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Christmas

Victor Bonato – “This Christmas Eve”

Victor Bonato - "This Christmas Eve" Vic and I have been working on music together for around 11 years or so. You may have heard him on the Cambium release or some of the singles I've posted over the years. He's a wonderfully gifted composer and writes his own brand of music. The first time I heard his work, it struck me as theatrical, odd, and entirely wonderful. It was a bit rough around the edges back then, but so enticing in a mad musical scientist way that pulled me right in. I knew I wanted to work with him......

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Campfire Radio Theater – “The Bones of Saint Nicholas”

Campfire Radio Theater - "The Bones of Saint Nicholas" John Ballentine presents a wonderfully twisted Christmas story, not to mention a wonderful musical challenge for me, in the latest episode of Campfire Radio Theater. Being a fan of "Silent Night Deadly Night" (especially the score) made this project even more fascinating to work on. There is something about blending holidays and horror together that is intriguing, especially when that holiday happens to be Christmas. This episode also features Dani Aviles, someone I have collaborated on various music projects over the last 10+ years. She provides her usual high-quality vocals on......

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The Plot To Overthrow Christmas

If you've read much on my site, then you know I love audio drama. One of my favorite stories comes from Norman Corwin. "The Plot To Overthrow Christmas" was written in 1938. The first time I heard it was as a teenager in a small town. The 1942 version of the play was aired on WSIU, the same station where I heard Nightfall, A Canticle For Leibowitz, The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy, Star Wars, The Fourth Tower Of Inverness, and many more. I did a bit of remastering to remove quite a bit of hum, hiss, clicks, pops, and......

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