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#211 Post by Zot » Thu Apr 01, 2004 10:18 pm

Olivier! Bravo.

If you are on SwingDJs, Olivier, I'd love to read your playlist.

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#212 Post by mousethief » Fri Apr 09, 2004 9:17 am

Roy's up next, is he not?

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#213 Post by Serg » Fri Apr 09, 2004 1:27 pm

Yeah, Roy's next. I've listen to the show last weekend in Atlanta. Really good stuff. I've already asked him for a copy of the show :wink:

That brings me to a different topic. Could we have all the radio shows available for download at this or some other site? There are probably 1000 legal issues but would certainly be a good way to share good music.

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#214 Post by Greg Avakian » Mon Apr 12, 2004 7:48 am

Serg wrote: That brings me to a different topic. Could we have all the radio shows available for download at this or some other site? There are probably 1000 legal issues but would certainly be a good way to share good music.

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Totally illegal; I wouldn't want to do ANYTHING to jeapordize this site.

I would like to hear more of the music people spin on Yeradio though ...how about airing the shows 2 days a week?

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#215 Post by mousethief » Mon Apr 12, 2004 8:05 am

Hmmpf.

Maybe a "Best Of" day - voted by Yehoodites once a week (like Monday). The end listener might not appreciate us clogging the site with Guest DJs they've never heard of.

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#216 Post by Greg Avakian » Mon Apr 12, 2004 8:40 am

Maybe we could have our own radio station then?

Honestly though, I bet we are 75% of the Yeradio listen audience...any stats on that Jesse? Manu?

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#217 Post by mousethief » Mon Apr 12, 2004 8:48 am

I was just thinking of starting a new Yehoodi poll to find out.

Ah, I'll do it anyway.

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#218 Post by mousethief » Mon Apr 12, 2004 8:58 am

DONE!

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#219 Post by gatorgal » Mon Apr 12, 2004 11:01 am

Greg Avakian wrote:
I would like to hear more of the music people spin on Yeradio though ...how about airing the shows 2 days a week?
I think that's a good idea too... Thursdays are really tough for me.

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#220 Post by wheresmygravy » Mon Apr 12, 2004 12:49 pm

This is lazy to ask this here instead of just looking myself, but does Live365 have the ability to listen to past shows or time shift in anyway. I was thinking maybe that would be one of their subscriber services?

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#221 Post by LindyChef » Mon Apr 12, 2004 12:58 pm

wheresmygravy wrote:This is lazy to ask this here instead of just looking myself, but does Live365 have the ability to listen to past shows or time shift in anyway. I was thinking maybe that would be one of their subscriber services?
I was thinking the exact same thing. I'd love to get my hands on some of those old shows ...

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#222 Post by Roy » Wed May 05, 2004 6:13 pm

I'm up tomorrow as guest DJ, I might not be able to post my set list for a few days so I will post it now. I'm sure Jessie will make the official anouncement tomorrow. You will notice about 5 slow blues songs. In Chicago slow blues is popular so I included them as songs that I would likely DJ if DJing in Chicago.

I look forward to hearing feedback both positive or negative, if you don't want to post publicy please shoot me an email or PM. I am especially interested in how you think the transitions between styles work. It's something I have been working on.

Moten Swing-Jay McShann and his Kaycee Stompers
Blue Moon-Cozy Cole
When you want chili-Buster Moten and his Men
Perdido-Duke Ellington
They can’t take that away from me-Stuff Smith
Centerpiece-Gene Harris & the Phillip Morris Superband
I’m Walking-Bob French
Duke’s Place-Paul Gonzales
Oh, Red-Sammy Price and his Texas Bluesicians
On the bumpy road to love-Benny Carter
Kickapoo-Tommy Douglas
Easy does it-Ray Brown All Stars
Girl of my dreams-Franz Jackson
Blues for Home-Count Basie
All of me-Roy Eldridge
Blue Skies-Earl Hines and his Orchestra
Breathless Blues-Mezz Mezzrow(w/S.Bechet)
Lil Dog-Buddy Johnson and his Orchstra
Crawlin kingsnake-Buddy Guy
Big Shoe-Duke Ellington, Johnny Hodges
Matzah and Grits-Al Grey
SummerTime-Earl Hines
Pent up in a penthouse-Fats Waller
Christopher Columbus-Duke Ellington
Easy to get-Eddie Condon
Sugar-Benny Carter
I got a right to sing the blues-Doc Cheatam, Nicolas Payton
Bounce Blues-Ben Webster
Saturday Evening Blues-Big Bill Broozny
Big fat mama-Lunky Millinder
Ugly Papa- Julia Lee and her Boyfriends
Oh lawdy mama-Sam Price and his Texas Bluesicians
I’ll get by-Budd Johnson
I can’t believe your in love with me-Errol Garner
If I were you baby I’d fall in love-Ernie Andrews
As long as I live-Ella Fitzgerald
Moanin’-Bobby Timmons
Sunny-Erestine Anderson
9:20 Special-Milt Jackson/Count Basie
5 O’clock drag-The Big 18
Just a setting and a rocking-Duke Ellington
I’ve got a date with rhythm-Billy Ecksteine and His Orchestra
Harlem on a Saturday night-Lil Hardin Armstrong
I would do anything for you-Claude Hopkins
Why did you do that to me-Big Bill Broozny
Kentucky Ave A.C.-Duke Ellington
Stormy Monday-Count Basie, Joe Turner
I’m Beginning to see the light-Harry James and his Orchestra
Puddin head serenade -Andy Kirk
Opus One- Gene Krupa/Anita O’day
Keeping out of mischief now-Jess Stacy
Let it roll-Lucky Millinder
Bo do rock-Bill Doggett
Tonights the night-Julia Lee and her Boyfriends
Blues in the Dark-Count Basie
Red Top-Franz Jackson
Blue beans and green-Red Young
Life is fine-Jimmy Lunceford
Six Appeal-Charlie Christian
Someday you’ll be sorry-Louis Armstong Alumni(w/C.Cole&L.Hampton)
Confession the blues-Esther Phillips
Did you call her tonight-Ben Webster/Sweets Edison
T-bone Blues-T-Bone Walker

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#223 Post by JesseMiner » Thu May 06, 2004 9:32 am

May Thursday Guest DJ: Roy Rydbeck (Chicago, IL)

The month of May brings Roy Rydbeck from the Windy City to Yehoodi Radio. Here’s a little about Roy:

"Roy began DJing in Tampa, FL in 1998 to fill the void of danceable jazz music needed to grow the Lindy Hop community. In June of 2000, Roy moved to Chicago where he continued dancing and DJing and has spun at Fizz, Lindy by the Lake, Java Jive, Studio X, and Logan Square. Roy has also DJed at numerous National Lindy Hop events. Roy likes to mix a variety of swinging music styles between swinging blues, Big Band, mainstream jazz, and pre-1945 small jazz combos. Roy has recently been collecting slow blues music and has been invited to many swing events with slow blues rooms. For more info, check out Roy's website"

Enjoy!

NOTE: Yehoodi is currently transitioning to a bigger and better server. If you have any trouble connecting to it, you can always tune into Yehoodi Radio through Live365's site.

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#224 Post by mousethief » Thu May 06, 2004 9:32 am

Trust Chicago to lay on the blues! I can't comment on the transitions, as some people expect me to work, the ogres.

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#225 Post by gatorgal » Thu May 06, 2004 12:02 pm

Roy~

Hope to catch your set next week as my net connection is down at home and I can't listen at work.

Drat. And double drat.

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