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12/10/2017 19:53:52

Been  a  long  day.  hope  your  was  productive, weather  was  nice  today  sun  came  out  and  melted  some  snow. yeah of  course  after  I  cleaned  the  car off.

have  a  a  good  evening  see  you  tomorrow





12/10/2017 19:01:39

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Sweetie!


Do you see it?



The rainbow, of course!


Take my hand, and we will find it, together!


MUAH!


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


From: "Sita Sings the Blues" by Nina Paley, Annette Hanshaw sings, "If You Want the Rainbow (You Must Have the Rain)
recorded in New York City on October 19, 1928. Released on Columbia
Records.
For a beautiful version of this song brilliantly set to a cartoon movie
by Nina Paley, see Sita Sings The Blues - on YouTube.


Annette Hanshaw ~ If You Want the Rainbow ~ 1929




       

       
       
       



12/09/2017 20:00:34

Evening  snowy  day,  still  snowing  into  tomorrow

am  going  to hate  to  clean  off  my  car  and  shovel.,  just  geting  over  being  sick  for  weeks..  but  it has to  be  done.  

stayed  in  all  day  and  wrapped  present  all  done

 hope  you  had  a  wonderful  day and  a  fantastic night.


Good Night



12/08/2017 20:25:15

Evening  my  friend,  was  a  busy  day  got  my  hair done,  bank,  store, coffee

well  i  bought  a  real  christmas  tree the  other day  and  had  it  for  2  day  and  it  died  on  me., so  i  went  backs  to  the  store  to  complain.,  well  they  gave  me  my  22.00  back plus  they  have  a  policy  if  your  not  happy  the double  your  money   yeah  me  got  43.50  back., so  it  was  a good  day,  were  expecting  7  inch's  of snow  tomorrow  so  i  be  staying  in.,  hope  you  had  a  wonderful  day  and a  great  night...  and thank  you  for  being  my  friend. hugs 





12/08/2017 15:07:06

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Sweetie!


Do you like cats?


I do!


HAPPY CATURDAY!


MEOW!


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


I'm CRAZY about cats, I think they're just the most beautiful and
precious pets someone could ever have! So here are pictures
of classic Hollywood actors and actresses and their lovely cats. I hope
you enjoy and MEOW!


Classic Movie Stars and their Cats! - Annette Sings, Hawaiian "Pale Blue Waters" 1930



       

       
       
       



12/07/2017 20:56:38

Evening  been  a  long  day., am  feeling  better  but  the  cough  just  wont  go away

started  to  decorate  the  real  tree  i  bought .,  but is  so  dry  the  needles  are  everywhere  i  can  make  another  tree   with  them.

have  a  good  night  my  friend.,  see you  late  tomorrow afternoon

hugs  june



12/07/2017 17:19:59

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Sweetie!


It seems like only yesterday, we became friends...


Now I am yours, "Body and Soul."


MUAH!


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


Annette Hanshaw - Body and Soul (1930)



       

       
       
       


Annette Hanshaw (Oct.18,1901 - March 13,1985) was one of the first great
female jazz singers. In the late 1920s she ranked alongside Ethel
Waters, Bessie Smith and the Boswell Sisters. Her singing style was
relaxed and suited the new jazz-influenced pop music of the late 1920s.
Although she had a low opinion of her own singing, she continues to have
fans because of how she combined the voice of an ingenue with the
spirit of a flapper.

Hanshaw made her one and only appearance on film in the 1933 Paramount
short Captain Henry's Radio Show, "a picturization" of the popular
Thursday evening radio program Maxwell House Show Boat, in which she
starred from 1932 to 1934.

Hanshaw was known as "The Personality Girl," and her trademark was
saying "That's all" in a childish voice at the end of many of her
records.

Having grown tired of show business, in the late 1930s Hanshaw retired
and settled into married life with her husband, Pathé Records executive
Herman "Wally" Rose. Later in life, in a would-be comeback, she recorded
two demo records, but they were never released.

Between September 1926 and February 1934, she recorded prolifically.
From 1926-1928 she recorded for Pathe (her sides were released on both
the Pathe and Perfect labels). Starting in June 1928, she recorded for
Columbia; most of these were issued on their dime store labels Harmony,
Diva, Clarion and Velvet Tone. A handful were also released on their
regular price Columbia and OKeh. Although most were released under her
own name, she was renamed Gay Ellis (for sentimental numbers) and Dot
Dare or Patsy Young (for her Helen Kane impersonations).

Starting in August 1932, she began recording for the ARC with her
recordings issued on their Melotone, Perfect, Conqueror, Oriole and
Romeo. Her final session, February 3, 1934 was placed on ARC's Vocalion
label.



