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#466 Post by JesseMiner » Wed May 07, 2008 10:06 pm

May Thursday Guest DJs: The Jam Cellar DJs (Washington DC)

The Jam Cellar DJs are our May guest DJs on Yehoodi Radio. Here's a little about them:

"The Jam Cellar offers classes for dancers of all levels, a vibrant, diverse and friendly crowd, and the best DJ'ed swing Jazz in the DC area. Ten of those DJ’s are featured in our broadcast on Yehoodi.com. They are: Luke Albao, Jerry Almonte, Kate Hedin, Allen Kerr, Betsy Kipperman, Mike Marcotte, Andy Reid, Glenn Scales, Lee Tucker, & Naomi Uyama. Together they bring an amazing array of awesome for your listening and dancing pleasure. This is the best of what you will hear at The Jam Cellar on any given night. For more information about the Jam Cellar, please visit www.thejamcellar.com. You will like it."

Enjoy! :)

Jesse

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#467 Post by JSAlmonte » Thu May 08, 2008 4:56 am

The Jam Cellar has arrived on Yehoodi.com!

This has been the most fun Lindy Hop related project that I have worked on. It’s been a huge pleasure to work with such an enthusiastic and creative group of people. I can’t tell you how cool it was to suggest idea after idea to these people, who would then jump all over it, and amazingly turned into something much better than I thought possible. I hope you get as much enjoyment out of listening to the show as we did putting it together.

Our DJ’s
I’d like to thank all the DJ’s who participated by scouring their vast music collections for their hottest tunes to put on the air. Every time I thought the music couldn’t get better, I received someone else’s submissions and got my mind blown again.

Luke Albao
Jerry Almonte
Kate Hedin
Allen Kerr
Betsy Kipperman
Mike Marcotte
Andy Reid
Glenn Scales
Lee Tucker
Naomi Uyama

The Announcers
I’d like to thank the voices of The Jam Cellar on Yehoodi Radio: Luke Albao and Bobby White who pulled triple duty writing, performing, and recording their voiceovers for the show.

There’s also a special cameo appearance by Mark Kotishon of the Boilermaker Jazz Band.

The Hot Club de Jam Cellar
For turning a throw away idea into preposterously amusing recordings.
Vocals-Naomi Uyama
Viola-Kate Hedin
Drums-Jeff Booth
Guitars-Luke Albao, Andy Reid, Bobby White
Dinah’s Southern Gentleman Friend-Bobby White
Lyrics by Luke Albao and Naomi Uyama.

Everyone else who helped out with this project
Jesse Miner at Yehoodi.com for shepherding us through this process.
Soo Clarke for taking the DJ picture.
Hyong Lee for providing the recording of the Boilermakers at DCLX 2006.
Paul Cosentino for letting us use said recording.
And of course all the great musicians, both past and present, that inspire us to dance every week.

Last but not least The Jam Cellar Crew:
Jeff Booth
Nina Gilkenson
Kate Hedin
Andy Reid
Gretta Thorn
Naomi Uyama
Bobby White
And everyone who has fun with us week in and week out.

Don’t worry, You will like it.

Jerry Almonte

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#468 Post by JSAlmonte » Wed May 14, 2008 7:54 pm

Here's a handy dandy playlist for all of you playing at home who want to keep track of the action again this Thursday!

Tune in at Yehoodi.com!

