Welcome to episode #022 of Hey Mister Jesse. October's show features a ton news and great new releases, a super-sized interview with arranger David Berger, two songs by his group The Sultans Of Swing and comments from our listeners. (77 minutes)
|00:44||Welcome to episode #022 of Hey Mister Jesse.|
|02:42||News: Yehoodi Radio
- September Guest DJ is Jonas Pettersson (Uppsala, Sweden)
|04:14||News: Featured on Adam Curry's Podfinder
- Download and listen to Hey Mister Jesse featured on Episode #27.
- And check out Adam Curry's Daily Source Code podcast (a favorite of Jesse and Spuds).
|05:28||News: Other notable podcasts
- Jazz Profiles on NPR
|08:10||News: Little Beat Records
- The Harlem Kiddies - 1940 - 45
- Swingstryke 7 - Count's Place
- You can order both CDs by emailing the label. Be patient as the guys running the label are a small group of swing enthusiasts (like us!), not a major reseller like Amazon.
|16:24||News: New Releases
- Jonathan Stout And His Campus Five Featuring Hilary Alexander - Moppin' and Boppin' ("920 Special" lyrics written by Los Angeles Balboa dancer Sam Militello)
- Ingrid Lucia & The Flying Neutrinos - Don't Stop
- Queen Latifah - Trav'lin' Light (available from Amazonmp3)
- The Brian Setzer Orchestra - Wolfgang's Big Night Out (available from Amazonmp3)
|20:39||News: Update on buying mp3s online
- iTunes goes wi-fi!
Song: "Makin' Whoopie" by David Berger & The Sultans Of Swing - Doin' The Do
Song: "He Ain't Got Rhythm" by Champian Fulton with David Berger & The Sultans Of Swing - Champian
- Christina Oppold (New York, New York) recommends website for blues videos: www.thebluesdaily.com. Definitely watch John Lee Hooker's swinging "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer", and be sure to check out Christina's online Swing Dancer Magazine.
- Henrik Eriksson (Uppsala, Sweden) corrects us about Rosemary and George Clooney's relationship and shares two great videos (Jimmy Smith and The Blue Note Big Band - Moanin' and Nikki Yanofsky - Evil Gal Blues) that he has featured on his Swing, Jazz and Blues blog.
- Mary Holt (Chicago, IL) turns us onto the Django-influenced Swing Gitan.