Yes, Turntabling is back and we’re getting started listing inventory–tons of rare, weird, and wonderful vinyl records and compact discs. We’re getting a slow start, but with these four titles we officially return to the vinyl marketplace–scouring the earth for the most interesting, bizarre and hard-to-find LPs on the planet including this awesome House By The Cemetery LP on Death Waltz.
Yes, Turntabling is DEFINITELY back. Look for more updates coming–there is a LOT of new stock to come including the Creepshow soundtrack LP, Last House on the Left soundtrack vinyl, more more and more…
Friday May 21st at 7PM, Turntabling will have a table full of obscure and rare goodies at the zombie film festival TERROR IN THE AISLES 4: UNDEAD BY DAWN at Chicago’s legendary Portage Theatre.
Don’t miss this one, as it features a midnight screening of Lucio Fulci’s ZOMBIE, a Turntabling favorite. Complete details below–join us for all the fun and bring your vinyl LP carrying bag–you’ll NEED IT!
Now for sale here at Turntabling: The Horror Films Collection Volume Two, a CD featuring tracks from Lady Frankenstein, Zombie, The New York Ripper, Conquest, and many others. It’s a Lucio Fulci-fest, including two tracks from his “compilation” movie Cat In The Brain at least one of which you may recognize from The Beyond.
This is a fun collection of tracks from Piero Piccioni, Claudio Simonetti, Manuel De Sica and many other well known Italian soundtrack names. The Horror Films Collection Volume Two is a good companion disc to the Goblin greatest hits collections also sold here–put the discs in your changer, hit “shuffle” and be immersed in the sounds of vintage 60s and 70s Italian horror.
Here is a free MP3 from Paisley Babylon’s The Alpha Wave Variations. This almost impossible-to-find CD was long out of print until now (you can buy it from Turntabling here) partly due to being unavailable for digital download.
The free MP3 download ofEibon from The Alpha Wave Variations (copyright 1997 Uncle Buzz/Turntabling Records) is a limited-time download offer. This track also appears on the limited-edition 13 Unusual Tracks compilation given away at Flashback Weekend 2009, along with a few new tracks by Paisley Babylon, plus older songs from GOOP, Post-Mortem Telepathy and Opinion8.
For those familiar with Italian horror film soundtracks, Eibon will definitely ring a bell. The source inspiration for this piece was Lucio Fulci’s The Beyond, also known as The Seven Doors of Death. The beginning sequence of the movie is a blend of creepy Italian horror with a bit of Lovecraft thrown in for good measure. Eibon was inspired by the mood of the film, as well as the fantastic boo-hoo surrealist ending. Continue reading Paisley Babylon Free MP3 Download: Retina from The Alpha Wave Variations→
I have it on good authority that you won’t be seeing Fabio Frizzi’s great soundtrack for The Beyond resurfacing anytime soon–at least not the one released on Dagored back in the early 2000s. The way soundtrack reissues work is that a record label has to chase down licensing rights and pay for permission to reissue the album. It’s never guaranteed that a label will actually GET permission to put out the album. I have no idea what the status of the rights to The Beyond might be, but it’s not coming out again anytime soon and existing copies fetch upwards of $75 each–and that’s for the COMPACT DISC version, NOT the LP. If you spot it somewhere used and it’s cheaper (as if), you’ve found yourself a bargain. You can search all you want for this LP, but everywhere you look it will be listed as Out Of Stock. Except where it’s being sold for extreme collector prices. If you can tell me different, I’m all ears–I’d gladly scoop up one for myself and a big handful to sell right here on Turntabling.
This 12 inch by Funki Porcini is one of my favorite pieces of vinyl. Inspired by (and sampled from) the Lucio Fulci undead classic Zombie, Funki Porcini’s 12 inch opens with the last thing you hear in the movie–the hambone radio announcer’s newscast. “I’ve just been informed that zombies have entered the building. They’re at the door! YEARRRRRGHHHH!”
This album is a great collection of beats. Perfect for chilled out late night listening with the lights turned down to “seduce” and the atmosphere on “bachelor pad”. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED…if you can find it, that is. And sorry, my copy is NOT for sale.
A completely UNRELATED clip by Funki Porcini here, this is just as atmospheric and cool, and the vid is excellent as well: