The monthly assembly of undervalued and often nearly "lost" music, or simply music the blogger in question wants to remind you readers/listeners of...
Happy All Hallows!
Brian Arnold: Hallowe'en Tunes!; Happy Hallowe'en 2018!
Jayme Lynn Blaschke: Friday Night Videos
Marybeth Bornio: The DoubleClicks: "Harry Potter Theme"
Paul D. Brazill: A Song for Saturday
Jim Cameron: Bill Henderson: Beautiful Memory: Bill Henderson Live at the Vic
Sean Coleman: The Who: My Generation
Jeff Gemmill: Top 5s; A Song Roundup: "A Rainy Night in Georgia"; Juliana Hatfield: For the Birds
Dana Gould: Wayne Kramer, and typical nonsense that "punk was over by the early '80s"
Jerry House: Hymn Time; Music from the Past
Xeni Jardin/David Pescovitz: An Indigenous People's Day folk/rock/country playlist
George Kelley: Various Artists: '80s Pop Hits; Steely Dan in concert 2018; Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: The New Musical (stage); Hamilton: An American Musical (Boston production)
Tom Kraemer: Cass Elliot, Joni Mitchell and Mary Travers: "I Shall Be Released"
Kate Laity: Sheena Wellington and Karine Polwart: "Halloween"
Barry Malzberg: The Australian Opera featuring Joan Sutherland (direction of Bonynge/Monsouri): Les Huguenots (Meyerbeer/Scribe & Deschamps)
Todd Mason: Late for Hallowe'en Music Club ('12 post-blizzard): Sinister Jazz
Edward Morris: Alien Sex Fiend: "Katch 22"
Laura Nakatsuka: Blue Heron: "Permanent vierge" (Johannes Ockeghem)
Patricia Nolan-Hall: Diana Lynn with the Paul Weston Orchestra: "Easy to Love"
Andrew Orley: a week:
David Bowie: "Sunday"
God Help the Girl: "Come Monday Night"
Bobbie Gentry: "Hurry Tuesday Child"
Simon and Garfunkel: "Wednesday Morning, 3 AM"
Johnny Mathis: "Sweet Thursday"
Nancy Sinatra: "Friday's Child"
and Louis Jordan and the Tympani Five: "Saturday Night Fish Fry"
and a Nobody's Listening Hallowe'en Playlist
Charlie Ricci: Nat King Cole Trio: Transcriptions; Hilary Scott: Don't Call Me Angel; Stephen Stills and Judy Collins: Everybody Knows
A. J. Wright: Birmingham, AL, City Stages Festival 1989
Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers: "Ugetsu"
Philly Joe Jones Sextet: "Blues for Dracula"
The assembly of this list largely done while doling out chocolate bits to the youth of Philadelphia-adjacent New Jersey...and to all, a pleasantly spooky night...