Hey Mister Jesse #106

Episode #106 of Hey Mister Jesse is now available to download and enjoy. October's show features a slew of new releases, with songs from Patty & The Buttons,Gunhild Carling and The Smoking Time Jazz Club, and tons of international audience feedback. (73 minutes)

00:42 Welcome to episode #106 of Hey Mister Jesse for October 2014.
01:40 News: Changes at eMusic (or Music Nerds Rejoice!)
- Read eMusic.com's update here.
05:00 News: The Dinner Party Download
- Check out episode #273 of NPR's Dinner Party Download podcast for an interesting interview with Quincy Jones.
06:14 News: Keep On Keepin' On
- Watch the trailer.
07:30 News: Winner of the 6th Annual Jazz Dance Film Festival
- Watch the winning Movin' Groovy short film featuring Joe Smith & The Spicy Pickles.
- Watch all of the submissions.
- Learn more about the festival.
08:51 News: The Crowdfunding Corner
- Basement Big Band's First Album
- Uptown Jump - A New Album from Glenn Crytzer's Savoy Seven!
- Patty & The Button's $hitstarter Campaign (buy their XXX EP
- Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox - The Christmas Album
- Watch the video for PMJ's treatment of "Anaconda" (available on iTunes Plus).
26:00 News: Epic Swing
- "Oh Lady Be Good" by Doctor Bernard.
31:33 News: Spooky Swing
- "Swingin At Columbus - A Harlem Ghost Story" by Gunhild Carling.
35:57 News: New New Orleans Releases on Bandcamp
- Shotgun Jazz Band - Yearning
- Maddy And Her Jazz Friends - Maddy And Her Jazz Friends
- Smoking Time Jazz Band - Smokin' Time Five
45:17 Feedback
- Petter Fornes (Oslo, Norway) recommends "Hello Babe" by Lester Young - Kansas City Swing. The Complete Commodore, Signature & Keynote Sessionsa> (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!).
- Ralf Brown (Pittsburgh, PA) recommends "Who Said Shorty Wasn't Coming Back?" and "Night Train" by Lucky Millinder - The Best Of (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!).
- Paul Hoke (Greenville, South Carolina) recommends The Hazelnuts - The Hazelnuts.
- Wil Reed (Connecticut) recommends "Vampire Blues" by Loudon Wainwright III - More Love Songs (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!).
- Annette (Heidelberg, Germany) recommends the new group The White Chocolate Drops.
- Heidi van der Wijk (Rotterdam, Netherlands) recommends "We've got the Blues" by The Spirits of Rhythm 1933-1945 (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!).
- Jose Tello (Seattle, Washington) recommends "Jump Town" by Harry James - 1942 (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!).
- Marc D'Olimpio (Vienna, Austria) recommends "Mr. Rhythm" by Glenn Crytzer and His Syncopators - Harlem Mad (available on iTunes Plus and eMusic).
- David Afonso (Lisbon, Portugal) recommends "Cherry in My Lemon & Lime" by The Three Riffs - Hot Harmony Groups, 1932-1951: That's the Rhythm, Vol. 1 (available on eMusic).
- Henrik Eriksson (Uppsala, Sweden) recommends "As Long As I Live" by The Bobby Hackett Quintett with Eddie Condon & George Wettling - Dixieland (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus). Be sure to check out Henrik's great blog, Swing, Jazz and Blues - Dance To The Music and become a fan of his blog on Facebook.
1:09:24 Thanks
Thanks to Johnny Nocturne for the great theme music!
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1:11:04 Song: "R.C.B." by Patty & The Buttons - XXX EP