Friday, May 21, 2010

What's Next?

I rarely ask that question, unless it's vitally important to the future of a person, place or thing.

Truth is, I'd like to very much expand on the nature of what keeps me presenting Bohemia After Dark as it currently is. Appreciation; for the music and reactions from those who have heard the show (or remember it from its incarnation at WKZE). I don't get very many comments or emails from listeners, but when I do, they're often positive.

I'd also like to figure out how to broaden the horizons a bit. A few additions are in the works (that includes you, Facebook Nation). But for now, be assured that another edition of the show is on the way. I'd like to thank you for being such a kind and understanding audience. The muse can ebb and flow week to week, but the deal remains the same: Music. Humor. Words.

Please remember to lend your support to They truly are a fantastic group and I wouldn't be doing this without them. Honest.

In the meantime, enjoy this diversion from the hilarious Mike Phirman

Tuesday, May 04, 2010

Bohemia After Dark on WHDD #53

Theme - Oscar Pettiford: 'Bohemia After Dark' from "Another One" (Bethlehem/Avenue Jazz)
Jonsi: 'Go Do' from "Go"(Beggars Group)
Pat Metheny: 'Spirit of the Air' from "Orchestrion" (Nonesuch)
Tracey Thorn: 'Why Does The Wind' from "Love and Its Opposite" (Strange Feeling)
Terry Callier: 'Fool Me Fool You' from "Hidden Conversations" (Mr. Bongo)
Steely Dan: 'Any World (That I'm Welcome To)' from "Katy Lied" (MCA)   
Gil Scott-Heron: 'I'll Take Care Of You' from "I'm New Here" (XL Recordings)   
Jennifer Warnes: 'Pretending To Care' from "The Hunter" (Private)
Tal Wilkenfeld: 'Truth Be Told' from "Transformation" (As Is)
TV's Kyle: 'Stop Moping Around by TV's Kyle' (
Imogen Heap: 'Tidal' from "Ellipse" (Megaphonic)
XTC: 'The Disappointed' from "Fossil Fuel: The XTC Singles Collection 1977-1992" (Virgin)
Sun Ra:'Plutonian Nights' from "WIRED Presents Music Futurists" (Rhino)


Monday, May 03, 2010

OM Frakkin' G!! Bohemia After Dark is now available on iTunes!

Surprise! Surprise! Surprise!

It gives me great pleasure to introduce the following addition to access this audible fun fest...

Big thanks to Marshall Miles, Emily and the gallant crew at RobinHoodRadio for making this possible.

As with the on-demand page at RobinHoodRadio, only the last three or four shows will be available for download, so if you've missed older shows, you can listen to them on the streaming player
available here on the playlist site.

I'm excited by this development and hope that you can show me some love and write a review on the iTunes store page. As with the many thousands of programs already available via iTunes, any feedback will get notice and hopefully will come back to support RobinHoodRadio in return. 

I thank you for your continued interest and hope you can spread the word.