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This Way Out - Fats Waller - Fats Waller (CD)

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  1. Kigaramar says:
    Today, almost all of Fats Waller's studio recordings can be found on RCA's on-again-off-again series The Complete Fats Waller, which commenced on LPs in and was still in progress during the s. Thomas "Fats" Waller came from a Harlem household where his father was a Baptist lay preacher and his mother played piano and organ.
  2. Faujin says:
    Fats Waller (Thomas Wright Waller, May 21, – December 15, ) was an American jazz pianist, organist, composer, singer, and comedic entertainer. His greatest success came with "Fats Waller & his Rhythm". Thomas Wright Waller was the youngest of four children, born in New York to Adeline Locket Waller and Reverend Edward Martin Waller.
  3. Dalabar says:
    Имя файла C:\Downloads\Fats Waller(10 CD)\CD2 Fats Waller. Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now\Fats Waller - Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now [CD ].wav Пиковый уровень % Качество диапазона % CRC теста 4CB0E CRC копии 4CB0E Копирование OK Ошибок не произошло.
  4. Samugore says:
    Arguably his best work was done for Victor in and , but Waller was always a steady performer, and the radio transcriptions on this two-disc set -- recorded between are as delightful as anything else he ever recorded, and maybe even more so, thanks to his warm song introductions and occasional spoken asides; he introduces “Ain’t Misbehavin’” here by saying "Ladies and gentlemen, .
  5. Kazizahn says:
    For decades Fats Waller's recorded legacy has found its way into the lives of jazz heads and regular folks throughout the world, most often in piecemeal fashion through "best-of" collections that fixate upon his most popular recordings from the s and early '40s, or in mammoth "complete editions" inevitably peppered with gaps and flaws/5(11).
  6. Vur says:
    Thomas «Fats» Waller was one of the greatest personalities of jazz. He was James P. Johnson's pupil but quickly exceeded him in notability and technique. The perfection of his "phrasé", the originality of his game, his "swing", seem naturally obvious.
  7. Zologis says:
    Louis Armstrong and Fats Waller only worked together twice, briefly in in Erskine Tate’s band and four years later in the New York revue Connie’s Hot Chocolates. But Waller made an indelible enough impression for Satchmo to record the tribute album Satch Plays Fats: The Music of Fats Waller in , when such ideas were new.
  8. Maushakar says:
    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.
  9. Nelrajas says:
    Thomas Waller here is now Fats with a capital F, mugging, singing, joyfully striding his way through (short) life. Technically the best pianist of the Big Three (Johnson,Waller,Smith), he /5(14).

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