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The Carl Stalling Project – Music from Warner Bros. Cartoons 1936-1958

Posted in Uncategorized by Mogo on September 26, 2007

um… I think the title of this one is about as self-explanatory as it gets. Stalling’s Wiki entry gives some more info on the man himself, and the recordings are


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  1. Metagnathous said,

    Excellent site, and very much to my taste – much of it reminds me of my old long-lost record collection.

    Well done, thank you.

  2. dave said,

    a wacky masterpiece! after listening to this I could see where some of John Zorn’s influences have come from\, especially the Torture Garden feat. y eye. antways thanks again

  3. Spring Day said,

    That’s quite an accident. This morning after getting up, I listened to Vol. 2 of … the Carl Stalling Project. Then I start the computer and stroll around on the internet and after a while I remember that I haven’t been to your site for quite a few day. And then, what do I see? The Carl Stalling Project 🙂 This music is really so much fun. I can only hope that enough people who are looking for Puerto Rican Pussies would end up listening to Carl Stalling, hehe

  4. […] concrete for sampler: “Cartoon for Scott Bradley” is a piano/sampler duet that evokes Carl Stalling at his finest; “Trio for Samplers” also being aptly […]

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