Sunday Matinee – All Hallow’s Eve: Tom Waits, Laundromat, Ella Fitzgerald, Freddie King

Tom Waits’ “Underground” is perfect for Halloween. Just like this one:

There’s a new tenant who moved into the suite next door to my office. None of us have seen anyone come or go, but they installed black opaque film on the windows. I hear a lot of drilling, odd thumps, walking around on the roof, and occasionally the sound of running water… true.

This guy’s got some spooky short vids. Here’s Fewdio’s “Laundromat.” [via]

Let’s lighten it up a bit with some Classic EllaScat.

Freddy King’s “Goin’ Down.”

Have a great Halloween, folks, and we’ll see you back here tomorrow.

Author: Bunk Strutts

Boogah Boogah.

4 thoughts on “Sunday Matinee – All Hallow’s Eve: Tom Waits, Laundromat, Ella Fitzgerald, Freddie King”

  1. waller– Years ago when we had a lot of trick-or-treaters, we spent a lot of time decorating the front entryway. The soundtrack of choice was Waits’ “Bone Machine,” along with Mickey Hart’s Planet Drum.”

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