Thursday, May 12, 2016

George Montalba [Anton LaVey]: Pipe Organ Favorites

From 1958, in glorious mono high fidelity, it's popular favorites on the pipe organ as played by internationally renowned organist George Montalba (actually a pseudonymn for everyone's favorite ex-carnie prankster and Church of Satan founder Anton LaVey!)

Waltz of the Flowers
Anitra's Dance
Melody in F
Stars Fell on Alabama
The Secret
Put the Moon Back in the Sky
Evening Star
Washington Post March

Album audio & artwork

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1 comment:

  1. Hey, I have this album! (I have quite a disturbing number of old organ rekkids, actually). "Anitras' Dance" is a fave. But it's def not Anton. That's a strange false rumor that can be easily dispelled simply by listening to this album and one of Lavey's back-to-back. Montalba can really play, a true virtuoso, but LaVey just plunks along like your basic living-room organ amateur.