David Chudnow's MUTEL Library (a.k.a. Music for Television) yielded stirring melodramatic scoring for any number of low-rent movies and TV programs during the post-WWII years. But MUTEL had a deeper history, yet, as a descendant of Abe Meyer's Meyer Synchronization Service, a prolific purveyor of prefabricated orchestrations to numerous Proverty Row chillers of the Depression years -- such as WHITE ZOMBIE and THE VAMPIRE BAT. This first CD-spinoff from Michael H. Price's acclaimed FORGOTTEN HORRORS movie books presents a generous selection of MUTEL soundtrack cues, as digitized from an original pressing.
This product is manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media.