Thursday, November 30, 2006

Bohemia After Dark on RHR #24

Sometimes loud... Sometimes soft...

I'll be shifting into the late seasonal mode in a few weeks, but for now...

Theme - Oscar Pettiford: 'Bohemia After Dark' from "Another One" (Bethlehem/Avenue Jazz)
David Byrne: 'Glass, Concrete & Stone' from "Grown Backwards" (Nonesuch)
David Murray: 'Ming's Samba' from "Ming's Samba" (Portrait/Epic)
Douglas Adams/Stephen Moore: 'Marvin, I Love You' from "The Very Best of Dr. Demento" (Rhino)
The Frantics: 'Last Will and Temperment' from "Frantic Times" (Deep Shag)
Andy Partridge: 'Sonic Boom' from "Fuzzy Warbles vol. 7" (Ape House)
Gnarls Barkley: 'Smiley Faces' from 'St. Elsewhere' (Downtown)
Susan Cagle: 'Shakespeare' from "The Subway Recordings" (Columbia)
Wim Mertens: 'Maximizing the Audience' from "Maximizing the Audience" (Crepuscule)
Danny Elfman: 'Improv for Alto Sax' from "Serenada Schizophrana" (Sony Classical)
Mindy Jostyn: 'Different Light' from "Five Miles From Hope" (Prime CD)
Manuel Barrueco/Steve Morse: 'Up in the Air' from "Nylon & Steel" (Angel)
Michael Hedges: 'Sofa No. 1' from "Oracle" (Windham Hill)


Monday, November 06, 2006

Bohemia After Dark on RHR #23

Theme - Oscar Pettiford 'Bohemia After Dark' from "Another One" (Bethlehem/Avenue Jazz)
Barenaked Ladies Are Me: "Sound of Your Voice" from 'Barenaked Ladies Are Me' (Desperation/WEA)
Holly Cole: "You Want More" from 'Dark Dear Heart' (Blue Note/EMI)
Bruce Cockburn: "Tried and Tested" from 'You've Never Seen Everything' (Ryko)
Lily Allen: 'Smile' from 'Allright, Still' (EMI)
Galliano: "Earthboots" from 'What Colour Our Flag? (Mercury)
Nellie McKay: "There You Are In Me" from 'Pretty Little Head' (Hungry Mouse)
Esbjörn Svensson Trio: 'Strange Place for Snow' from "Strange Place for Snow" (Columbia)
Andy Sheppard: "Want a Toffee?" from 'Andy Sheppard' (Antilles)
Mulgrew Miller Trio: "Peace" from 'Live at Yoshi's Vol. 1" (MaxJazz)
Imogen Heap: "Headlock" from 'Speak for Yourself' (RCA Victor)
David Sylvian: "Darkest Dreaming" from 'Dead Bees on a Cake' (Virgin)
Michael Hedges: "Sofa No. 1" from 'Oracle' (Windham Hill)

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