Release Date:08/25/2017;Notes:Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. The spoken/horror arts curators at Cadabra Records announce the label's most ambitio...Click To Read More About This Product
Release Date:08/25/2017;Notes:Limited colored vinyl LP pressing. The spoken/horror arts curators at Cadabra Records announce the label's most ambitious project yet, with the release of Robert W. Chambers' The Yellow Sign, the cult classic which inspired the acclaimed HBO series, True Detective. The story has here been professionally recited by popular filmmaker and actor, Anthony D. P. Mann, the LP featuring extensive notes by weird fiction scholar S. T. Joshi, and a brilliant and haunting score by composer Maurizio Guarini, of Italian prog/horror ions, Goblin. Guarini is a composer, arranger and multi- instrumentalist. Born in Rome, Italy in 1955, his music exploration went through prog, jazz-rock, fusion, and since joining Goblin in 1975, he has worked on hundreds of film scores and studio/live productions, including soundtracks for cult classics like Suspiria, the European release of Dawn Of The Dead, and much more. Guarini relocated to Canada in 1999, and has been recently touring worldwide with Goblin. He released his first solo album in 2013, and is currently working on a new solo project. Anthony D.P. Mann is a Canadian-based filmmaker and actor with five feature films and a lifetime of stage and radio to his credit. In roles ranging from Count Dracula and The Phantom Of The Opera, to Ebenezer Scrooge, his love of the classics is evident in his work. He is delighted to be lending his voice to a series of releases with Cadabra Records.;Special Attributes:COLORED VINYL
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