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01/22/2018 08:56:04



01/22/2018 08:10:25

To be the best, 


you must be able to handle the worst.


~ Wilson Kanadi ~












01/22/2018 02:47:35

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01/21/2018 17:45:49

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Sweetie!


If I had to do it over again, I'd always, love you!



MUAH!


Love always, Annette, "That's All!" 




12-20-1931 - Harmony Records 1273-H


Annette Hanshaw - You're The One I Care For - 1931



       

       
       
       



01/21/2018 03:47:30

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01/20/2018 19:26:42

Annette Hanshaw - Am I Blue? (1929)



       

       
       
       

       



Sweetie!


I thought I'd give you two films so you can enjoy a little romance! Wait for the kiss!



MUAH!


Love always, Annette, "That's All!"



Charted at #11 in 1929. One of Annette's best! With the New Englanders.
From the musical, "On with the Show". This great song was originally
recorded by Ethel Waters in 1929, and proved immediately to be a huge
seller.



Annette Hanshaw was a popular singer and radio star of the 1920s and
early Thirties who had many Jazz overtones in her singing style. She
stepped out of her role of a torch singer and improvised and had a great
deal of swing that harkened to the Big Band singers of the 1930s. She
was viewed by the public as the epitome of a flapper. Many of her early
records feature many of the hot players of the day like Red
Nichols, Miff Mole, Phil Napoleon, Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang, Adrian
Rollini, Vic Berton, Benny Goodman, Jimmy Dorsey, Tommy Dorsey and Jack
Teagarden. Hanshaw was billed as "The Personality Girl," and her
trademark was girlishly saying, "That's All!" at the end of a lot of her
records. Hanshaw recorded under a number of pseudonyms which included
Ethel Bingham, Dot Dare, Gay Ellis, Marion Lee, Janet Shaw, Lelia
Sandford and Patsy Young.


Annette Hanshaw - Am I Blue - Scene from Applause (1929)



       

       
       
       




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