12/06/2017 19:43:42

Evening  well  we  made  it  through 1/2  the  week  2  more  days  and  its  the  weekend

hope  all  your  shopping  done,  if  not  step  on  it  times a running out. i'll be  decorating  my  tree this  weekend. 

have  a  great  night  see  you  all  in  the morning





12/05/2017 19:38:17

Evening  my friend.,  hope you  had  a  good  day

its  raining  here,  i  went  to  work  and  hacked all  through  it.,  and  they  had  the  nerve  to ask  me  to  worked  tomorrow  night.,  I  said  no  i  feel  like  crap am  going  to  rest tomorrow.,  trying  to  get  rid  of  this  cough.

have  a  good  night   big  hugs 

this  tag  fits  me  ha  ha






12/05/2017 15:33:42

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Sweetie!


It's okay!


Just close your eyes and, "Love Me Tonight!"


MUAH!


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



Acc. by Manny Klein, t / Jimmy Dorsey, cl / Fulton McGrath, p, cel /
Carl Kress or Dick McDonough, g / Harry Hoffman, Matt Malneck, vn /
Artie Bernstein, sb / Chauncey Morehouse, d, vib. New York, August 18,
1932.


Love Me Tonight - Annette Hanshaw (1932)



       
       
       



12/05/2017 09:56:48




12/04/2017 20:07:26

Evening  still  have  this awful  cough  and  hoarse ,  but i  will  try  to  go  to  work  tomorrow.,  am  sure  they  will make  were  wear  a  mask  in  the  hospital.

was  a  nice  chilly  day today,  wrote  out  all  my  christmas  cards just  have  to  drop  them  in  the mail  next  week.   hope you  had  a  good  monday and  got  all you  wanted  a complish today  have  a  great  night..  Hugs  June





12/04/2017 17:06:14


Sweetie!


Thank you for all the kind comments!



I feel so welcome when I read your comments!


Sit down and have coffee with me, just for a little while...


I'd like that!


MUAH!


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


In 1926 Annette Hanshaw had an audition for Pathe records in which
she created two recordings - a pair of 3 song medleys using popular
tunes from 1925 and 1926. She was soon a record star and this first test
recording fell into obscurity. Here is a chance to once again listen to
these recordings - to hear her just before she emerged onto the public
scene.


Annette Hanshaw - her first recording - 1926 Audition medley



       

       
       
       



12/03/2017 19:57:04

Evening  my  friend.,  hope  you  had  a  great  Sunday

mine  was  ok  just  went  to  CVS  for  some  medicine  for  this  cough  that  wont  go  away.  and  met  the ladies  for  coffee.  this  month  seems  to  be  going  by  fast  already  tomorrow with  be  4th.  hope  your  Christmas  shopping  done.  have a great night am  going  up stairs  soon the  med's  seem to  be  making  me  tired.




12/02/2017 19:53:03

Evening  never  went  out today  still  feeling  miserable

hope  you  had  a  better  day  and  a  wonderful  tomorrow




12/01/2017 20:42:00

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Sweetie!


Yes, my dearest friend.


The song is ended.


We have had fun, haven't we?


MUAH!


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












"The Song is Ended (but the Melody Lingers On)" is a popular song
composed by Irving Berlin, with lyrics written by Beda Loehner in 1927.
The song's famous lyric is referenced in Ira Gershwin's verse to "They
Can't Take That Away from Me", in the line the song is ended, but as the
songwriter wrote, the melody lingers on.


Annette Hanshaw - The Song Is Ended - 1927

- Irving Berlin's Song -






       

       
       
       



12/01/2017 20:10:48

Evening   my  friends,  well am  feeling  better  just  can't  get  rid  of  the cough

hope  you  had  a  great  day  our  weather  was  50  degree's  today,  with  a  little  rain.

hope  you  have  great  plans  for  the  weekend




11/30/2017 19:54:02

Evening  my  friends,  hope  you  had  a  wonderful  day.

me  am  still  falling  apart  can't  shake  this flu.,  am  going  to  try  to  get  my  hair done  tomorrow  been  a  couple  of  weeks  and my hair  looks  it..  hope  they  don't ask  me  to  leave  with  all  the  hacking  am  doing .  the  weather  been  cool .


have  a  good  night.






11/30/2017 18:53:05

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Sweetie!


How do you like your eggs?


SunnySide up? Over easy?  Scrambled? Hard boiled? Soft Boiled? With ham or bacon? Toast and coffee?