#, Name, Artist, Album, BPM, Selected By
1. Breaking 'Em Down, Chick Webb & His Orchestra, Stomping At The Savoy, 178, Glenn
2. You Gotta Ho-Di-Ho, Cab Calloway & His Orchestra, Best Of The Big Bands, 151, Naomi
3. Chant Of The Groove, Fats Waller, Handful Of Keys - Disc 4 (Ain't Misbehavin'), 180, Betsy
4. Take It Easy Greasy No. 2, Lil Johnson, Lil Johnson & Barrelhouse Annie Vol. 3 1937, 145, Luke
5. Swingin' for Mezz (Careless Love), Teddy Bunn , Teddy Bunn (1929-1940), 192, Lee
6. You Gave Me The Gate, Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, The Duke, Vol. 21: Rendezvous With Rhythm Disc 1 (1938), 156, Jerry
7. Pork And Beans, Lu Watters, Blues Over Bodega, 180, Allen
8. St James' Infirmary, Omer Simeon, Earl Hines, Alex Hilll, Harry Dial, Lloyd Smith, That's My Stuff 1929-1930, 121, Mike, Luke, Allen
9. The Back Room Romp (A Contrapuntal Stomp) (alt tk), Rex Stewart & His 52nd St. Stompers; Duke Ellington, Duke Ellington: The Complete 1936-1940 Variety, Vocalion and Okeh Small Group Sessions (Disc 3), 155, Mike
10. Dinah-JC Style, The Hot Club de Jam Cellar, Jam Cellar Yehoodi Radio
11. Moten Swing, Benny Goodman, On The Air (1937-1938) Disc 1, 179, Andy
12. Four Or Five Times, Cangelosi Cards, Down Home Live at Banjo Jims, 128
13. Ridin' and Jivin', Earl "Fatha" Hines, The Fabulous Sidney Bechet, 152, Glenn
14. St. Louis Blues, Ella Fitzgerald and Her Famous Orchestra, In The Groove, 184, Betsy
15. Junk Man, Phil Ogilvie's Rhythm Kings, Detroit JazzStage Welcomes the New Year with Phil Ogilvie's Rhythm Kings, 115, Jerry
16. Dark Eyes, Fats Waller, Happy Birthday Fats, 160, The Jam Cellar Jam
17. Evenin' (stereo), Count Basie, Count Basie At Newport, 170, Andy
18. Let's Get Happy Together, Lil Hardin Armstrong, 1936-1940, 173, Andy
19. Lady Be Good, Artie Shaw & His Orchestra, George and Ira Gershwin in Hollywood, 246, Glenn
20. Davenport Blues, Jack Teagarden, Father of Jazz Trombone, 141, Lee
21. Tin Goose Jump, Blue Sky 5, Tin Goose Jump, 173
22. T'aint no Use , Benny Goodman, All The Cats Join In, 154, Kate
23. Dinah-JC Style, The Hot Club de Jam Cellar, Jam Cellar Yehoodi Radio
24. Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea, Dicky Wells, Americans Swinging In Paris, 190, Luke
25. The Stuff Is Here (And It's Mellow), Mills Blue Rhythm Band, 1933-34, 236, Kate
26. Peckin', Johnny Hodges & His Orchestra; Duke Ellington, The Duke's Men: The Small Groups, Vol. 1, 164, Luke
27. That's Where The South Begins, Louis Prima , Volume 1 (1934-35), 132, Naomi
28. The Gal From Joe's, Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, Golden Greats: Duke Ellington, 165, Betsy
29. A Good Man Is Hard To Find, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Sweet Emma (Disc 1), 126, Glenn
30. The Growl, Mills Blue Rhythm Band, Mills Blue Rhythm Band: 1931 - 1932, 180, Jerry
31. When I Get Low I Get High, Chick Webb & His Orchestra, Ella Fitzgerald With Chick Webb, 207, Kate
32. If You´re A Viper, New Orleans Jazz Vipers, Live on Frenchmen Street, 160, Andy
33. Blue Drag, The Gypsy Hombres, Nou Veau!, 115, Allen
34. For Dancers Only, The Solomon Douglas Swingtet, Swingmatism, 159
35. Everybody Loves My Baby, Russ Wilson And His Nouveau - Passe Orchestra & Swingtette, Swingin' At the Armory, 222
36. Dinah, The Boilermaker Jazz Band, Unreleased, 220, DCLX Jam Cellar Performance 2006
37. Savoy Blues, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Live, 124, Mike
38. Lawdy-Clawdy, The Cats & The Fiddle, Complete Recordings Vol. 2: 1941-46, 150, Andy
39. Big John Special, Chick Webb & His Orchestra, Orchestras Of 1936-7, 169, Mike
40. St. Louis Blues, Benny Goodman, The Instrumental Hits, 138, Kate
41. Four Or Five Times, Jimmie Noone, Complete Recordings (Disc 4), 171, Naomi
42. Truckin', Fats Waller, Hall of Fame - Disc 1 (Sugar Blues), 200, Andy
43. Rhythm King, Bix Beiderbecke & His Gang, Complete OKeh & Brunswick Bix Beiderbecke, Frank Trumbauer and Jack Teagarden Sessions (1924-36), 164, Allen
