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9 thoughts on “ Not There - Right There - Fats Waller - Jazz Gigants (CD, Album)

  1. Written-By – Alex Hill*, Fats Waller: Truckin' Written-By – Rube Bloom, Ted Koehler: Private Recording Session, London, 3 April You Can't Have Your Cake and Eat It Too Drums – Johnny Marks Written-By – Fats Waller: Not There, Right There.
  2. In and , Fats Waller sailed to Great Britain, making guest appearances with English musicians because of union rules which prevented him from touring with his American group. The music in this CD compilation, which has been reissued by various labels under different titles, is quite enjoyable.8/
  3. This second volume of rare Fats Waller items includes 24 selections performed at a marathon radio transcription session in (there were actually 31 pieces played, seven of which are on Volume I). Waller is heard solo, singing and playing piano without the assistance of his sidemen, and he is in top form on a wide variety of material. This CD concludes with previously unreleased items from 9/
  4. Complete Recorded Works, Volume 5 ~ Release by Fats Waller (see all versions of this release, 1 available).
  5. This jam-packed four-disc, track box, the fifth multi-disc box in Ted Kendall's definitive and ongoing overview of the pianist's career, covers through and includes recording sessions Waller did in New York, London, and Chicago. Few performers in the history of jazz, or in the pop realm for that matter, have been able to combine Price: $
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  7. The following is a précis taken from the sleeve notes of The Real Fats Waller Camden CDN which is in my vinyl collection: Thomas (Fats) Waller was an American jazz pianist and composer. It is generally assumed that he wrote more than tunes, many of them unpublished and many with themes or phrases duplicated in his other compositions.
  8. In jazz, the horns – the saxophones and trumpets – have traditionally been the music’s glamour instruments and its main focus. But the piano has played an important role in the development.
  9. Biography Early life. Nathaniel Adams Coles was born in Montgomery, Alabama, on March 17, He had three brothers: Eddie (–), Ike (–), and Freddy (), and a half-sister, Joyce Coles. Each of the Cole brothers pursued careers in music. When Nat King Cole was four years old, the family moved to Chicago, Illinois, where his father, Edward Coles, became a Baptist.

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