It – Stephen King

di Davide Morresi


Un classico dell’horror. La storia di sette ragazzi che lottano contro il male. La storia delle storie, quella che ha generato lo spaventoso clown entrato nell’immaginario tenebroso di ogni tempo. Dopo It, è impossibile non essere percorsi da un fremito di gelo quando si vede un pagliaccio.

Nella playlist, in cui il rock’n’roll è indiscusso protagonista, trovate tutti i brani che Stephen King cita in quello che viene spesso indicato come il suo capolavoro.

Questo libro fa parte del nostro Speciale Halloween 2019. Per l’articolo completo clicca qui.

Editore: Sperling & Kupfer

Ascolta la colonna sonora: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6lo5CzT0CQhPjqFw1bmRPe?si=ncew28IZQIuJ3URkG5J7Sw

  1. My town – Micheal Stanley Band
  2. Hey hey, my my (Into the black) – Neil Young
  3. Born in the U.S.A. – Bruce Springsteeen
  4. Fur Elise – Ludwig Van Beethoven
  5. Dancing in the dark – Bruce Springstreen
  6. Hysteria – Def Leppard
  7. We’re not gonna take it – Twisted Sister
  8. Living after midnight – Judas Priest
  9. I heard it through the grapevine – Marvine Gaye
  10. Mandy – Barry Manilow
  11. You can’t hurry love – The Supremes
  12. Earth angel – The Penguins
  13. The battle hymn of the Republic
  14. Lo schiaccianoci, Op. 71, Act 2: Divertissement – Ciaikovskij
  15. Whole lotta shakin’ going on – Jerry Lee Lewis
  16. Like a virgin – Madonna
  17. Oh! Carol – Neil Sekada
  18. Come softly to me – The Fleetwoods
  19. Speedy Gonzales – Pat Boone
  20. Goin’ steady – Tommy Sands
  21. Tutti frutti – Little Richard
  22. I put a spell on you – Screamin’ Jay Hawkins
  23. Rockin’ Robin – Bobby Day
  24. Maine stein song – Ken Rosen
  25. Walk like a man – Frankie Valli & The Four Season
  26. Here’s to State of Mississippi – Phil Ochs
  27. Gloria – Them
  28. Surfin’ bird – The Trashmen
  29. I’m not a juvenile delinquent – Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers
  30. JhgJingle jangle – The Penguins
  31. Why do fools fall in love – Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers
  32. Be-bop-a-lula – Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps
  33. Palisades Park – Freddy Cannon
  34. You never can tell – Chuck Berry
  35. Mistletoe and Holly – Frank Sinatra
  36. Sea cruise – Frankie Ford
  37. Summertime blues – Eddie Cochran
  38. Ain’t that a shame – Fats Domino
  39. Little demon – Screamin’ Jay Hawlkins
  40. Bristol stomp – The Dovells
  41. You’ve got another thing coming – Judas Priest
  42. Fear of the dark – Iron Maiden
  43. Rock and roll is here to stay – Danny and The Juniors
  44. Tall Paul – Annette Funicello
  45. Ain’t no mountain high enough – Marvin Gaye
  46. Dance to the bop – Gene Vincent
  47. All along the watchtower – Jimi Hendrix
  48. Imagine – John Lennon
  49. Out in the fields – Gary Moore
  50. Riders on the storm – The Doors
  51. Auld lang syne – Guy Lombardo
  52. Diana – Paul Anka
  53. Teen-age crush – Tommy Sands
  54. Love letter in the sand – Pat Boone
  55. Can’t help falling in love – Elvis Presley
  56. Here comes the girls – Ernie K-Doe
  57. Blue suede shoes – Carl Perking
  58. Beyond the see – Bobby Darin
  59. Peggy Sue – Buddy Holly
  60. High School Confidential – Jerry Lee Lewis
  61. Daddy’s Home – Shep and The Limelites
  62. See see rider – LaVern Baker
  63. Finger Poppin’ Time – Hank Ballard
  64. Down in Mexico The Coasters
  65. This old heart of mine (is weak for you) – The Isley Brothers
  66. 16 Candles – The Crests
  67. Sh-boom – The Chords
  68. Drinkin’ wine spo dee o dee – Stick McGhee
  69. You don’t want me – Earl Hooker
  70. Oh! Boy – Buddy Holly
  71. Sausalito summernight – Diesel
  72. Love story theme
  73. Green river – Creedence Clearwater Revival
  74. Rock and roll girls – John Fogerty