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#331 Post by JesseMiner » Thu Jun 16, 2005 1:40 pm

Awesome show! I will definitely be adding a few CDs to my future shopping list. :)

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#332 Post by JesseMiner » Thu Jul 07, 2005 12:15 am

July Thursday Guest DJ: George White (Austin, TX)

George "DJ Whitey" White from Austin, TX is our July guest DJ on Yehoodi Radio. Here’s a little about George:

"George has been djing in the Austin and Houston areas for approximately 3 years. His preference is classic swing sound of the 30's and 40's but he has also dabbled in Bebop, blues (all sorts of blues) and jazz of the sixties. His appearances include: Austin Lindy Exchange, Houston Lindy Exchange, Balboa Rendezvous, and Camp Jitterbug."

Enjoy! :)

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#333 Post by mousethief » Mon Jul 11, 2005 2:01 pm

Hey, Pepsi Jr! Put up a playlist!

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#334 Post by sonofvu » Tue Jul 12, 2005 8:01 am

Oh, OK here you go:

01. Texas Shuffle / Count Basie / Count Basie 1937-1943
02. Dunkin' A Doughnut / Andy Kirk / Andy Kirk: The 12 Clouds Of Joy
03. Strictly Swing / Erskine Hawkins / 1938-40
04. Life Goes To A Party / Benny Goodman / Wicked Swing
05. Jump Street / Cozy Cole / 1944
06. One Of Them Good Ones / Buddy Johnson And His Orchestra / 1942-47
07. Chocolate Shake / Duke Ellington / Wicked Swing
08. Awful Natural / Lucky Millinder / 1947 - 1950
09. Baby Won`t You Please Come Home? / Jimmie Lunceford Lunceford Special / 1939-40
10. Bottoms Up / Illinois Jacquet / For Jumpers Only!
11. Coquette / Roy Milton / Blowin' With Roy
12. Dear Blues / Gene Harris & Philip Morris Superband / World Tour 1990
13. Bandanna Babies / Duke Ellington & His Orchestra / 1928-1929
14. Doin' The Gator Tail / Cootie Williams And His Orchestra / Cootie Williams And His Orchestra 1946 - 1949
15. Doxy / Miles Davis / Best Of Miles Davis
16. I'm Gonna Get High / Tampa Red & The Chicago 5 / Dope & Glory (Disc 1)
17. If You Live / Mose Allison / Greatest Hits
18. In The Groove At The Grove / Chick Webb / Spinnin' The Webb
19. It's Tight Like That / McKinney's Cotton Pickers / McKinney's Cotton Pickers Vol 1- 1928-29
20. Johnson Rock / Tommy Young's Big Seven / The Classic Swing Of Buck Clayton
21. Looney / Al Cooper & Savoy Sultans / 1938-41
22. Mess-A-Stomp / Andy Kirk / Mary's Idea
23. Morning Glory / Big Joe Turner / Story To Tell
24. On The Alamo / The Benny Goodman Sextet Featuring Charlie Christian / The Benny Goodman Sextet Featuring Charlie Christian (1939 - 1941)
25. Ready, Set, Jump / Tiny Bradshaw / Big Band Jazz The Jubilee Sessions
26. Rigmarole / Willie Bryant and His Orchestra / Big Ben (1) - Cotton Tail
27. Midriff / Duke Ellington / Anthology Of Big Band Swing (Disc 2)
28. Second Balcony Jump / Al Cooper & Savoy Sultans / 1938-41
29. Shipyard Social Function / Lucky Millinder / Apollo Jump
30. Stuffy / Jonathan Stout And His Campus Five / Jammin' The Blues
31. Sweet Marijuana Brown / Barney Bigard Sextet / Dope & Glory (Disc 1)
32. Swing It / Benny Carter / Benny Carter And His Orchestra 1929-1933
33. Hocus Pocus / Buster Bailey / The Buster Bailey Story - Jazz Archieves 118
34. The Intimacy of the Blues / Duke Ellington / ...And His Mother Called Him Bill
35. The Yacht Club Swing / Fats Waller / Fats Waller - A Handful Of Keys
36. I Want A Big Butter And Egg Man / Louis Armstrong / Satchmo Plays King Oliver
37. Toby / Bennie Moten / Big Ben (1) - Cotton Tail
38. Unidentified Shuffle Blues (#1) / Roy Milton & His Solid Senders / Vol. 2-Groovy Blues
39. When My Sugar Walks Down The Street / Duke Ellington / 0497 Duke Ellington-Buffet Flat
40. Git / Andy Kirk / Kansas City: Swing, Blues, Jive & Boogie
41. Drop That Sack / Louis Armstrong / Satchmo Plays King Oliver
42. Symphony In Riffs / Benny Carter and His Orchestra / Vintage Jazz
43. Sugar / Billie Holiday / 1935 - 1942
44. Can't We Be Friends / Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrong / Compact Jazz
45. Spreadin' Rhythm Around / Billie Holiday / Quintessential: Volume 1, 1933 - 1935
46. Break It Down / Bix Beiderbecke And Frankie Trumbauer / Bix And Tram (Disc 4)
47. Six Or Seven Times Cab Calloway The Early Years, 1930-1934, Volume 1 (Disc 2)
48. Shoe Shiner's Drag / Lionel Hampton / All Star Sessions, Volume 2: Hot Mallets (Disc 1)
49. Lumby / Barnet, Charlie / Skyliner
50. Grand Slam / CHARLIE CHRISTIAN / The Genius of the Electric Guitar
51. Topsy / Count Basie / Count Basie 1937-1943
52. The Riff / Duke Ellington / Swingin' with The Duke
53. Whoa, Babe / Lionel Hampton / All Star Sessions, Volume 1: Open House (Disc 2)
54. St. Louis Blues / Ella Fitzgerald / Ella Fitzgerald In the Groove
55. A Swingy Little Rhythm / Erskine Hawkins / 1936-38
56. Hold Tight (I Want Some Sea Food Mama) / Sidney Bechet And His Orchestra / Shake 'Em Up! (Disc 1)
57. What's The Matter With You / Fats Waller / A Handul Of Keys
58. Rockin' With The Rockets / Harlan Leonard And His Rockets / Kansas City: Swing, Blues, Jive & Boogie
59. Six, Two And Even / Harry James / Things Ain't What They Used To Be
60. Do It If You Wanna / Hot Lips Page / Kansas City: Swing, Blues, Jive & Boogie
61. Blues Go Away / Jimmy McGriff Big Band / Tribute To Basie
62. D.B. Blues / Lester Young / Lester Young: 1943 -1947
63. Till Tom Special / Lionel Hampton / All Star Sessions, Volume 1: Open House (Disc 1)
64. Light Up / Buster Bailey's Rhythm Busters / Dope & Glory (Disc 1)
65. Snafu / Louis Armstrong / Blues For Yesterday
66. Saratoga Drag / Luis Russell / An Anthology Of Big Band Swing 1930-1955 (Disc 1)
67. Harmony Blues / Mary Lou Williams / Kansas City: Swing, Blues, Jive & Boogie
68. The Growl / Mills Blue Rhythm Band / Rhythm Spasm
69. Sweet Patootie / Noble Sissle's Swingters / Shake 'Em Up! (Disc 1)
70. Betcha Nickel / Ella Fitzgerald / Ella Fitzgerald In the Groove
71. Bechet Parades The Blues (St. Louis Blues) / Sidney Bechet And His New Orleans Feetwarmers / Shake 'Em Up! (Disc 2)
72. Jamaica Jam / Teddy Powell / Anthology Of Big Band Swing (Disc 2)
73. Bessie Couldn't Help It / Louis Armstrong / Hot Fives And Sevens (Disc 4)
74. Froggy Bottom / Andy Kirk / Kansas City: Swing, Blues, Jive & Boogie
75. Mood Hollywood / Tommy Dorsey And Jimmy Dorsey / The Dorsey Brothers (Disc 2)
76. Dallas Blues / Woody Herman And His Orchestra / 1939
Yard work sucks. I would much rather dj.