44. Indiana, Gene Krupa, The Gene Krupa Story (Disc 4), 166, Kate
45. The Mooche, Michael McQuaid's Red Hot Rhythmakers, Rhythm Of The Day, 120, Allen
46. Dance Lesson, Bobby & Luke, Jam Cellar Yehoodi Radio
47. Doctor Jazz, Jelly Roll Morton & His Red Hot Peppers, Jelly Roll Morton Red Hot Peppers, New Orleans Jazzmen & Trios, 196, Glenn
48. Don't Be That Way, Chick Webb & His Orchestra, Ella Fitzgerald With Chick Webb, 220, Luke
49. Singin' The Blues (Till My Daddy Comes Home), Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra, Tidal Wave, 149, Betsy. Luke
50. No Regrets, Billie Holiday, Lady Day (Disc 1), 130, Mike
51. Bojangles (A Portrait of Bill Robinson), Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, The Columbia Years, 180, Lee
52. Dear Old Southland, Sidney Bechet, Wild Cat Blues, 150, Andy
53. Moten Stomp, Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra, A Study In Frustration (Disc 3), 210, Mike
54. Here 'Tis, Fess Williams & His Royal Flush Orchestra, Fess Williams 1926-1930, 165, Allen, Mike.
55. Dinah-JC Style, The Hot Club de Jam Cellar, Jam Cellar Yehoodi Radio
56. Just Blues, Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra, Tidal Wave, 115, Luke
57. Body and Soul , Coleman Hawkins, Ken Burns Jazz , 93, Lee
58. One O'Clock Jump (All Star Jump), Count Basie & His Orchestra, Complete Original American RCA-Victor Recordings [Disc 3], 168, Jerry
59. Bechet Parades The Blues, Sidney Bechet, Blues in the Air, 172, Andy
60. Yes! Yes!, Mills Blue Rhythm Band, 1934 - 1936, 210, Andy
61. New Orleans Bump, Wynton Marsalis, Mr. Jelly Lord - Standard Time Vol. 6, 130, Glenn
62. You're My Baby, You, Count Basie Octet, America's #1 Band (Disc 1), 151, Allen
63. Well, Git It!, Tommy Dorsey, The Ultimate Collection: The Hits [Disc 1], 186, Betsy
64. That's On Jack That's On, The Cats & The Fiddle, We Cats Will Swing For You, 212, Naomi
65. Lavender Coffin, Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra, Lionel Hampton Story 4: Midnight Sun, 132, Betsy
66. Shake It and Break It, Sidney Bechet, Ken Burns Jazz, 216, Kate
67. Steppin' Pretty, Andy Kirk, Andy Kirk: The 12 Clouds Of Joy, 183, Luke
68. I've Found A New Baby, Abbi Hübner's Low Down Wizards, The Hottest Dixie Party In Town, 122, Allen
69. Sister Kate, Muggsy Spanier, Mmm-uggsy!, 151, Glenn, Mike, Kate
70. Spanish Kick, Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra, Lullaby In Rhythm, 190, Allen
71. Bucket's Got A Whole In It, Kid Ory, This Kid's The Greatest, 123, Glenn
72. Spreadin' Rhythm Around, Billie Holiday, Lady Day: The Complete Billie Holiday on Columbia, 194, Lee
73. A Sheridan "Square", Henry "Red" Allen, Bugle Call Rag, 130, Andy
74. Doin' The Voom Voom, Duke Ellington And His (Cotton Club) Orchestra, The Duke, Vol. 05: High Life Disc 1 (1928-1929), 174, Jerry
75. Subtle Slough, Brooks Tegler, And Not Only That, 122
76. Two Times, Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra, Bennie Moten--1930-1932, 172, Andy
77. Back Bay Shuffle, Ella Fitzgerald and Her Famous Orchestra, Live At The Savoy - 1939-40, 186, Mike
78. Vieux Carré, Evan Christopher, Delta Bound, 112, Allen
79. Billie's Blues, Billie Holiday, Billie Holiday (Disc 2), 118, Naomi
80. If I Had You, Artie Shaw, The Uncollected Artie Shaw (Vol. 2), 150, Mike
81. Jivin' With Jarvis, Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra, Wicked Swing, 184, Naomi
82. Crescendo In Blue, Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, The Essential Duke Ellington , 190, Lee
83. Dead Man Blues, Wynton Marsalis, Mr. Jelly Lord - Standard Time Vol. 6, 144, Jerry
84. Yacht Club Swing, Fats Waller, A Handful Of Keys, 168, Andy, Jerry
85. Diga diga do, Ella Fitzgerald and Her Famous Orchestra, The Radio Years, 1940, 210, Andy
86. Closing JC Theme, The Hot Club de Jam Cellar, Jam Cellar Yehoodi Radio
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#469 Post by trev » Wed May 14, 2008 10:14 pm

