Hunk-Ta-Bunk-Ta SPOOKY

Posted by on October 10, 2016

It’s that SPOOKY time of the year–late October– when days are shorter, nights seem darker and a stillness comes to every living thing waiting for winter. Frost on trees in the early dawn, big moons, and crunching leaves fit the celebration of Halloween perfectly. This time of the year brings back fond memories of many Octobers: bobbing for apples, pumpkin patches, dressing in costume, telling SPOOKY stories, and trick or treating.

But did you know the origin of Halloween? Halloween dates back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. The Celts lived 2,000 years ago and celebrated their new year on November 1st. This new year marked the end of Summer and the beginning of the cold, dark winter. Celts believed that on the night before new year the worlds of the living and dead merged! So on October 31st the Celts celebrated Samhain, where it was thought that the ghosts of the dead returned to earth! Since those days, the festival has transformed into what is now Halloween.

People often ask me which of my albums is my favorite? Hunk-Ta-Bunk-Ta SPOOKY is definitely a top pick. On it are 18 spooky stories and songs for growing goosebumps. It was so much fun writing the songs, adapting the stories, recording it, becoming an old woods-woman, and adding all the sound effects. Have a listen and prepare… to chill you BONES!

Songs for teaching always shares great monthly playlists! Check out Halloween Songs for All Ages:

A Gentle Halloween– Silly Goose & Val
A Good Disguise– Linda Brown/Dr. Thomas Moore
A Haunted House– Linda Brown/Dr. Thomas Moore
A Pirate’s Life– Pam Minor
A Pumpkin Sigh– Linda Brown
All the Candy I’ll Eat– Listen and Learn
Boo Boo Boogie– Dennis Westphall
Boogey Man– Mr. I
The Boogie Woogie Pumpkin Man– The Piano Lady, Wendy Rollin
Boo Who?– Pam Minor
Boo Who?– Silly Goose & Val
Costumes On Parade– Listen and Learn
Creepy, Crawly Spider– Kiboomu Kids Songs
Dark/Lite– Silly Goose & Val
Dem Bones– Katherine Dines
Dem Bones– Traditional Sheet Music/Piano Solo
Five Little Pumpkins– Music with Mar.
Five Weird Witches– Silly Goose & Val
Flicker the Ghost– Pam Minor
Ghost Who’s Afraid– Silly Goose & Val
Halloween– Maple Leaf Learning
Halloween– Ron Brown
Halloween– Silly Goose & Val
The Halloween Bus– Maple Leaf Learning
Halloween Day– Listen and Learn
Halloween Day, Halloween Night– Steve Blunt
Halloween Night– Mr. I
Halloween Songs for Children– Kiboomu Kids Song
Haunted House– Silly Goose & Val
Hey, Hey, It’s Halloween– Two of a Kind
Hobnobbin With A Goblin– Katherine Dines
Horns, Fangs, Knees and Claws– Kiboomu Kids Songs
I’m Not Scared– Two of a Kind
I Want To Be Scary– Maple Leaf Learning
Jac O’Lantern– Silly Goose & Val
Jack-O-Lantern– Linda Brown/Dr. Thomas Moore
Knock Knock Knock– Maple Leaf Learning
Let’s Shake Them Skeleton Bones– Kiboomu Kids Songs
The Little Old Lady Who Wasn’t Afraid of Anything– Music with Mar.
Mr. Jones’ Bones– Katherine Dines
Old Haunted House– Pam Minor
Ooey Gooey Stew– Katherine Dines
One Little Skeleton– Silly Goose & Val
Onyx the Cat– Pam Minor
On Halloween Night– Ellen Allard
Pirate Song– Two of a Kind
Pumpkin Patch– Mr. I
Say Boo!– The Piano Lady, Wendy Rollin
Skeleton Stomp– Pam Minor
Skin & Bones– Silly Goose & Val
Spiders and Snakes– Two of a Kind
Spooky Band– Steve Blunt
Spooky Spooky– Maple Leaf Learning
Ten Little Skeletons– Steve Blunt
Ten Scary Monsters– Kiboomu Kids Songs
There’s a Vampire at My Door!– Steve Blunt
This Holiday is Halloween– Two of a Kind
Trick or Treating– Maple Leaf Learning
Venom– Two of a Kind
Watch Out– Two of a Kind
Waltz of the Skeleton — Spooky Sounds– Kiboomu Kids Songs
Witch’s Stew– Maple Leaf Learning
Witches and Wizards– Pam Minor

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