|A1||–Fred & The New J.B.'s||The Monorail||8:12|
|A2||–Johnny Guitar Watson||Ain't That A Bitch||5:02|
|B1||–Lee Oskar||Haunted House||6:12|
|B2||–Ronny Jordan||After Hours||5:50|
Related Music albums to The Monorail, Ain't That A Bitch, Haunted House, After Hours by Various.
Ain’t That a Bitch is a funk album by the American musician Johnny "Guitar" Watson, whose long career influenced the development of blues, soul music, rhythm and blues, funk and rock music. It was recorded and released in 1976. It was Watson's first successful funk album and contains a few of his best-known funk songs. It was certified as a Gold Record for sales of more than 500,000 copies.
High as fuck, comin' down but I'm rollin' up Haunted house, haunted blunts Blowin' ghosts when I'm dopin' up Three knocks, open up Spider webs cover everything 100 woods that ain't enough She rollin' drugs till her fingers bleed Pass her way she pass away Flick ash and she pass a flame Overdose and I'm the one. the blame Young Bones she know my name All alone, all alone, close my eyes and then I'm in my zone Dyin' slow, dyin' slow, ring the bell but ain't no one home
A Haunted House’, by Virginia Woolf, both is and is not a ghost story. In less than two pages of prose, Woolf explores, summons, and subverts the conventions of the ghost story, offering a modernist take on the genre. A Haunted House’, which first appeared in Woolf’s 1921 short-story collection Monday or Tuesday, can be read here. A Haunted House’ is at once easy and difficult to summarise; how we analyse the story depends on which aspects we emphasise. In summary, the narrator describes the house where she and her partner live.
A Haunted House is a story by Virginia Woolf. The ghost couple is portrayed to be roaming the house for the better part of the story trying to find something (love) that they cannot seem to find. These happenings portray love as something that is not easy to come by. For anyone to find true love they must be patient, persistent, and unrelenting just as it was the case for the ghost couple. Additionally, the house is used to symbolize love. The house had been inhabited.
Old Ghost had a Haunted House, Halloweeny-O. And in this house he had some chains, Halloweeny-O With a clang-clang here And a clang-clang there, Here a clang, there a clang, Everywhere a clang-clang. Old Ghost had a Haunted House, Halloweeny-O Old Ghost had a Haunted House, Halloweeny-O. And in this house the stairs would creak, Halloweeny-O With a creak-creak here And a creak-creak there, (Repeat clang sounds) Old Ghost had a Haunted House, Halloweeny-O Old Ghost had a Haunted House, Halloweeny-O
Bass, Keyboards, Vocals, Guitar, Written-By, Producer, Arranged By – Johnny Guitar Watson. Design – Alan Sekuler. Drums, Co-producer – Emry Thomas. Photography – Lorrie Sullivan. Saxophone – Paul Dunmall. Trombone – Tommy Roberson. Trumpet – Peter Martin (4). Written-By – Renaldo Rey (tracks: A3).
A Haunted House" is a short short story in the fantasy genre about a ghost couple and a living couple occupying the same dwelling. Hogarth Press published the story in London in 1921 as part of a collection of Woolf stories entitled Monday or Tuesday. In the same year, Harcourt, Brace, and Company, In. published the collection in New York City. A man and woman who occupy a house hear male and female ghosts wandering about the dwelling as they talk about a finding a treasure. The living man and woman have no knowledge of a treasure, such as gold or money, hidden on their property. When they were alive, the ghosts had occupied the house more than a century before the current residents. The woman died first, and the man left the house and traveled.