You name it! Just let me know!


I'll be waiting for your choices!


MUAH!


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


Annette Hanshaw sings, "Cooking Breakfast for the One I Love," as big band
girl singer for Jack Albin and His Hotel Pennsylvania Orchestra. The song
was recorded January 30, 1930 in New York City. Composers were Billy Rose and Henry Tobias.


Annette Hanshaw~Cooking Breakfast for the One I Love~1930~



       

       
       
       

LYRICS


The coffee is steaming
Oh boy what I'm dreaming
While I'm cooking breakfast
For the one I love
My baby likes bacon
And that's what I'm making
While I'm cooking breakfast
For the one I love
Our life has been so nice and charming
Right from the start
When I won his tummy, I won his heart
My baby is happy, no wonder I'm happy
While I'm cooking breakfast for the one I love

Morning, I'll be getting up
Morning, I'll be setting up
A tiny table for two
Breakfast, I'll be making his breakfast
He'll be taking his shave and his shower
My happy hour

The coffee is steaming
Oh boy what I'm dreaming
While I'm cooking breakfast
For the one I love
My baby likes bacon
And that's what I'm making
While I'm cooking breakfast
For the one I love
Our life has been so nice and charming
Right from the start
When I won his tummy, I won his heart
My baby is happy, no wonder I'm happy
While I'm cooking breakfast for the one I love

I'm baking a biscuit
He's willing to risk it
While I'm cooking breakfast for the one I love
You're wiping the dishes (what if he breaks a few the dishes)
While I'm cooking breakfast for the one I love
I serve a plate of steaming oatmeal
Taste it but schucks
Who the heck wants oatmeal
Sprinkled with "Lux"?
You can tell that he's grateful
He eats a big plateful
And faints right after breakfast
For the one that he loves! "That's All!"



11/29/2017 21:20:00

Evening,  well i  was  feeling  better,  but  now it  seems  i  should  of  stayed  in  but the  temps  got  up into  the  50's  and  wanted  some  of  that  fresh  air  right  back  were  i  started  hacking and  hoarce

but  am  getting  there  i  hope.  Hope  you  had  a  great  day  and  a  wonderful  night my friend.

I  want  to  thank  you  for  the  get  well  wishes  .boomer  family  is  the  best.





11/29/2017 16:51:51

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Sweetie!


Just in time for Christmas!


A vacation to sunny California and playing tag in the swimming pool with Tarzan and bathing beauties!



MUAH!


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



A visual treat for vintage swimwear enthusiasts. Hailing from the
glamour days of the early 1930s, this rare color film is a beautiful
visual archive of vintage women's swimsuits, with guest appearance of
Johnny Weissmuller,"Tarzan." Music: "That's You, Baby!" by Annette
Hanshaw, with The New Englanders


1930's Swimwear Fashion-That's You Baby-Annette Hanshaw-Tarzan





       

       
       
       



11/28/2017 20:19:57

have  a  good  night  my  friend  again  i  stayed  in and  didn't  go  to  work

still sick  ,  will i  be  happy  when i  get  over  this,  its  wiping  me  out




11/28/2017 16:43:38

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Sweetie!


Can you keep a secret?


I can!


Well, I think about you, ALL the time!


So there, I said it!


I have no one to blame but myself!


MUAH!


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


12-20-1931 - Harmony Records 1273-H



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




       

       
       
       



11/27/2017 21:48:46

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Sweetie!


I'll be there for you, when you need me!


Take my hand, and we will make everything work out...


Do you see the tulips?


I do!


MUAH!


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


(from "The Gold Diggers Of Broadway") 9-20-1929 - Diva Records 3012-G. 
"Tiptoe Through the Tulips" is a popular song originally published in
1929. The song was written by Al Dubin (lyrics) and Joe Burke (music).
'Crooning Troubadour' Nick Lucas' recording of "Tip-Toe Through The
Tulips" hit the top of the charts in May 1929. The song he introduced in
the 1929 musical talkie "Gold Diggers of Broadway," held the #1 position
for 10 weeks. The song was hilariously reprised in 1968, by Tiny Tim, whose version charted at
#17 that year.


Annette Hanshaw - Tip Toe Thru' The Tulips With Me - 1929




       

       
       
       



11/27/2017 21:06:45

Evening  my  friend.,  well  same  old  story  am  still  sick,  and  my  voice decided  to  visit  someone  else.. to lazy  to  cook  so  i  made  popcorn  for dinner ( was also breakfast  &  lunch) just  don't  want  to  eat.

hope  you  had  a  great  day and  a  wonderful  night

Hugs   June





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