Just in time for All Hallow's Eve, here is a suitably atmospheric roller disco classic from Danish harmonica legend Lee Oskar – "Haunted House". Lee is better known for his soulful playing with War on tunes like "Baby Brother" and "Low Rider" but here he trades strutting for suggestiveness and the results are all the more euphoric for it.

Built around a shimmering Fender Rhodes, a whispery guitar arpeggio and an insistent slo-mo disco beat, less is definitely more. It's all so lush and effortless that 7 minutes scarcely feels like long enough to appreciate it and the slightly surreal chorus makes complete sense in context. There's a Leftside Wobble re-edit of this tune doing the rounds, but we recommend the original. Spine-tingling.

Re-posted from the superb The Beat! blog. Mosey on over to their marvellous posts. I'd suggest doing it pretty quick n' all.