July's show features new releases from Postmodern Jukebox featuring Miche Braden, The Mad Hat Hucksters, Eli & The Chocolate Factory featuring Tamar Korn and Danny Jonokuchi & The Revisionists and a bit of international audience feedback. (70 minutes)
|00:42||Welcome to episode #162 of Hey Mister Jesse for July 2019.|
|01:42||News: Fundraising Updates
- Support the new big band album from The Puppini Sisters.
- Watch a video of The Puppini Sisters and the Pasadena Roof Orchestra performing "Groove Is In The Heart".
- Support the new holiday album from Glenn Crytzer.
- "Trepak (Russian Dance from the Nutcracker" by The Glenn Crytzer Savoy Seven - A Little Love This Christmas (available on Bandcamp)
Update: Until 7/13, a generous donor will be matching all donations made up to $3,000. Also a stretch goal has been added for a second album with Glenn's trio and guest vocalists.
|09:17||News: What's New With Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox?
"Old Town Road" by Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox - Jazz Age Thirst Trap (available on iTunes Plus).
Watch PMJ's video.
Watch Lil Nas X's video.
|22:29||News: Live At The Firehouse
"Study In Blue" by The Mad Hat Hucksters - Live At The Firehouse (available on Bandcamp and iTunes Plus).
|31:00||News: Swing from Tel Aviv
"Your Mother Should Know" by Eli & The Chocolate Factory - Comes Love (available on Bandcamp).
|42:30||News: Danny Jonokuchi & The Revisionists
"Knock Knock" by Danny Jonokuchi & The Revisionists - Let Me Off Uptown (available on Bandcamp, AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus).
- Sylvain Ledru (France) recommends "Don Redman" by Umlaut Big Band - The King Of Bungle Bar: Umlaut Big Band Plays Don Redman (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus). Jesse then recommends "What's The Trouble" by Jackie Davis - Jumpin' Jackie and "Night Train" by Jackie Davis - Easy Does It (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus)
- Wil Reed (CT) recommends "If Dreams Come True" by Benny Goodman - Live At Carnegie Hall-1938 Complete (available on AmazonMp3 and iTunes Plus).
Thanks to Johnny Nocturne for the great theme music!
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