That's my kind of music! Nice. :D

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#470 Post by JSAlmonte » Wed May 21, 2008 8:36 pm

It’s that time of the month again, as The Jam Cellar takes over Yehoodi Radio once more.

In addition to providing the finest music around for vernacular jazz dancing, we also strive to be as educational as we are entertaining.

In our broadcast you’ll discover: Mugsy Spanier’s lesser known nickname, Fletcher Henderson’s most dangerous body part, Lionel Hampton’s brush with the law, and Benny Goodman’s other royal title.

Plus ponder important technical dance questions like: What is a Black Santa and how did it rate a sequel?

Or just sing along with The Jam Cellar’s house band in our lovingly crafted version of Dinah:

Tell-ah all the ladies and fellas
love to dance at Jam Cellar
in the heart of the District of Columbia

Jam Cellar - Go and ask your fortune tella
where you can jiggle like Jella
She'll see in her leaves of tea

Lindy Hopper's Delight
Tuesday Nights
Columbia Heights
You should have seen the sight
of us trying to make that rhyme
Took a really long time

Jam Cellar- Where its hotter than hellah
But as sweet as marshmellahs
What an awesome place to be

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Jam Cellar- You'll feel like a southern Bell-ah
In a mansion painted yellah
Take the metro on the green line and you'll find

Jam Cellar- You'll hear Billie and Ella
but not a note of a cappella
even if it is 'Splanky'

“H-T-T-P” colon
Double Slash, “W” cubed
dot The Jam
“C-E-L-L-A-R”
Dot “C-O-M”
Join our mailing list right now

Jam Cellar - You'll hop til your shoes swella
Keep it hot or swing it mellah
It’s our home of happy feet


Check it all out on Yehoodi Radio!
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#471 Post by JSAlmonte » Wed May 28, 2008 7:49 pm

Sad that this Thursday is the last Jam Cellar on Yehoodi Radio? Don’t worry because you can immerse yourself in an entire weekend of Jam Cellar goodness at The Big Big Event just a little over a week away. There you can hear recorded music played by the Jam Cellar DJ’s in person!

