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A Long Overdue Chat
In a 1972 telephone interview conducted by Jack Cullen 1920's singing sensation Annette Hanshaw sets the record straight about her days at the top of the New York jazz scene.
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For the first half of her 1972 telephone interview with Jack Cullen, the original "Personality Girl", Annette Hanshaw recalls her extreme dis-like for the music industry and show business in general and confesses her hatred from the way her voice sounded on 78 rpm record. Annette also reflects on her one-time competitors including such talents as Ruth Etting, in addition to singers she admired like Ethel Waters and Connie Boswell.
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