Welcome to episode #027 of Hey Mister Jesse. March's show features lots of exciting news, a tribute to Hawaiian musical legend Aunty Genoa Keawe, the 8-Count Swing at the movies, audience feedback and plenty of swinging music! (81 minutes)
|00:43||Welcome to episode #027 of Hey Mister Jesse.
Check out why Spuds is under the weather.
|01:59||News: Yehoodi Radio
- February Guest DJ: Bill Speidel (Norfolk, Virginia)
|04:33||News: Nikki Yanofsky Teams Up With Herbie Hancock and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
- Check out the audio book and listen to Nikki performing Stompin' At The Savoy.
|10:09||News: New Release
- Catherine Russell - Sentimental Streak (available from AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus)
|12:29||News: eMusic Goes Trad Jazz (Listener Favorites)
- "The Five Pennies" by The Famous Castle Jazz Band - The Five Pennies (recommended by Robert Barbier)
- "Wrap Your Cares In Rhythm And Romance" by Banu Gibson - Love Is Good For Anything That Ails You (recommended by LindyGroove house DJ Vicky Chan)
- "Savoy Blues" by Kid Ory - Kidy Ory Plays The Blues (recommended by Nathan Malone - check out all four of Nathan's Albums For Lindy Hoppers).
- "My Little Grass Shack In Kealakekua, Hawaii" by Firehouse Five Plus Two - Around The World (pilfered from Spuds!)
News: Aunty Genoa Keawe RIP
8-Count Swing: Soundtrack Gems
8. "I'm Beginning To See The Light" by Kelly Rowland - Mona Lisa Smile Soundtrack (available from AmazonMp3 and iTunes)
Please let us know if YOU have an 8-Count Swing suggestion.
- Discussion of Native Instrument's free Beatport Sync DJ software.
- Daniel Ng (Melbourne, Australia, formerly from London) writes about Pandora.com being blocked outside of the U.S.
- James Pustejovsky (Chicago, Illinois) recommends Fletcher Henderson's Architect Of Swing feature on NPR's Jazz Profiles podcast.
- Bernard Berkhout (Netherlands) shares a video of him performing back in the 80s! Look for Bernard, the clarinetist who plays the solo after the second trompet solo.
- Robert Cullen (Eindhoven, Netherlands) recommends comedian Hans Teeuwen's tribute to Frank Sinatra Hans Teeuwen Zingt. Thanks to Chantal for her pronunciation lesson!
- Morgan Day (DJ @ Coffee Depot, Riverside, CA and Strutter's Ball, Orange, CA) recommends The Midiri Brothers' album A Shaw Thing.
- Henrik Eriksson (Uppsala, Sweden) recommends Lannie Garrett's album Kick It! (available from AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus). Don't forget to regularly read Henrik's great blog Swing, Jazz and Blues - Dance To The Music.