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Tip Toe Through the Tulips
I Wanna Be Loved by You
I Want to be Bad
Don’t be Like That
He’s So Unusual [Take 2]
Button Up Your Overcoat
If You Want the Rainbow
Lovable and Sweet
Ain’tcha?
Moanin’ Low
I’ve Got a Feeling I’m Falling
I Have to Have You
A Precious Little Thing Called Love
I Hate Myself (For Falling in Love with You)
Cooking Breakfast for the One I Love
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American popular music jazz female singer Annette Hanshaw compilation mix vol.1 (1926-1927) ; she starts recording songs in 1926 , and in 1927 , she was already famous ; here's her best songs of the first two years ; she's one of the greatest jazz female singer of the late 1920's and the early 1930's ,

Annette Hanshaw compilation mix vol.1 (1926-1927)






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Annette Hanshaw - Rare Interviews - 1984 Radio Show








Here is a radio broadcast that pays tribute to Annette Hanshaw, with commentary from Annette herself talking about her life and career. It was broadcast over CBC-FM on March 3rd, 1984. In addition to Annette, you will also hear the voices of Brian Rust, Chris Ellis, John Hammond, Bill Simon, Jack O'Brien and Lanny Ross. This is the complete program. An error in the commentary that relates to Annette Hanshaw's date of birth. It wasn't 1910,as 1910 was thought to be correct at the time. In fact, Annette was born on October 18th, 1901, making her 24 when she made her first commercial recording, "Six Feet Of Papa" (released on Pathe 32211). Also, the second illustration in the video (the first shows Annette with Brian Rust) comes from a radio magazine of the early 1930s and states that she couldn't read a note of music. The was not the case - in fact, even before she started recording she played from sheet music to demonstrate new songs for customers in the shop her father owned in Mount Kisco, Westchester County, New York. Is there a more beautiful vocal version of "Body And Soul" than Annette's?

MY BLACKBIRDS ARE BLUEBIRDS NOW! ANNETTE HANSHAW
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Annette Hanshaw - We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye (1933) NBC's Captain Henry's "Showboat"








One of the first great female jazz singers, in the late '20s Annette Hanshaw ranked near the top with Ethel Waters, the Boswell Sisters, and the upcoming Mildred Bailey.
Unlike her contemporary Ruth Etting, Hanshaw could improvise and swing while also being a strong interpreter of lyrics. She was not quite 16 when she started her recording career, and her recordings (1926-1934) included such major jazz players as Red Nichols, Miff Mole, Jimmy Lytell, Adrian Rollini, Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang, Vic Berton, Benny Goodman, Manny Klein, Phil Napoleon, Jimmy Dorsey, Tommy Dorsey, and Jack Teagarden. Billed as "the Personality Girl," Annette Hanshaw (whose trademark was saying, "That's all" at the end of her record) soon got tired of show business and retired in 1934, at the age of 24. She lived outside of music for the rest of her life, but fortunately most of her records were reissued on British LPs in the 1970s and '80s. ~ Scott Yanow









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