February's show features new releases from Clap Stomp Swingin’, Rob Reich, Enric Peidro Swingtet and Flash Mob Jazz and plenty of international audience feedback. (100 minutes)
|00:42||Welcome to episode #157 of Hey Mister Jesse for February 2019.|
|01:57||News: Free Music Archive - Happy Valentine's Day!
- From SwingDJResources.com (Facebook):
- "Exactly Like You" by The Underscore Orkestra - A Little Bit Of Magic In Every Batch (Free Music Archive)
|14:14||News: Digital DJ Spotlight: Spotify|
|28:05||Feature: New Releases
3. "Lindy 45" by Stomp Clap Swingin' - Single (Available on Bandcamp) (watch the video)
2. "Bootlegger's Balls" by Rob Reich - Rob Reich Swings Left (available on Bandcamp) (Check out Circus Bella and Ryan Calloway's Art)
1. "Tickle Toe" by Enric Peidre Swingtet - Keep That Swing In Your Soul (available on Bandcamp)
- Steven (Ohio) recommends "In The Mood" by Red Allen And His Orchestra - Red Allen Meets Kid Ory (available on AmazonMp3).
- DJ Goldi (Missouri) recommends "Love Is Here To Stay" by Cathy Dewitt - Duets (available on CDBaby, AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus).
- Katie Sewell (Birmingham, UK) recommends "Boot 'Em Up" by The Du Droppers - The Best of The Du Droppers (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus).
- Wil Reed (New London, CT) recommends "Blues for Musidisc" by Oscar Peterson & Stephane Grapelli - Jazz in Paris: Oscar Peterson-Stephane Grapelli Quartet, Vol. 2 (available on iTunes Plus).
- Marc D'Olimpio (Paris, France) recommends "No Moon At All" and "Mood Indigo" by Jack Street - Live at La Fontaine (available on CDBaby, AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus).
- Henrik Eriksson (Uppsala, Sweden) recommends "Jump Right In" by Joel Evans & Friends feat. Patrick Maier - Just What the Doctor Ordered (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus), "Just What the Doctor Ordered" by Roberta Donnay and Prohibition Mob Band - Bathtub Gin (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus) and "Splanky" by Doctor Dixie Jazz Band - 50 Fifty Years Of Jazz (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus). (Henrik, be sure to pick up Spuds' recommended Truth in Comedy: The Manual for Improvisation.)
Thanks to Johnny Nocturne for the great theme music!
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