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06/19/2018 17:01:16




06/19/2018 16:59:14

peaceful evening ,,sweet dreams valerie... umid here..enjoyed a peppermint ice cream!! love caroline xx hugs



06/19/2018 16:52:19




06/19/2018 16:29:27


Sending Hugs and Happiness 

My Friend 

Love All~Ways 


Valerie





06/19/2018 15:37:37

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Sweetie!


I just LOVE this song.


May I tuck you in?


That would be nice, wouldn't it?


If I could only  let you know , how important you are to me...


MUAH!


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



"The
Japanese Sandman," was recorded March 1928, in New York City, on the
Pathe and Perfect labels. Annette, provides a short vocal refrain for
Willard Robison's Deep River Orchestra. Annette loved, working with
Robison, and it comes through in this song as well as 3 other Robison
uploads-"Smiles," "Speedy Boy," and "Ain't No Man Worth the Salt of My
Tears."
Annette, had been providing the vocal refrains for many of Pathe and
Columbia's dance bands since they didn't have girl singers until 1932
when Paul Whiteman hired Mildred Bailey, and her success paved the way
for many "Big Band Gals" to follow. In all, Annette made 24 sides as a
dance band singer starting with the Original Memphis 5 in 1927, then Lou
Gold, Ben Selvin, Sam Lanin, Frank Ferera and the Instrumental Stars
(Eddie Lang, Adrian Rollini, Vic Berton and Joe Venuti). She especially
loved working with Eddie Lang, whom she called a great musician and a
great gentleman. She hated working with Ferera, whom she called a
"bottom pincher". For orchestras that recorded on the Columbia label
and its sub labels, Annette acted as the "girl singer," which was a must

for every reputable orchestra in the late 20s and 30s. She was never a
girl singer outside the studio, although any big band leader would have
given their "right arm," to have had her in their band.
Annette was a much sought after radio personality. In addition to the
show mentioned in the film, she appeared for Coca Cola, Chevrolet,
Rexall
Drug Stores, Norge Appliances, and De Soto Automobiles. Annette was
voted the top female singer in a poll by Radioland Magazine in 1934,
ahead of Ethel Shutta, Kate Smith, and Ruth Etting. Bing Crosby was
voted the top male singer.



Annette Hanshaw ~ 1928 ~ The Japanese Sandman ~ Willard Robison's Deep River Orchestra




       

       
       
       


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06/19/2018 15:11:27

Beating Much Love from my Heart to Yours my Dear Friend...♥♥















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06/19/2018 14:05:35



Have a nice afternoon! xo



06/19/2018 13:57:05


Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing
can be done without hope and confidence.~ Helen Keller ~
Well hope this finds you having a good week and everythings going
your way! I miss being here! I think i'm on the mend now i finally
slept all nite! Take care and Share the Smiles! Smiles an Hugs to
you!




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