Lolly”
Le Freak by Chic
Le Music Hall by Elvira
Legend of Wooley Swamp by Charlie Daniels Band
Les Poissions by Little Mermaid
Lies of the Living Dead by Scott McCaughey
Liquid Waltz by Michael
Litanies by Jehan Alain
Lil’ Devil by Ian Astbury
Little Black Bag by Gene Moss
Little Demon by Screamin’ Jay Hawkins
Little Demon by The Amazing Crowns
Little Drop of Poison by Tom Waits
Little Ghost by The White Stripes
Little Leota by Partial Spiel
Little Old Lady from Transylvania by Roger Christian and Gary Usher
Little Red Riding Hood by Sam “The Sham” and the Pharaohs
Little Old Lady from Transylvania by The Ghouls
Little Patch Of Heaven by Home On The Range
Little Red Riding Hood by The Big Bopper
Live At Ribco by Goddamn Gallows
Living Dead Girl by Rob Zombie
London Calling by The Clash
Lonliest Ghost (The) by Southern Culture on The Skids
Looking For Dracula by Charlotte Diamond
Looking For Strange by Kmfdm
Lords of Salem (The) by Rob Zombie
Lorenz Hart by Richard Rodgers
Lotion by Greenskeepers
Love Bites by by Grace Jones
Love or Confusion by Jimi Hendrix
Love Potion Number Nine by Countdown Kids
Love Potion Number Nine by The Clovers
Love Potion Number Nine by The Coasters
Love Potion Number Nine by The Searchers
Love Song for a Vampire by Annie Lennox
Love Song by The Cure
Lovecats (The) by The Cure
Lucifer by Alan Parsons Project
Lullaby by The Cure
Lunatic Fringe by Red Rider
Lux Aeterna by Clint Mansell
Lux Aeterna by György Ligeti
Some good choices:
Li’l Red Riding Hood by Sam “The Sham” and the Pharaohs was created around Charles Perrault’s fairy tale “Little Red Riding Hood”. In this version the ending comes before the grandmother makes her entrance, and explicitly uses the ambiguity of modern English between “wolf”, the carnivore, and “wolf”, a man with concealed sexual intentions. The effect, whether intentional or incidental, is to strip away the fairy tale’s metaphorical device and present the relationship between the two characters without literary pretense.
Love Song for a Vampire by Annie Lennox from “Dracula was recorded as the theme song to Francis Ford Coppola’s 1992 film adaptation of Dracula.
a bit different Lake Pontchartrain by Ludo
Love Potion Number Nine describes a man seeking help finding love, so he talks to a Gypsy, who determines through palm reading that he needs “love potion number 9”. The potion causes him to fall in love with everything he sees, kissing whatever is in front of him, eventually kissing a cop on the corner, who breaks his bottle of love potion. Some radio stations banned the song, due to the lyrics involving “Kissing a cop”.
If you are a Lord of the Rings fan you will like Lux Aeterna by Clint Mansell, the song was used for the trailer The Two Towers but was not in the movie.
Finally take some time to read the legend that inspired La Cathedrale engloutie (“The Engulfed Cathedral”) by Claude Debussy. It is a great myth that one can read about.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/La_cath%C3%A9drale_engloutie https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ys http://www.bagadoo.tm.fr/kemper/villedys_E.html