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Annette Hanshaw COOKING BREAKFAST - Hot! 1930

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Uploaded on Jun 12, 2010

SORRY! SOMEONE HAS HACKED MY AUDIO TRACK AND ADDED HORRIBLE CLICKING TO TURN OFF VIEWERS TO MY SITE!! I CAN ONLY SURMISE IT IS YOUTUBE DOING IT AS WHO ELSE HAS MY INFO?? Harmony 1105-H Here's a new snappy Annette tune from my 78 collection, Annette Hanshaw sings another "Talkie Hit " from "Be Yourself". Be sure and play her other song from this talkie I have posted last week, "When a Woman Loves A Man", both tunes recorded the same day, 1-30-30. Rare film of the Phil Spitalny Orchestra and the Goldwym Girls hilight this post, with color magazine illustrations from the 20s Ladies Home Journal adding period kitchen charm. I went animation crazy on this one so expect some amusing images. Enjoy this new version by Phil Spitalnys band, under pseudonym "Hotel Pennsylvania Music".

Phil Spitalny expert Prozoot says that Harmony records by Hotel Pennsylvania Music are by Phil Spitalnys band at this time. The Harmony record label says Gay Ellis with Hotel Pennsylvania Music (a pseudonym). The violin solo behind her vocal sounds like Joe Venuti to me! There is aiso a guitar, who may be Eddie Lang!
This video has been uploaded by all jazz.com asserting that it is a record that never was! ... a blend mix of 2 different records! I want to assure all viewers this is just one rare Harmony label 78! It's not even listed at redhot jazz site!

New Info: This song was written in part by Billy Rose, who was married then to Ziegfeld's jewish comedian Fanny Brice, and promoted her in the new talkies, in her first United Artists sound film, "Be Yourself". She sang this song to Robert Armstrong (you know him from King Kong) in the film. Fanny had previously made an early Vitaphone Warner Brothers talkie called "My Man", that is lost. Some sound track records have turned up, but the film is dust in the can.

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