Fats Waller - "Fats" Waller Plays And Sings FLAC album
Title: "Fats" Waller Plays And Sings
FLAC version ZIP size: 1875 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1848 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1741 mb
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2018 All Tracks Remastered. Fats Plays Waller (Piano Solos 1922-1941). The Best Of. Fats Waller. Fats Waller Rhythms, Vol. 2. 1.
Louis Armstrong and Fats Waller only worked together twice, briefly in 1925 in Erskine Tate's band and four years later in the New York revue Connie's Hot Chocolates.
All formats Album CD CD Album CD Single CD Maxi Vinyl records LP 7 inchs 7 inchs (SP) 7 inchs (EP) 12 inchs 78 rpm 10 inchs DVD VHS Cassette Clothing T-Shirt Others. Fats waller fats plays sings alone and with various groups.
Fats Waller Plays & Sings Fats Waller. Other albums by Fats Waller. 1 Honeysuckle Rose Fats Waller 2:35. 2 Soothin' Syrup Stomp Fats Waller 2:52. 3 I'm Crazy 'Bout My Baby Fats Waller 3:16. 4 Handful of Keys Fats Waller 2:48. 5 The Minor Drag Fats Waller 2:38. 6 Harlem Fuss Fats Waller 3:18. 7 Numb Fumblin' Fats Waller 2:49. 8 I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling Fats Waller 2:48. 9 Valentine Stomp Fats Waller 3:12. 10 Smashing Thirds Fats Waller 3:6. 11 African Ripples Fats Waller 3:6. 12 Alligator Crawl Fats Waller 3:0.
Album: Fats Waller Plays & Sings Fats Waller, 2015. Fats Waller - 1904-1943. Fats Waller's father, Edward Waller, was a Baptist lay preacher who conducted open air religious services in Harlem, at which as a child Waller played reed organ. In October 1922, Waller made his recording debut as a soloist for Okeh with Muscle Shoals Blues and Binningham Blues. In 1923, a collaboration with Clarence Williams led to the publication of Waller's Wild Cat Blues, which Williams recorded with his Blue Five, including Sidney Bechet (July 1923). Another composition, Squeeze Me, was published the same year; these began to establish Waller's reputation as a composer of material performed and recorded by other artists. 1923 also saw his broadcasting debut for a Newark local station, followed by regular appearances on WHN of New York.
Dinah Washington Sings Fats Waller is a 1957 album by blues, R&B and jazz singer Dinah Washington released on the Emarcy label, and reissued by Verve Records in 1990 as The Fats Waller Songbook. In the album Washington covers 12 songs, which have been penned or performed by jazz pianist, organist, singer and songwriter Fats Waller.
|Darktown Strutters' Ball|
|I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter|
|Swingin' Them Jingle Bells|
|Blue, Turning Grey Over You|
|You're Not The Only Oyster In The Stew|
|It's A Sin To Tell A Lie|
|LPT 1001||Fats Waller||"Fats" Waller Plays And Sings (LP, Comp)||RCA Victor||LPT 1001||US||1954|
|EPBT 1001||Fats Waller||"Fats Waller Plays And Sings" (2x7", EP, Comp)||RCA Victor||EPBT 1001||Canada||1954|
|LPT 1001||Fats Waller||"Fats" Waller Plays And Sings (A Treasury Of Immortal Performances (LP, Comp, RE, Ind)||RCA Victor||LPT 1001||US||1954|
|DLP 1017, DLP.1017||"Fats" Waller And His Rhythm*||"Fats" Waller Plays And Sings (10", Comp, Mono)||His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice||DLP 1017, DLP.1017||UK||Unknown|
|DLP.1017||"Fats" Waller And His Rhythm*||"Fats" Waller Plays And Sings (10", Comp, Mono)||His Master's Voice||DLP.1017||UK||Unknown|
|WPT 8||Fats Waller||Fats Waller Plays And Sings (4x7", Album, Comp + Box)||RCA Victor||WPT 8||US||Unknown|