Hey Mister Jesse #111

Episode #111 of Hey Mister Jesse is now available to download and enjoy. March's show features an 8-Count Swing tribute to Clark Terry, new music from Benoit Viellefon & His Orchestra and The Rhythm Baby Makers, and tons of international audience feedback.(91 minutes)

01:00 Welcome to episode #111 of Hey Mister Jesse for March 2015.
01:52 News: DJ Chrisbe's FINAL Song of the Week
DJ Chrisbe's Song of the Week #260: I've Found A New Baby [End of the Series].
04:13 News: New Episode of the From The Top Podcast
From The Top Episode #2.
05:37 News: Kickstarter Corner
- Ron Sunshine is making a new record…FINALLY! (Goal: $18,000 / Deadline: March 20th)
- Tin Pan - American Roots Music Volume Six (Goal: $7,500 / Deadline: March 12th)
11:39 News: Spotify + Shazam = Spazam?
- Save All Your Best Music Moments.
13:48 News: New Releases
- "Gimme Song" by The Dancing and Drinking Society - Remember The Days
- "Delta Bound" by Hippocampus Jass Gang - Baltimore Oriole
- "Ferme La Bouche" by Benoit Viellefon & His Orchestra - Mon Amor (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus)
26:40 8-Count Swing: Clark Terry

RIP Clark Terry (1920 - 2015) - Read his obituary from the New York Times.

After going through his extensive discography of 902 recording sessions, I present 8 of my favorite swinging songs by the legendary Clark Terry!

- "Some Of This 'N' Some Of That (live)" by Joe Williams - At Newport '63 (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus) (1963)

8. "Billy's Bounce" by Clark Terry & His Section-Eights - V-Disc Era 1943-1949 (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus) (1947)
7. "Jones" by Duke Ellington's Spacemen - The Cosmic Scene (available on AmazonMp3 and eMusic) (1958)
6. "Just Squeeze Me (duet with Vanessa Rubin)" by Clark Terry - Live on the QE 2 (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!) (1999)
5. "Mornin', Noon And Night" by Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Eldridge, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Clark Terry & Big Joe Turner - The Trumpet Kings Meet Joe Turner (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus) (1974)
4. "Echoes Of Harlem" by The Clark Terry Five - A Celebration Of Duke (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus ) (1980)
3. "For Dancers Only" by The Clark Terry Spacemen - For Dancers Only (originally from the album Squeeze Me) (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus) (1989)
2. "You're My Baby, You (Vocal)" by The Count Basie Octet - 1950-1951 (available on AmazonMp3 in the UK and throughout Europe) (1950)
1. "Blues For Smedley" by The Oscar Peterson Trio with Clark Terry - Oscar Peterson Trio + One (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and song, not album, on eMusic!!!) (1965)

- "Mumbles Returns" by Clark Terry & the SWR Big Band - Jazz Matinee (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!) (2001)
- "Tain't What You Do" by George Wein And The Newport All Stars - Swing That Music (1992). (Side note: George Wein honored with 2015 Grammy Special Merit Award)

To learn more about Clark Terry, visit www.clarkterry.com and read this great interview from www.jazzinchicago.org (parts one and two).

1:04:25 Feedback
- Shawn Younghwi Kim (Seoul, South Korea) recommends "Shout Sister Shout" by Jumpin' Up - Swing it Again (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!).
- Yulai Liu (Washington, DC) recommends "On The Sunny Side Of The Street (Alt 1)" by Illinois Jacquet - Bottoms Up (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!).
- Jose Tello (Seattle, Washington) recommends "Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho" by Kid Ory and His Creole Jazz Band - In the Forties (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!).
- Heidi van der Wijk (Rotterdam, Netherlands) recommends "Hokin'" by 44 Shakedown (Facebook) - Honkers! (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus).
- David Afonso (Lisbon, Portugal) recommends "Gliss me Again" by Johnny Guarnieri - Walla Walla (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!).
- Morgan Day (San Diego, CA) recommends "The Sheik of Araby" by Lloyd Glenn - 1951-1952 (available on AmazonMp3 in the UK and throughout Europe). Be sure to check out Morgan's great blog, Ickeroo.com.
- Henrik Eriksson (Uppsala, Sweden) recommends "I've Found A New Baby" by The Rhythm Baby Makers - Recorded live at Sodra Teatern, Stockholm, 2014-12-18. Many of the band members are crazy talented lindy hoppers as well. Watch Gustav the trombone player throws Marielle the banjo player around. 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.
1:29:23 Thanks
Thanks to Johnny Nocturne for the great theme music!
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