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Performer: Fats Waller
Genre: Jazz
Title: The Rarest Fats Waller Volume Four
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Sixteen more songs performed by Fats Waller which have never appeared on record" Comes with 1 Page typewriter printed notes on the tracks.

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Thomas Wright "Fats" Waller (May 21, 1904 – December 15, 1943) was an American jazz pianist, organist, composer, violinist, singer, and comedic entertainer. His innovations in the Harlem stride style laid the groundwork for modern jazz piano. His best-known compositions, "Ain't Misbehavin'" and "Honeysuckle Rose", were inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1984 and 1999.

The groundbreaking solo and group work of the '20s behind him, Waller recorded reams of amusing and swinging combo tunes in the following decade for Bluebird; 23 of them are heard here. The fare ranges from the predictably tongue-in-cheek ("Big Chief De Sota") to classic standards ("Until the Real Thing Comes Along"). And finding room for some of that famous keyboard work, Waller lets loose on the instrumental "Fractious Fingering. Having fun the old fashioned way. Track Listing.

Thomas ""Fats"" Waller was a hugely popular and equally influential pianist, organist, singer, composer and comedic entertainer during the formative decades of jazz, and his unique style, and memorable hit songs earned him a special place in the world of entertainment, transcending the boundaries between jazz and wider popular culture, and enjoying success on both sides of the Atlantic

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About Fats Waller Sample Records. It is December 1937, Fats Waller has landed in Hollywood. Five musicians have been rounded up to form a sort of West Coast rhythm band. I would be happy to hear of any others. Waller plays the introduction to a pretty love song, one with enough merit that he will savor its nuances rather than ripping it to shreds. The very title, Am I in Another World?, obviously appeals to the pianist’s poetic sensibilities, and he handles the melody gently as the tune unfolds.

Tracklist

A1 Hold my Hand
A2 I Got The Ritz From The One I Love (Oct 1931)
A3 The Joint is Jumping (date unknown)
A4 Do it Mr. So and So
A5 Night Wind - African Ripples - Because of Once Upon a Time
A6 Go Down Moses - Ain't Misbehavin'
B1 Hold My Hand (Swing Club 1938)
B2/3 Georgia Grind (March 1940)
B4 Dancing Fool (March 1940)
B5 You're Some Pretty Doll (March 1940)
B6/7 Oh, Sister! Ain't That Hot? (March 1940)

Notes

Pressed on transparent green vinyl.
"Sixteen more songs performed by Fats Waller which have never appeared on record"
Comes with 1 Page typewriter printed notes on the tracks.