Hey Mister Jesse #101

Episode #101 of Hey Mister Jesse is now available to download and enjoy. May’s show features an unreleased recording from Frank Foster, new music from Postmodern JukeboxThe Jonathan Doyle QuintetGordon Webster & Hetty KateDJ Michmash and more, and tons of international audience feedback. (101 minutes)

00:43 Welcome to episode #101 of Hey Mister Jesse for May 2014.
02:40 News: Coming Up: The Hey Mister Jesse Awards
- HMJ Awards coming this summer!
- Listeners' Favorite Award: Please vote for your favorite album featured on the podcast over the past 8 years. Submit your vote by the end of May.
04:05 News: Frankie 100 Update
- Can't make it to NYC for the big event? Watch live streaming on Yehoodi.com!
12:30 News: Glenn Crytzer's Patreon Project
- Support Glenn's Patreon Project
14:15 News: What's New With Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox?
- "Drunk In Love" by Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox feature Cristina Gatti (available on iTunes Plus)
- Read the blog post (and watch the video) here.
- Catch Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox on tour in June.
- Check out Scott's new project, Saturday Morning Slow Jam.

Feature: 8-Count Swing: New Releases

8 of my favorite new swinging releases.

8. "Save It for the Next Guy" by Gaucho - Thinking of You
7. "Well Alright Then" by Smoking Time Jazz Club - I Need Someone Like You
6. "Let's Go" by The Hot Sardines - Sardine 3: Frolicking In The Playground
5. "Blackstick" by Blackstick - Blackstick
4. "Riverboat Shuffle" by Gentlemen & Gangsters - 2 tracks from Rock that Swing Festival 2014 Cd
3. "When I Get Low I Get High" by Falty & The Defects - Covers From Another Mother (recommended by David Soltysik from Silver Spring, MD)
2. "Shagtown Jubilee" by Thrift Set Orchestra - Digital EP (recommended by Annette from Heidelberg, Germany and David Afonso from Lisbon, Portugal)
2 (Bonus!): "The Austin Bounce" by Jonathan Doyle Quintet - The Fed Hop (recommended by Mike Smith from Austin, TX)
1. "Eight, Nine & Ten" by Hetty Kate & Gordon Webster - Gordon Webster Meets Hetty Kate (also available on CDBaby)

"Boogie Next To You" (Ray Anthony vs. The Police) by Michmash - ZootBoot Volume 2: Vintage Mashups and Remixes

56:54 Feedback
- Ben Beccari (Milan, Italy) recommends "Thanks A Million" by Louis Armstrong - The Complete Decca Studio Master Takes 1935 - 1939 Centennial Edition (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus).
- Bonnie Prater (Oregon) clarifies the pronunciation of Charlie Spivak's name.
- Aleix Prats (Montreal, Canada) recommends "Nuff Said" (2/8/44) by the Ben Webster Quintet - Complete 1943-1951 Small Group Recordings (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus) and "Kat's Fur" (4/17/44) by the Ben Webster Quartet - Jazz Foundations Vol. 2 (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!). Any idea of the inspiration for these tracks' names?
- Laura Windley (North Carolina) "Stayin' Alive" by Gary Lawrence and His Sizzling Syncopators - Gary Lawrence and His Sizzling Syncopators LP. Watch a video of the band performing this song live.
- Chris Nickl (Albuquerque, NM) recommends "Caprice No. 24" by The Julian Bliss Septet - Julian Bliss: A Tribute to Benny Goodman (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!).
- Rick Bray (Binghamton, NY) recommends "Time's All Gone (Part 1)" by Nick Waterhouse - Time's All Gone (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!).
- Barbara Heggen (Sydney, Australia) shares Pokey LaFarge's elevator video.
- Ben Nathan (San Francisco) recommends "Lindy Hop Deluxe Suite Pt. 1 (Raw Shuffle)" by The Yalloppin' Hounds - Lindy Hop Deluxe (available on iTunes Plus and eMusic).
- Wil Reed (CT) recommends "The Crawdad Shuffle" by Craig Brenner - Live at the Old Mint.
- Heidi van der Wijk (Rotterdam, Netherlands) recommends "I'm Beginning To See The Light" by Hop-sh-Bam Connection. Also check out Marie-Anne's big band project and a video of her group Mary & her Swing Serenaders performing at the Ghent Hoppers Exchange.
- Omar Myers (Seoul, South Korea) recommends "Old & Crazy (Feat. Esperanza Spalding)" by Bruno Mars - Unorthodox Jukebox (Deluxe).
- Robert Cullen (Netherlands) recommends Chick Webb and Ella Fitzgerald Mosaic collection.
- Annette (Heidelberg, Germany) sends her thanks and congratulations.
- Jose Tello (Seattle, Washington) "Design for Jivin'" by Ray Nance - The Complete 1940-1949 Non-Ducal Violin Recordings (available on iTunes Plus).
- Marc D'Olimpio (Vienna, Austria) reminds listeners to support the Hey Mr. Jesse Gift fund and recommends "Accentuate the Positive" by John Boutte - Good Neighbor (available on iTunes Plus and eMusic).
- Morgan Day (Orange, CA) recommends "South" by Andy Kirk & His 12 Clouds Of Joy - Kansas City: Swing, Blues, Jive & Boogie (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!). Jesse also recommends "South" by Lindy Hop Heaven - Lindy Hop Heaven. Be sure to check out Morgan's blog, ickeroo.
- Henrik Eriksson (Uppsala, Sweden) recommends "It Ain't Right" by Dick McDonough & His Orchestra feat. Bunny Berigan - 1936 - 1937 In Discography Order (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!). 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.
1:37:12 Thanks
Thanks to Johnny Nocturne for the great theme music!
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Song: "Brother Could You Spare A Mercedes Benz" (Janis Joplin vs. Leo Reisman) by G3RSt - ZootBoot Volume 2: Vintage Mashups and Remixes