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Horror Show [Greg Kihn]

  • 1. Kay Is the Month of May
    2. Noa Noa
    3. Horror Show
    4. Waterloo Sunset
    5. Come Back Baby
    6. Talk of the Town
    7. JFK
    8. Trials, Troubles, Tribulations
    9. Alligator Man
    10. Beam the Light
    11. Wherever There's Smoke
    12. Vampira
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 716

  • Credits
    EngineerChris Evans; Andy Peterson; Victor Giordano

    HORROW SHOW is an audio companion to Greg Kihn's novel of the same name.
    Personnel: Greg Kihn (vocals, acoustic guitar, guitar); Wall Matthews (vocals, acoustic, electric & slide guitars, electric 12-string guitar, piano, organ, keyboards, bass, conga, percussion); Victor Giordano (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, electric 12-string guitar, mandolin, bass, tambourine); Lisa Matthews, Aleta Greene, Andy Peterson (vocals); Bob Spates, Amy Kuhlmann (violin); Seth Low (cello); Mark Wenner (harmonica); Chris Vadala (saxophone, flute); David Stambler (saxophone); Kevin Packard (keyboards, accordion, percussion); Paul Wilson, Jeff Stabley (drums).
    Producers: Jack Heyrman, Victor Giordano, Wall Matthews.
    Recorded at Clean Cuts Studios, Baltimore, Maryland.
    Personnel: Greg Kihn (vocals, acoustic guitar, background vocals); Victor Giordano (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, 12-string guitar, mandolin, tambourine); Wall Matthews (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, 12-string guitar, piano, organ, keyboards, congas, percussion); Lisa Matthews, Andy Peterson, Aleta Greene (vocals); Amy Kuhlmann, Robert Spates (violin); Chris Vadala (flute, saxophone); Mark Wenner (harmonica); Kevin Packard (accordion, keyboards, percussion); David Stambler (saxophone); Paul Wilson, Jeff Stabley (drums).
    Audio Mixer: Victor Giordano.
    Recording information: Clean Cuts Studios, Baltimore, MD.
    Photographers: Gregg Simonton; Sharon Kane; Susan Winter.
    Horror Show is the title of Greg Kihn's first novel. Appropriately, the concept of the same name is a neo-gothic collection of British Invasion pop/rock and folk-rock, complete with the occasional string and woodwind arrangements. Kihn doesn't limit himself to his own songs, working Ray Davies' "Waterloo Sunset" and the traditional "Come Back Baby" and "Trials, Troubles, Tribulations" into the concept. Though Horror Show never really tells a story, it is one of Kihn's most enjoyable latter-day albums, simply because of the variety of styles and its sense of purpose. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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