Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Bohemia After Dark on WHDD #50 (Holiday '09)

Thanks for waiting.

The Holidays spark inspiration for many; with so much music already jammed into the hearts & minds, another hour hopefully won't put you over the edge...

Seriously, it's been a privilege. Have an enjoyable weekend.

Mojo Nixon and Skid Roper: 'Transylvanian Xmas' from "Frenzy" (Enigma)
Modern Mandolin Quartet: 'Overture to The Nutcracker Suite' from "The Holiday Sounds of Windham Hill" (Windham Hill)
Alec Duffy: 'Every Day is Christmas' (Asthmatic Kitty)
Paul McCandless, James Matheson and Robin May: '17th Century Canon' from "A Winter's Solstice II" (Windham Hill)
Owl City: 'The Christmas Song' (Owl City/Universal)
Imogen Heap: 'The Fire' from "Ellipse" (Megaphonic)
Carmen McRae: 'The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire) from "Jingle Bell Jazz" (Columbia)
The Musical Cast Of Toys Featuring Wendy & Lisa: 'Closing of the Year' from "Just Say Noël" (Geffen)
Music Bed - NRBQ: 'God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen' from "Christmas Wish" (Big Notes)
Pearl Bailey: 'A Five Pound Box Of Money' from "Hipsters' Holiday: Vocal Jazz & R&B Classics" (Rhino)
Paul and Storm: 'Grandma's Christmas Dinner' (
Moxy Fruvous: 'Huge on the Luge' (
Jonathan Coulton: 'Chiron Beta Prime' from "Thing a Week Two" (
Stan Freberg: 'Christmas Dragnet' from "Tip of the Freberg" (Rhino)
David Benoit: 'Carol of the Bells' from "A GRP Christmas Collection" (GRP)
Band Aid 20: 'Do They Know It's Christmas?' (Universal)
Paul Winter Consort: 'Midnight/Adeste' from "Solstice Live!" (Living Music)
Michael Hedges: 'Bach Prelude To Cello Suite #1 In G Major' from "A Winter's Solstice II" (Windham Hill)


BAD 50

Thursday, December 03, 2009

BAD Now on Thursdays at 11PM ET

Time changes sometimes slip the minds of those who have changed, so I'm the one who needs reminding.

Listeners to Emily Edelman's fabulous "Under the Floorboards" on Thursdays get my little musical sandbox right afterwards.

"Bohemia After Dark" is now Thursdays at 11 pm ET on WHDD/WBSL and online at

On the cusp of finally getting 'round to the magic number of 50 programs, I have to apologize for these excessive gaps in producing new content. If you have concerns, please don't hesitate to send a message on over.

Two ways to contact the show: email is; or follow me on Twitter at New shows will also be available on demand as usual at

I think that's it for now. Thanks as always for your patience and time.