The vinyl-savvy ghouls at Spoken Arts label Cadabra Records present an intense reading of EDGAR ALLAN POE’s The Black Cat for deluxe vinyl-only release.
- Limited pressing on 150 gram vinyl
- Printed on a deluxe heavy weight tip-on gatefold jacket
- Includes a fold out insert with additional art by Jeremy Hush, liner notes by Fabio Frizzi
- Essay by Fabio Capuzza, author of Goblin: Seven Notes in Red
- Includes a 24" x 36" poster
- Newly commissioned art by Jeremy Hush
The classic Poe tale The Black Cat is here told by stage and screen icon and regular Cadabra reader Anthony D. P. Mann and is the label’s second collaboration with famed composer Fabio Frizzi, preceded by H. P. Lovecraft’s, The Picture In The House. The album is rendered with newly commissioned art by Jeremy Hush.
Fabio Frizzi was originally set to score Lucio Fulci’s The Black Cat in 1981 which never happened; Cadabra Records edition also serves as a nod to Lucio Fulci.
Frizzi states, “It’s been a while. The Black Cat is back. And with enthusiasm, the magical flow of creativity is again with me!”
|Liner notes||Fabio Frizzi|