Annette Hanshaw Ain't She Sweet [Bygone Days]
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- by Lee Morse ~ Echoes of a Songbird: 50 Recordings from 1924-1930 (2-CD) ~ $17.99
- by Annette Hanshaw ~ Vocal Refrain by Annette Hanshaw 1927-1930 ~ $10.40
- Released: October 4, 2010
- Label: 101 DISTRIBUTION
- 1.Black Bottom
- 2.Ain't He Sweet
- 3.It All Depends on You
- 4.Wistful and Blue
- 5.Get out and Get Under the Moon
- 6.Carolina Moon
- 7.You Wouldn't Fool Me, Would You?
- 8.That's You, Baby
- 9.Big City Blues
- 10.Ua Like No a Like (Sweet Constancy)
- 11.Pagan Love Song
- 12.I Have to Have You
- 13.Telling It to the Daisies
- 14.Little White Lies
- 15.I Want a Good Man
- 16.I Hate Myself
- 17.Fit as a Fiddle
- 18.Say It Isn't So
- 19.Moon Song
- 20.Twenty Million People
- 21.Let's Fall in Love
- 22.I Cover the Waterfront
- 23.Love Me Tonight
- 24.We Just Couldn't Say 'Goodbye'
Personnel: Annette Hanshaw (vocals, panpipes); Tommy Fellini, Perry Botkin and His Orchestra, Tony Colucci, Carl Kress (guitar); Harry Hoffman, Matty Malneck (violin, viola); Mac Ceppos, Joe Venuti, Ben Selvin (violin); Larry Abbott (kazoo, clarinet); Adrian Rollini (kazoo, baritone saxophone, piano); George Bohn, Benny Goodman (clarinet, alto saxophone); Larry Tice, Jimmy Dorsey, Jimmy Lytell, Andy Sannella (clarinet); Red Nichols (trumpet, cornet); Tommy Dorsey (trumpet, trombone); Manny Klein, Bob Effros, Eddie Farley (trumpet); Al Philburn, Jack Teagarden, Miff Mole (trombone); Frank Signorelli, Fulton McGrath, Joe Meresco, Sammy Prager, Irving Brodsky, Rube Bloom (piano); Chauncey Morehouse (vibraphone, drums); Larry Gomar, Ray Bauduc (drums).
Liner Note Author: Peter Dempsey.
Recording information: New York, NY (09/12/1926-02/03/1934).
The delightful 1920s singer Annette Hanshaw, one of the most popular voices of the Jazz Age, was frequently accompanied by some of jazz's most accomplished players, including Eddie Lang, Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey, Joe Venuti, and Red Nichols. Her sparkling treatments of such period classics as "Six Feet of Papa" and "Walkin' My Baby Back Home" may not qualify as classic jazz, but her relaxed delivery and phrasing provided the inspiration for a generation of pioneering female vocalists.
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