The S’s

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As usual these are what I have complied over the years.

Anyway again it is a wide variety with lots of styles represented:
some kids, some scary, some funny, some gross, and some just damn weird.

7 Days to the Wolves by Nightwish

Satan Wears a Satin Gown by Frankie Lane

Scarecrow by Beck

Scarecrow by Ministry

Scared by Lowenbad

Scary Monsters by David Bowie

Scream on Halloween (The) by The Browns

Scherzo, Schattenhaft (Movement III) from Symphony No. 7 by Gustav Mahler

Season of the Witch by Donovan

See Emily Play by Pink Floyd

Sensemayá, Silvestre Revueltas

Shadowplay by The Killers

Shakin by Rooney

She Blinded Me With Science by Thomas Dolby:

She Wolf by Shakira

She’s Lost Control by Joy Division

She’s Not There by The Zombies

Shining (The) by Mark Ayres(Opening Theme)

Shot in the Dark by Ozzy Osbourne

Shout at the Devil by Motley Crue

Sick Things by Alice Cooper

Siegfrieg’s Death by Richard Wagner

Sinister Purpose by Zacherle

Sirenes by Claude Debussy

Skeletons in the Closet by Alice Cooper

Skeleton In The Closet (The)  by Louis Armstrong

Skeleton Rag (The) by the American Quartet

Skin and Bones by Foo Fighters

Sleeping Beauty by Miranda Sex Garden

Sleeping with your Devil Mask by Robin Hitchcock

Sleepy Hollow by Korn and Marilyn Manson

Snow White Queen by Evanescence

Soft Power by Ladytron

Somebody’s Watching Me by Beatfreakz                                                        

Somebody’s Watching Me by Rockwell

Sonata for solo cello, op. 8 by Zoltán Kodály

Sonata in d minor, no. 117 by Antonio Soler

Sonata in G: The Devil’s Trill by Giuseppe Tartini

Songe d’une Nuit du Sabbat from “Symphonie Fantastique” by Berlioz

Sorcerer’s Apprentice (The) by Paul Dukas

Soul Dracula by Hot Blood

Spiders and Snakes by Jim Stafford

Spiderwebs by No Doubt

Spirits Drifting by Brian Eno

Spongebob Scaredy Pants by The Ghastly Ones

Spooks! by Louis Armstrong

Spooks Night Out by The Legendary Invisible Men

Spookshow Baby by Rob Zombie

Spookville Chimes by the Victory Military Band

Spooky by Imogean Heap

Spooky by Steely Dan
Spooky by Andy Williams
Spooky by Santana

Spooky Movies by Roy Clark

Spooky Spooks–One Step  by John Phillip Sousa’s orchestra

St. Luke’s Passion by Penderecki

Stabat Mater by Pergolesi

Stay by Shakespeare’s Sister

Strange and Beautiful by Aqualung

Strange Brew by Cream

Strange Days by The Doors

Strange Things by Curtis Knight & Jimi Hendrix

String Quartet #4 by Béla Bartók

String Quartet #8 in c minor by Dmitri Shostakovich

Strychnine by The Sonics

Superbeast by Rob Zombie

Suffer Little Children by The Smiths

Super Freak by Rick James

Supermassive Black Hole by Muse

Superstition by Stevie Ray Vaughn

Superstition by Stevie Wonder

Suzanne Beware of the Devil by Dandy Livingstone

svefn-g-englar by Sigur Rós

Swamp Thing by The Grid

Swamp Witch by Jim Stafford

Swan Song by Within Temptation (lyrics performed)

Sweetloaf  by Butthole Surfers

Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) by Marilyn Manson

Sympathy for the Devil by Guns N Roses
Sympathy For The Devil by The Rolling Stones

Symphonia by Luciano Berio

Symphonie Fantastique, Movement IV (“March to the Gallows”) by Hector Berlioz

Symphonie Fantastique, Movement V (Dream of a Witch’s Sabbath) by Hector Berlioz

Symphony #6 by Tchaikovsky

Symphony #7, Symphonia Antartica by Ralph Vaughan Williams

Symphony No. 1 by Krzysztof Penderecki

Symphony No. 11, second movement by Shostakovich

Symphony No. 15, second movement by Shostakovich

Symphony No. 2, mvmt. 2 by Dmitry Shostakovich

Symphony No. 6 by Allan Pettersson

Symphony No. 6 The House of the Devil by Boccherini

Symphony No. 9 2nd movement by Bruckner

Selections to hear include:

 The Sorcerer’s Apprentice by Paul Dukas from the movie Fantasia. This has to be the best-known Mickey Mouse short film. The music is adapted from Goethe’s poem “Der Zauberlehrling”.

Season of the Witch by Donovan is a rock classic that you need to listen to.

For those Dr. Who fans you may recognize Symphonie Fantastique, Movement IV by Hector Berlioz also called the “March to the Gallows” from the 1971 episode called The Dæmons: Part 2

Spooky by Imogean Heap

Spookville Chimes is a Fox Trot by Theodore Moses Tobani (1915)

The Skeleton In The Closet by Louis Armstrong was features in the movie Pennies from Heaven (1936) 

Skin and Bones is an alternative rock song by the Foo Fighters. 

Soul Dracula by Hot Blood (1977) is great fun to listen to.

St. Luke’s Passion (full title: Passio et Mors Domini Nostri Jesu Christi Secundum Lucam, or the Passion and Death of Our Lord Jesus Christ According to St. Luke) was written in 1966 by Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki. The St. Luke Passion is a work for chorus and orchestra containing text from the Gospel of Luke as well as other sources such as the Stabat Mater.  

The Skeleton Rag as sung by the American Quartet, (written by early 20th century ragtime artist, Percy Wenrich) is from the year 1911 was recorded on a Victor Talking Machine 78rpm record   

Spooky Spooks–One Step by Victpor Military Band orchestra. This was military band type music with descriptive novelties thrown in that would make one think of spooks and skeletons prancing about.

Spooky Movies by Roy Clark

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