8428Re: [RedHotJazz] Annette Hanshaw, Lee Morse and Weimar Republic music
- Feb 8 3:38 AMHi, Peter,
thanks for the boost... at least there are people out there that likes the
music I posted.
I only recently discovered Annette Hanshaw and Lee Morse via Youtube.... I
liked listening to Jo Stafford, Anne Shelton, Sam Browne, Dinah Shore and
also Deanna Durbin.... I admit they are not mostly from 20s but some are
Weintraub Synocapators - I would say they are part of the Weimar Republic
as I do hear Jack Hylton on the station of Weimar Republic a few times so do
Piccadilly Players.... plenty of American and British on that station as
well as Europeans....
For your mention of Hawaiian music, I agree but I found that there are other
different variations of "Happy Days are here...." also "Boulevard of Broken
dreams"..... Amazing that there are different variations of different songs
in that time period...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter L Reid" <reid1947@...>
Sent: Tuesday, February 08, 2011 11:26 AM
Subject: Re: [RedHotJazz] Annette Hanshaw, Lee Morse and Weimar Republic
> On 8/02/2011 9:36 PM, Alex Hill wrote:
>> Sounds that nobody is interested in what I posted...
>> Never mind, every person is not the same one as the next person.
> Hi Alex,
> In my case it was not that I'm not interested, it's finding time to
> Annette Hanshaw is a favourite of mine. She made some wonderful
> recordings, and had some very good musos
> backing her. I must admit her Hawaiian stuff doesn't appeal to me, and I
> can do without the Helen Kane/Betty Boop
> Lee Morse I have never heard before, and I like what I have heard so
> far. On some tracks, especially "If You Want The Rainbow"
> she sounds a bit like Marjorie Stedeford, an Australian singer from
> before the war, who recorded tracks in London in the
> mid thirties. Another singer I like.
> Would you include "The Weintraub Syncopators" as Weimar Republic music?
> They are such an integral part of "The Blue Angel",
> one of my top 10 films.
> That's all
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