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Annette Hanshaw's Guilty
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Author:  GrafonolaG50 [ Sun Aug 20, 2017 5:36 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Annette Hanshaw's Guilty

Interesting. I guess lasting popularity is the reason for the high prices/ scarcity?

Author:  Wolfe [ Sat Sep 23, 2017 11:29 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Annette Hanshaw's Guilty

Lucius1958 wrote:
Annette was one of those talents that could only have flourished after electric recording came in: it's impossible to think of her "belting" a song into a horn.



Two budget label Harmony sides she made with Frank Ferera's Hawaiian Trio - Was It A Dream / For Old Time's Sake are acoustically recorded. Harmony continued to make some acoustic discs until 1929 or so.

No "belting" needed. Just sing right into the horn. 8-) https://youtu.be/R8NjVoxcjz8

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