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Numb Fumblin - Fats Waller - Young Fats Waller - Early Piano Solos (Vinyl)

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  1. € Add to cart Buy the book Fats Waller - 17 Solos For Piano Volume 1, with the transcriptions listed below. After payment with Paypal, you will be able to download the book in PDF format or receive the book by postal services if you choose this delivery mode.
  2. During the '20s he was purely an instrumentalist, one of the greatest and most powerful stride pianists of all time. This CD has all of Waller 's early piano solos, including every one of the alternate takes (two versions of many titles and a very rare third take of "I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling")/
  3. Thomas "Fats" Waller is one of the more important of the modern pianist-composers. Born in New York on May 21, , the son of a minister, "Fats" played the organ and sang in the choir of the Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem, where his father preached until he was fifteen years old.
  4. Transcriptions of Fats Waller's jazz piano solos including Alligator Crawl, Handful Of Keys, Martinique, Numb Fumblin', Smashing Thirds, Squeeze me.
  5. This collection brings together all the studio piano solos Waller recorded for Victor. It is an amazing corpus, and doubly interesting as Fats performs many of his numerous compositions. His most important solo recordings other than his Victor sides, are the movements of his 'London Suite', added here as a bonus on Disc Two.5/5(7).
  6. May 21,  · Fats Waller was big in every way—big in girth, big in talent, big in personality, big in Jazz. Unlike other pioneers of the new American music on piano like classically trained Scott Joplin of Memphis or the master of the New Orleans whore house blues Jellyroll Morton, Thomas Waller who was born in Harlem on this date in cut his musical teeth playing organ for street crusades and.
  7. - Music by Fats Waller - Fats was always low on cash he sold his rights to the song and 18 other for (5,) in - Louis Armstrong introduced it tot he world in on broadway - It showed up again in in Ain't Mishbehavin a show of Fats Wallers Music Source 5.
  8. Fats Waller (instrumentalist: piano) Search Fats Waller on = Recordings are available for online listening. = Recordings were issued from this master.
  9. "I'm Crazy 'Bout My Baby" from (like "Red Hot Dan" of ) is an early glimpse of Fats the Vocalist. Even more than his piano, it was Thomas Waller's voice that made him into a nationally famous recording artist by the middle of the s. Nine examples of Fats Waller & His Rhythm (recorded in and ) round off the album beautifully.

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