Episode #120 of Hey Mister Jesse is now available to download and enjoy. December's show features brand new music from Ron Sunshine, a holiday-themed 8-Count Swing including the New Hampshire Jazz Orchestra's new release and tons of international audience feedback. (96 minutes)
|00:50||Welcome to episode #120 of Hey Mister Jesse for December 2015.|
|02:00||News: eMusic Aquired by Triplay
Read about this aquisition.
|06:14||News: George Gee featured in Nautica Holiday Ad Campaign
- Watch the ad.
- "Baby It's Cold Outside" by George Gee Swing Orchestra (available on CDBaby, AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus).
|09:07||News: What's New With Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox?
- "The Thong Song" by Postmodern Jukebox featuring Blake Lewis (available on iTunes Plus).
- Watch the video.
- Read Scott's blog post How I Learned To Play Music.
|16:26||News: Brand New Ron Sunshine!!!
- "One Link Of Chain" by Ron Sunshine - Bring It Home (available on AmazonMp3)
|27:11||8-Count Swing: The Holiday Edition
8. "Shooby Doop Christmas" by Marcus & Monika - Shooby Doop Christmas Single(available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!)
- David Soltysik (Silver Springs, MD) recommends "Santa Claus Got Stuck in My Chimney" by Ella Fitzgerald - 1950 (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!).
- Shaun (Utah) recommends "When Buddha Smiles" by Benny Goodman - Benny Goodman Plays Fletcher Henderson (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!). Jesse and Manu also recommend "Lucas With The Lid Off" by Lucas - Lucasentric.
- Philippe Crompton-Roberts (Hong Kong) recommends "Mary Lou Williams Blues" by SIX MEN AND A GIRL - The Mary Lou Williams Collection 1927-59 (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!).
- James Guidera (Wellington, NZ) recommends "Blue Drag" by Dancing & Drinking Society - Red Delicious (available on Bandcamp).
- Katie Sewell (Birmingham, UK) recommends "All My Life" by The Basin Street Brawlers - It's Tight Like That! (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!). Jesse also recommends "Up A Lazy River" by The Mills Brothers & Count Basie - The Board Of Directors (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus).
- Omar Myers (Seoul, South Korea) recommends "Baby It's Just You" by Lynda Carter - Fallout 4 (available on iTunes Plus).
- Wil Reed (CT) recommends "Carl's Blues" by Carl Perkins - Introducing...Carl Perkins (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!).
- Jose Tello (Seattle, Washington) recommends "At The Fat Man's" by Tommy Dorsey - Live in HiFi at Casino Gardens (available on AmazonMp3, iTunes Plus and eMusic!!!).
- "Super" Heidi Van Der Wijk recommends "Squeeze Me" by Claude Bolling - A Tone Parallel to Harlem - Tribute to Duke Ellington (available iTunes Plus). Check out a great video of Claude Bolling performing.
- Marc D'Olimpio (Vienna, Austria) recommends "The Goon Drag" by Sammy Price & His Bluesicians - Swing Gold Collection (Lester Young Vol.2 1939-41) (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus) and "Rock-a-Bye Basie" by Johnny Otis - Spirit Of The Black Territory Bands (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus).
- Morgan Day (San Diego, CA) recommends "They Raided The Joint" by The Roy Eldridge Sextet - Vintage 50's Swedish Jazz 1949-1961 (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus). Be sure to check out Morgan's great blog, Ickeroo.com.
- Henrik Eriksson (Uppsala, Sweden) recommends "Blues (My Naughty Sweetie Gives To Me)" by Wilbur De Paris - Jazz Foundations, Vol. 75 (Wilbur de Paris) (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.
Thanks to Johnny Nocturne for the great theme music!
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