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Volume 6 1929

Annette Hanshaw

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Reseña de álbum

Although often overlooked in jazz history books, Annette Hanshaw was one of the finest singers of the late '20s/early '30s. For proof of this assertion, Volume 6 of Sensation's ten CD Hanshaw series can prove as evidence. Just 18 at the time, the singer is heard in peak form throughout this set and, unlike in Volume 5, there are only four numbers recorded with the Hawaiian steel guitar group of Frank Ferera. Classic renditions of "A Precious Little Thing Called Love," "Mean to Me," "Lover Come Back to Me," "Big City Blues," "My Sin," "I Get the Blues When It Rains," "I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling," "Am I Blue," "Daddy, Won't You Please Come Honme," "True Blue Lou," and "Lovable and Sweet" (all of which are given definitive treatment) are included among the 24 songs. Hanshaw's lovely voice and swinging style are uplifted by jazz-oriented backup groups that include Jimmy Dorsey (on clarinet and alto), trumpeter Phil Napoleon, and Tommy Dorsey (normally a trombonist, heard here on trumpet).

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A Very Unappreciated Music Era

The 20s were the era of jazz and of course jazz was stolen by whites from the black community, I think looking back music was the only thing that African-Americans and Caucasions loved. I mean, Annette Hanshaw may have stolen Ella Fitzgerald's song "Daddy, Won't You Please Come Home" (it was originally "Baby, Won't You Please Come Home"), but it brought them together. And it happened again with the rock in the 50s. White kids would sneak into concerts and hide in the balconies but once the musicians started playing the white kids joined the black kids in the pit. So the 20s jazz was the first step towards unity between the races and different nationalities.

Good Stuff

Great music, itunes needs more like this!

Charleston, anyone?

What a fantastic voice and spirit. Hanshaw is so pleasant - I love listening to her have fun. "That's all."


Nacido/a: New York, NY, 18 de octubre de 1901

Género: Vocal

Años de actividad: '20s, '30s

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,...
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