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"Vampire Fish For Two​!​"

by Doctor Gasp and the Eeks

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djim reynolds
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djim reynolds always engaging and entertaining, there is no other like dan blakeslee, er, doctor gasp. great music from one of new england's finest. listen to the album, but do yourself a favor and check out the good doctor and his assistants in a live setting. Favorite track: Vampire Fish.
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PaisleyTunes Anything by Dan Blakeslee, Dr. Gasp's mysterious alter ego, is worth collecting, especially the halloween themed limited editions.

Blakeslee's original cover-artwork deserves a frame & prime wall space.

We're still listening to the album on repeat - more will be written once the Vampire Fish for Two is fully digested. Favorite track: RAWR!.
LJ Brubaker
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LJ Brubaker Boston-native beautiful person Dan Blakeslee fulfills all your musical Halloween needs and then some in this gem of an album, well worth an year-round listen. Favorite track: Monster Mash.
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    Limited edition screen printed album of Halloween folk, ragtime hits! Handmade by Dan Blakeslee ( Doctor Gasp)! Gatefold with "Misshapen Jack-O-Lantern fold out poster. Each album is numbered... fangs not included!!!

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Vampire Fish 03:24
Monster Mash 04:34
RAWR! 02:44
The Werewolf 03:50


Recorded with a 4-track cassette machine at a 19th Century rural speakeasy in Durham, NH and at other New England locations. While mixing the album in a warehouse in Rollinsford, NH a bat flew into the studio ( yes... true ) YOW!


released October 1, 2013


Dan Blakeslee (Doctor Gasp) - acoustic guitar (all tracks), vocals (all tracks), electric guitar (5), organ, (2, 5, 7) record scratching (8), cello (2), banjo, (8), background noises (all tracks)

Mike Effenberger - piano (1, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9), backing vocals (1, 3, 4, 9)

Nick Phaneuf - bass (1, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9), backing vocals (1, 3, 4, 9)

Jim Rudolf - drums (1, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9), backing vocals (1, 3, 4, 9), zombie sounds (8)

Pete Dellea (Cousin Pete) - percussion (1, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9), frying pan (8), zombie sounds (8), saw (2)

Mary Dellea - backing vocals (3), zombie sounds (8)

Madame Bamboo - vocals (3, 7)

Ben Aleshire - trumpet (1, 4, 6)

Alec Spiegelman - clarinet (1, 2, 4, 6)

Sam Lebeau - banjo (4, 6)

MIXING: By Chris Chase and Dan Blakeslee at 1130ft Studio in Rollinsford, NH

MASTERING: By Chris Decato at Decato Sound in Lebanon, NH

All songs written by Dan Blakeslee c 2013 except "Monster Mash" (Pickett/Capizzi) and "The Werewolf" by Michael Hurley

All album artwork and design by Dan Blakeslee

ENGINEERED BY: Dan Blakeslee on a portable Tascam 4-track machine in Durham, NH (1800's Speakeasy) - Somerville, MA (Cluttered Caverns) - Dover, NH (Nailbiter Nicks) - Salem, MA (Olde Burying Point Cemetery) - Becket, MA (Dream Away Lodge - on October Mountain)

LABEL: Lightning Plug Records LPR51014

WEBSITE: www.doctorgasp.com

BOOKING: danblakesleebooking@gmail.com


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Doctor Gasp Somerville, Massachusetts

In October of 2001 Dan Blakeslee wrote a song "Witchtrot Road" about a street of local legend in South Berwick, Maine. He presented this ghoulish tale a few days before Halloween and was asked about releasing it on vinyl. With a few more spooky morsels the collection was released in 2003. After 10 years a new album "Vampire Fish For Two!" has surfaced with his band Doctor Gasp & the Eeks! Rawr! ... more

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