Episode #113 of Hey Mister Jesse is now available to download and enjoy. May's show features an 8-Count Swing tribute to US swing with new releases from Greg Ruby & The Rhythm Runners, 11 Acorn Lane, The Boilermaker Jazz Band, The End Of Times Spasm Band, Glenn Crytzer’s Savoy Seven, Jan Marie & The Mean Reds, Tin Pan, The New Orleans Jazz Vipers and The Cosmo Alleycats and tons of international audience feedback. (94 minutes)
|00:42||Welcome to episode #113 of Hey Mister Jesse for May 2015.|
|01:55||News: The Track Episode 1: Peter Strom
The Track Episode 1: Peter Strom.
|03:32||News: From The Top Episode 3
From The Top Episode 3.
|05:03||News: What's New With Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox?
Catch PMJ on their US Tour.
"Gangsta's Paradise" by Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox - Emoji Antique (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus)
Watch the video!
|11:04||8-Count Swing: Spotlight on New US Releases
8 new swinging releases from 8 very swinging US bands.8. "Humdinger" by Greg Ruby & The Rhythm Runners - Washington Hall Stomp (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!).
7. "Lucky Day" by 11 Acorn Lane - Time For Tea (available on Bandcamp, AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!)
6. "My Heart Belongs To Daddy" by The Boilermaker Jazz Band - Slipped Disc (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus)
5. "Some Of These Days" by The End Of Times Spasm Band - Baudelaire EP (available on Bandcamp, CDBaby, AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!)
4. "The Lenox" by Glenn Crytzer's Savoy Seven - Uptown Jump (available on Bandcamp, AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus) (Read about Glenn's recording process.)
3. "Mama Goose Cut Loose" by Jan Marie & The Mean Reds - Released (available on Bandcamp)
2. "Lady Doc" by Tin Pan - Yes Yes Yes! (available on iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!)
1. "Hummin' To Myself" by The New Orleans Jazz Vipers - Going! Going! Gone (available on Bandcamp, AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!)
- Ben Beccari (Milan, Italy) recommends "Blues in Frankie's Flat" by Count Basie and His Orchestra - Complete Live at the Americana Hotel and "Curse of an Aching Heart" by Tom Baker's Chicago Seven and Friends - Dixieland Jazz. Check out Ben's blog. Spuds' note: check out Jerry Lewis' pantomime.
- Wil Reed (CT) recommends "Wanna Be Your Man" by Pokey LaFarge - Something In The Water (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus).
- Jose Tello (Seattle, WA) recommends "Wednesday Night Hop" by Andy Kirk & The 12 Clouds Of Joy - Andy Kirk Doxy Collection (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!).
- David Afonso (Lisbon, Portugal) recommends "Things Ain't What They Used To Be" by Duke Ellington - The Ella Fitzgerald & Duke Ellington Cote D'Azur Concerts On Verve (CD 1, track 7) (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus).
- Heidi van der Wijk (Rotterdam, Netherlands) recommends "Livin' In A Great Big Way" by The Betty Bears - Unreleased. Check out the results of the Eurovision Swing Contest and learn more about Eurovision. Not endorsed by Heidi, but the UK's 2015 submission to the Eurovision contest: "Still In Love With You" by Electro Velvet (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!) (Watch the video.).
- Marc D'Olimpio (Vienna, Austria) recommends "I'm Crazy 'Bout My Baby" by The Shirt Tail Stompers - Milenburg Joys (available on Bandcamp).
- Morgan Day (San Diego, CA) recommends "Don't Tear My Clothes No. 2" by Chicago Black Swans - Those Dirty Blues Volume 4 (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!). Be sure to check out Morgan's great blog, Ickeroo.com.
- Henrik Eriksson (Uppsala, Sweden) recommends "Everybody Loves My Baby" by Catherine Russell - Strictly Romancin' (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.
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