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Annette Hanshaw - Lover Come Back To Me (1929)

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Published on Oct 3, 2008

Annette Hanshaw (oct.18.1901 - mar.13.1985)

was one of the first great female jazz singers. In the late 1920s she ranked alongside Ethel Waters, Bessie Smith and the Boswell Sisters.

Her singing style was relaxed and suited the new jazz-influenced pop music of the late 1920s. Although she had a low opinion of her own singing, she continues to have fans because of how she combined the voice of an ingenue with the spirit of a flapper.

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Eddie Lang (okt.25,1902 - mar.26,1933)

He was the first Jazz guitar virtuoso. A boyhood friend of Joe Venuti, Lang took violin lessons for 11 years but switched to guitar before he turned professional in 1924 with the Mound City Blue Blowers. He was soon in great demand for recording dates, both in the jazz world and in pop settings. His sophisticated European sounding chord patterns made him a unique accompanist, but he was also a fine soloist.


from "The New Moon"
Annette Hanshaw - Lover Come Back To Me 3-15-1929 Columbia 1769-D

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