If that wasn’t enough actual live music will be provided by The Solomon Douglas Swingteton June 6th and a double bill featuring The Russ Wilson Swingtet and The Boilermaker Jazz Band on June 7th. And somewhere in there will be the live debut of The Hot Club de Jam Cellar!

Register now at www.TheBigBigEvent.com!

Until then, we leave with you with the DJ’s in their own words (with some heavy and often unnecessary editing.)

Luke Albao
Luke Albao was born on his birthday, currently resides in Baltimore, and will die on an undisclosed date. Flowers are appreciated.

Jerry Almonte
Jerry has been dancing, teaching, organizing events and DJ’ing in the DC area since 2001. He loves DJ’ing around DC because the dancers will get down to whatever style and era of jazz and blues (and the more than occasional soul tune) that strikes his fancy on any given night.

Kate Hedin
Kate Hedin fell into DJing, in 2003, at the legendary Spy Bar in Cleveland, Ohio --usually filling in last minute when Marty & Valerie forgot they were out of town. Because of her passion as a balboa dancer, Kate has also become know for her tunes at balboa events

Allen Kerr
Allen strives to get people excited about the music they're dancing too. The music needs to be interesting and have the energy that makes for great dancing. Trying to avoid those overplayed tunes, Allen tries his best to find those hidden gems that keep the dance fresh and exciting.

Betsy Kipperman
Betsy Kipperman has been Lindy-hopping for almost ten years. As a music teacher and working musician she has been collecting all kinds of music for a long time. She is partial to all things jazz, but in particular has loved dance music from the '30's and '40's. She is always looking for music that will energize and inspire great dancing.

Mike Marcotte
Mike Marcotte has been DJ'ing in the Washington D.C. area for the past seven years, whether it has been as the house DJ at K2 Dance Studio, putting together Sunday Blues at Glen Echo with his partner Donna Barker, to The Jam Cellar and beyond. The Boilermakers love him, and he wishes he could travel with them spinning their every break.

Andy Reid
Andy Reid has dedicated most of his life to listening to, dancing to, promoting, and playing music (poorly). He's more known for his dancing - which he happens to do all over the world - but he also sometimes likes to play his favorite music for dancers, but, truth be told, he'd rather dance or hang out most of the time.

Glenn Scales
Glenn Scales can be heard regularly around the DC area mostly at The Jam Cellar and Chevy Chase Ballroom. In addition to DJ'ing at DCLX and other various workshop weekends and lindy exchanges, he has manned the DJ booth for several Lindy Hop and Balboa competitions.

Lee Tucker
Lee Tucker's first exposure to the Lindy Hop occurred at a high school assembly in Ithaca, NY sometime around 1999. To the best of his knowledge, members of Minnie's Moochers taught his high school chorus to do the Charleston, but somehow none of them has yet owned up to taking the gig. Since he moved to DC in 2006, Lee has remained an active DJ and social dancer. His music has been known to cause spontaneous vernacular jazz dancing.

Naomi Uyama
Naomi Uyama discovered lindy hop in her hometown of Washington DC over ten years ago. When she's not traveling in the name of triple steps, decorating cakes, or loving libraries, Naomi lives in D.C. and spends most of her life not being Nina Gilkenson, despite the large amounts of people that think she is.

About The Jam Cellar
The Jam Cellar Tuesday is a weekly dance party held in a posh, turn of the century mansion in Northwest Washington, DC. As recently featured in DC Magazine, The Washingtonian Magazine and the Washington Post - The Jam Cellar offers classes for dancers of all levels, the best DJ'ed swing Jazz in the area, and a vibrant, diverse and friendly crowd every week. They also offer run-on sentences.

For more information about the Jam Cellar and the Tuesday night dance, visit http://www.thejamcellar.com/. If you would like to contact any of the DJ’s featured on this broadcast, have any questions about the Jam Cellar, or if you just want to say something nice, you can e-mail huh@thejamcellar.com.

