Welcome to episode #036 of Hey Mister Jesse. December's show features a swinging holiday eMusic 8-Count Swing, an interview with Lech Wierzynski of The California Honeydrops and songs from their new album, another swinging mash-up from DJ G3RsT, and plenty of audience feedback! (75 minutes)
|00:45||Welcome to episode #036 of Hey Mister Jesse.|
|01:57||News: Yehoodi Radio
- December Guest DJ: Jason "JK" Kolucki (New Jersey)
|04:19||News: AmieStreet.com Update
- Anita O'Day - Live At Mingo's (with Norman Simmons)
|06:52||News: Soulful Podcast
- Nov. 18th interview with soul singer Raphael Saadiq on The Sound Of Young America
|09:16||News: Recent Holiday Finds
- Ella Fitzgerald - Ella Wishes You A Swinging Christmas (reissued) (available from AmazonMp3 and iTunes)
- Tony Bennett - A Swingin' Christmas Featuring The Count Basie Big Band (available from AmazonMp3 and iTunes)
- To learn more about Tony's daugher Antonia, visit her website: www.antoniabennett.com
- Various Artists - Putumayo Presents: A Jazz & Blues Christmas
8-Count Swing: Holiday Swing on eMusic.com
8. "Blue Christmas" by The Boilermaker Jazz Band - Swingin' the Season
- "Baby, It's Cold Outside (Mulato Beat Remix)" by Louis Armstrong & Velma Middleton - Holiday Lounge: The Christmas Remixes
Producers Picks on Yehoodi Radio:
Please let us know if YOU have an 8-Count Swing suggestion.
|40:41||Interview: Lech Wierzynski
- For more information, visit The California Honeydrops' website and myspace site
- Bernard Berkhout (Netherlands) shares a video of his big band performing "Swingtime In The Rockies".
- Matt Greenwood (Melbourne, Australia) shares an entertaining video "The Wiggles Wiggle and Learn The Mooche".
- Henrik Eriksson (Uppsala, Sweden) recommends a jump blues song called "Where Did You Go, Bettie Page" by Rick Vito on the album Band Box Boogie and a great book about swing music called Swing: The Essential Listening Companion by Scott Yanow. Don't forget to check out Henrik's great blog, Swing, Jazz and Blues - Dance To The Music. For those not familiar with Bettie Page, visit her website.
- Morgan Day (Orange, CA) recommends the Japanese band Kansas City Band and their album Otonanojijou (Yay! It's available on eMusic!).
- DJ G3RSt shares another swinging mash-up
Song: "Bloom To Me" (Nirvana's "In Bloom" vs. Koop's "Come To Me") by DJ G3RsT