Hey Mister Jesse #158


March's show features new releases from The Swing Shouters Little Band, Jonathan Ng, Catherine Russell and The Hot Club of San Francisco and plenty of international audience feedback. (68 minutes)

00:42 Welcome to episode #158 of Hey Mister Jesse for March 2019.
02:07 News: SwingDJs.com Lives On!
- The archive of SwingDJs.com lives on thanks to long-time listener and contributor DJ Andy Lewis.
7:57 News: Meshiya's Kickstarter Campaign
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10:46 News: What's New With Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox?
"Pinky and The Brain Theme" by Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox - Sepia Is The New Orange (available on iTunes Plus).
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14:06 Feature: New Releases

3. Recommended by Dan Ng: "Things Ain't What They Used To Be" by The Swing Shouters Little Band - Tribute To Johnny Hodges (Available on Bandcamp)
2. "After You've Gone" by Jonathan Ng - Single (Available on Bandcamp, AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus) (Want to win two tickets to the Seattle Lindy Extravaganza in July? Learn more here. Deadline: March 9th.)
1. "Don't Pull The Wool Over My Eyes" by Catherine Russell - Alone Together (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus)

- "If I Needed Someone" by The Hot Club Of San Francisco - 30 Years (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus)

50:06 Feedback
- Angie (Minneapolis, MN) recommends "You Can't Swing" by Patty and The Buttons - The Mercury Blues (Available on Bandcamp).
- Katie Sewell (Birmingham, UK) recommends "Two Little Squirrels (Nuts to You)" by Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five - Let The Good Times Roll: The Anthology 1938 - 1953 (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus). Jesse randomly mentions this unrelated Key & Peele sketch.
- Morgan Day (San Diego, CA) recommends "Hopkins' Scream" by Claude Hopkins - Claude Hopkins: 1932-1934 (Live) (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus).
1:05:48 Thanks
Thanks to Johnny Nocturne for the great theme music!
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