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Annette Hanshaw

(October 18th 1901 - March 13th 1985)

Born Catherine Annette Hanshaw and raised in New York City she became a singing sensation dubbed "The Personality Girl" for her relaxed and charming nature. She recorded extensively accompanied by prominent jazz musicians between September 1926 and February 1934 known for ending most of her records with a trademark "That's All!". Annette made her first and only film appearance in the 1933 Paramount short "Captain Henry's Radio Show". She married Pathé records executive Herman "Wally" Rose and retired from music altogether in the late '30s.


'Cause I Feel Low Down (2:43)

A Precious Little Thing Called Love (3:05)

Annette's Interview (Part 1) (7:53)

Annette's Interview (Part 2) (9:01)

Big City Blues (3:04)

Cooking Breakfast For The One I Love (3:21)

Daddy Won't You Please Come Home (3:02)

Don't Take That Black Bottom Away (3:16)

Get Out And Get Under The Moon (2:51)

Here Or There (3:08)

I Gotta Get Myself Somebody To Love (3:25)

I Wanna Be Loved By You (2:35)

I'm Somebody's Somebody Now (3:11)

I've Got A Feeling I'm Falling (2:57)

It All Depends On You (3:08)

It Was Only A Sunshower (3:17)

Lovable And Sweet (2:47)

Lover Come Back To Me (3:06)

My Sin (3:05)

Rosy Cheeks (2:52)

Singin' in the Rain (3:21)

Tiptoe Through the Tulips with Me (2:55)

True Blue Lou (3:26)

Under The Moon (3:36)

We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye (1:43)

What Wouldn't I Do For That Man (2:50)

When I'm Housekeeping For You (2:58)

Who's That Knocking At My Door? (2:58)

You Wouldn't Fool Me, Would You? (2:40)

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