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04/08/2022 18:49:00


**SATURDAY HUGS**MY DEAR FRIEND**


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04/07/2022 22:20:09


Oh boy,
Alm
ost the weekend. . .
Have a fancy Friday!
 
squirrel xo



04/07/2022 22:03:21


**FOR FRIDAY>>AND WEEKEND**HUGS**


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04/06/2022 22:49:50


Hello there.
Stopping by to wish you a great Thursday!
squirrel xo



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04/05/2022 19:13:48



04/05/2022 18:44:23


<**SHOWING LOVE WEDNESDAY**



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04/04/2022 14:52:05


 
Hi!
I'm so happy to see the Daffodills blooming.  A sure sign of spring! 

I wish you a very very HAPPY week.
squirrel xo



04/04/2022 07:25:06












04/03/2022 20:29:17

SWEETIE!



"I had the great pleasure of knowing Annette Hanshaw since 1959 when
having been captivated beyond hope of release by some of her records the
previous year, I decided to meet her if it were at all possible. So I
went to New York that June, and met this shy being whose reluctance to
delve into her recording achievements has since become well known.
Gradually, I persuaded her to discuss her life in show business, which
she had put behind her more than two decades before we met and found
that here was a source of valuable information and more, much more, here
was a delightful companion who, having promised to see me and help me
research as much as she could, would not go back on her word.



Over the years we kept in touch by letter, and I kept hoping that
various projects to record Annette again would become real. Then, little
by little, I sensed that things were not as well with her as they
should be. I kept hearing from other sources that she had had several
stays in hospital, and the chances of a new Annette LP faded away. I
helped David Tarnow of CBC in his tribute to her, broadcast on March 4
and 5, 1984, in a letter to me three weeks later, Annette said she had
still not heard it, adding that a famous Canadian artist from Ottawa
wanted to paint her portrait.







There followed another long silence, then on Christmas Eve, 1984.
Annette called me on the phone. She sounded a little frail, but I could
tell she was putting up a fight. "I'm pretty sick," she said. "How I
wish it would all go away." On Wednesday, March 13, 1985, her wish was
granted, and all of us who love her voice lost something
irreplaceable....



The highest compliment to Annette Hanshaw was paid by no less a
perfectionist than Tommy Dorsey, who described her as "the musician's
singer."



John Hammond once said of her, "I don't think she realizes how good
she is." He was right; she led the way and the others followed on, most a
long distance behind. None ever overtook her; if any in the future
should try, we have Annette's records an infallible yardstick by which
others can be measured." Liner notes "Annette Hanshaw Volume 3," by
Brian Rust, noted music biographer and historian.




MUAH!


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



04/03/2022 18:45:59


**HAVE A GOOD MONDAY AND WEEK** DEAR FRIEND**


04/03/2022 10:39:06


wishing you a beautiful sunday..mk



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