ANNETTE HANSHAW & HER SIZZLIN’ SYNCOPATORS: Who’s That Knockin’ at My Door?
New York: September 1927
Perfect 12372 (mx. 107766 – )
Various works cite an undocumented recording date of September 8.
ANNETTE HANSHAW & HER SIZZLIN’ SYNCOPATORS: I’ve Got “It” (But It Don’t Do Me No Good)
New York: May 5, 1930
Velvet Tone 2155-V (mx. W 150388 – 3)
ANNETTE HANSHAW (as Dot Dare): Is There Anything Wrong in That?
New York: November 22, 1928
Diva 2792-V (mx. W 147483 – 3)
ANNETTE HANSHAW (as Patsy Young): I Want To Be Bad
New York: March 14, 1929
Velvet Tone 1878-V (mx. W 148077 – 2)
ANNETTE HANSHAW: I Think You’ll Like It
New York: October 28, 1929
Mx. W 149196 – 2
From a c. 1960s custom vinyl pressing of the original stamper.
No accompanying personnel are listed in the company files for any of these sessions, although experienced collectors will readily recognize Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang, Frank Signorelli, Benny Goodman, and others on various sides. Speculative personnel, based on aural evidence, can be found in our free download of Brian Rust’s Jazz & Ragtime Records (Personal-Use Edition, 1917–1934).