You will like it.
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#472 Post by JSAlmonte » Thu Jun 05, 2008 4:55 am

If you caught the latest edition of "Hey, Mr. Jesse" then you know that Yehoodi Radio is keeping Jam Cellar on the air every Thursday in June!

So tune in to Yehoodi Radio and get ready for The Big Big Event this weekend which will include an all Jam Cellar DJ line up and a live performance by the Hot Club de Jam Cellar!
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#473 Post by JesseMiner » Thu Jun 05, 2008 8:40 am

Jerry is correct...

June Thursday Guest DJs: The Jam Cellar DJs (Washington DC)

The Jam Cellar DJs are going to continue being out guest DJs for June on Yehoodi Radio, letting their great show run for a second month (a first in Yehoodi Radio history!). Here's a little about them:

"The Jam Cellar offers classes for dancers of all levels, a vibrant, diverse and friendly crowd, and the best DJ'ed swing Jazz in the DC area. Ten of those DJ’s are featured in our broadcast on Yehoodi.com. They are: Luke Albao, Jerry Almonte, Kate Hedin, Allen Kerr, Betsy Kipperman, Mike Marcotte, Andy Reid, Glenn Scales, Lee Tucker, & Naomi Uyama. Together they bring an amazing array of awesome for your listening and dancing pleasure. This is the best of what you will hear at The Jam Cellar on any given night. For more information about the Jam Cellar, please visit www.thejamcellar.com. You will like it."

Enjoy! :)

Jesse

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#474 Post by JSAlmonte » Wed Jun 18, 2008 11:13 pm

Seriously, we’re still here.

In case you missed it, some the bands featured on our broadcast performed at The Big Big Event last weekend. Check out video clips of those performances at The Jam Cellar YouTube page when you’re not listening to the Yehoodi Radio Show on the remaining Thursdays this month. Don’t miss their special version of “I Can’t Give You Anything But Blood.”

And if you’re around DC this weekend, drop by the Last K2 All Night Dance on June 21st which will feature several of the DJ’s from this broadcast as well as another cameo appearance of the Hot Club de Jam Cellar.
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#475 Post by sonofvu » Thu Jun 19, 2008 3:27 pm

71. Bucket's Got A Whole In It, Kid Ory, This Kid's The Greatest, 123, Glenn

Is it my imagination or this song has an odd chime every 10 seconds or so?
Yard work sucks. I would much rather dj.

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#476 Post by JSAlmonte » Thu Jun 19, 2008 7:34 pm

I haven't noticed anything on the original recording on my computer. Maybe its something to do with the host, Live365?
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#477 Post by JesseMiner » Thu Jul 03, 2008 3:26 am

July Thursday Guest DJ: Kevin Caruso (Chicago, Illinois)

Kevin Caruso is our July guest DJ on Yehoodi Radio. Here's a little about Kevin:

"Kevin began DJing in Chicago in 2000. Eight years later, his collection has grown, his taste has improved and he is a favorite of many in the Chicago scene. Kevin has been known to articulate his approach to DJing with three simple words "Play Good Music" (although sometimes you might hear the corollary to his DJ motto which is: "If you can't play good music you should at least avoid playing crappy music"). Kevin and his wife will be departing the second city for Connecticut where he will begin graduate school in the fall. This set comes as a farewell of sorts to the Chicago scene."

Enjoy! :)

Jesse

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#478 Post by Roy » Fri Jul 04, 2008 1:45 pm

Nice set, lots of juicy stuff that I have never heard before.

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#479 Post by mousethief » Tue Jul 08, 2008 1:27 pm

Waitaminute... people still listen to Yehoodi?

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#480 Post by Roy » Fri Jul 11, 2008 7:54 am

mousethief wrote:Waitaminute... people still listen to Yehoodi?

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Actually I do now more then before, because I'm doing a job where I sit at my desk a lot working for a company who is pretty liberal with internet usage. My previous company were re internet Nazi's.

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