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#335 Post by Swifty » Tue Jul 12, 2005 12:30 pm

Nice!
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#336 Post by mousethief » Tue Jul 12, 2005 2:46 pm

Man, I can't wait until Thursday.

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#337 Post by Travis » Tue Jul 12, 2005 4:19 pm

Awesome set.

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#338 Post by Swifty » Tue Jul 12, 2005 8:07 pm

I asked this on Yehoodi, but what would it take to Podcast this thing?
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#339 Post by sonofvu » Wed Jul 13, 2005 2:20 pm

podcast. The proverbial turn of the crank. That's the next thing.
Yard work sucks. I would much rather dj.

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#340 Post by main_stem » Sun Jul 17, 2005 8:32 pm

Swifty wrote:I asked this on Yehoodi, but what would it take to Podcast this thing?
Not much really.
"We called it music."
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#341 Post by trev » Sun Jul 17, 2005 10:15 pm

Technically - Pretty easy.
Legally - Not a chance.

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#342 Post by sonofvu » Mon Jul 18, 2005 4:24 pm

trev wrote:Technically - Pretty easy.
Legally - Not a chance.
Can you imagine? Apple goes through all that trouble to protect the itunes music and then you can circumvent that by getting it free from some website.

Sorry mods, back to the regular programming. I like Sidney Bechet. Alot.
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#343 Post by JesseMiner » Sat Jul 30, 2005 5:01 pm

We're off for a week of camping in Northern CA, so here is the August Guest DJ announcement a few days early:

August Thursday Guest DJ: Keith "BigCash" Marszalek (New Orleans, LA)

Keith "BigCash" Marszalek from New Orleans, LA is our August guest DJ on Yehoodi Radio. Here’s a little about Keith:

"Spinning only "Made in New Orleans" music, Keith ads diversity to the national scene. His knowledge of the local music scene in New Orleans, and the city's influence on Jazz, Blues and Gosple is as extensive as his collection. Most of the selections are from bands still playing around town and are rarely heard outside of New Orleans, bringing a fresh new perspective for dancers to capitalize on. His music selection ranges from Gospel to Blues to Traditional Jazz as well as Classic New Orleans Rhythm & Blues. To hear more, plan a trip to The Big Easy... Might we suggest February 9-12, 2006 for Lindy Gras. New Orleans' live music Lindy Exchange!"

Enjoy! :)

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#344 Post by mousethief » Tue Aug 02, 2005 12:42 pm

Shit, I can't wait for Thursday.

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#345 Post by mousethief » Thu Aug 04, 2005 6:01 am

*swoon*

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