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  • Singer: Fats Waller
  • Album: Jazz & Blues Collection
  • MP3: 1564 mb | FLAC: 1746 mb
  • Released: 1996
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Fats Waller - Jazz & Blues Collection mp3 flac

Piano, Vocals – Fats Waller (tracks: 1-6,9,11,12,14-18). Trombone – Alton Moore (tracks: 2), Flyod O'Erien. Trumpet – Benny Carter (tracks: 2), Herman Autrey (tracks: 1,3-9,11-14), John "Bugs" Hamilton (tracks: 15-18). Recorded in: Camben, New Jersey, 24 June 1935 (No. 1) Hollywood, probably 23 January 1943 (No. 2) Chicago, 29 November 1936 (No. 9) New York: 1 March 1928 (No. 10) 16 May 1934 (No. 3) 28 September 1934 (No. 4) 8 May 1935 (Nos. 11,12) 2 August 1935 (No. 5) 8 June 1936 (No. 6) 1 August 1936 (Nos.

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The Incredible Jazz Guitar O. as his third album but the one that truly put the Indianapolis guitarist on the jazz map. Montgomery’s sidemen (pianist Tommy Flanagan, Modern Jazz Quartet bassist Percy Heath, and his brother, drummer Albert Montgomery) offer sterling support on a varied selection of original tunes (‘Four On Six’, ‘West Coast Blues’ and ‘Mr Walker’), covers (Sonny Rollins’ ‘Airegin’ and Dave Brubeck’s ‘In Your Own Sweet Way’) and standards (‘Polka Dots And Moonbeams’). His debut album was the magnificent The Blues And The Abstract Truth, on which Nelson led a stellar septet whose ranks included Freddie Hubbard, Eric Dolphy and Bill Evans. No Bix Beiderbecke? No Bunny Berigan? No Fats Waller, etc, etc. etc. ONLY one Louis Armstrong record listed! How can that possibly be??

This best-of features a dozen recordings by the celebrated 20th-century jazz pianist Fats Waller, including popular standards like "Sheik of Araby" and "Stardust," and swinging dance numbers like "18th Street Stomp" and "'Tain't Nobody's Bizness If I D.

Thomas "Fats" Waller was the first jazz organist. He also helped to develop and establish the style of music commonly known as swing; was possessed of an outrageous sense of humor; sang however the hell he felt like singing, and made a point of cutting up whenever possible, particularly when he had to navigate a seemingly endless stream of Tin Pan Alley lyrics. These solos represent and reveal the very heart of Waller, and a significant portion of the collective soul of all humanity. If there were to be one Fats Waller album, or one jazz album, or one of a handful of sound recordings to speak for the world, this is it. It's that important, it's that beautiful, it's that essential. - arwulf arwulf, Rovi.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Dinah
Written-By – Young*, Lewis*
3:07
2 Ain't Misbehavin'
Written-By – Razaf*, Waller*, Brooks*
4:01
3 I Wish I Were Twins
Written-By – De Lange*, Loesser*, Meyer*
2:44
4 Sweetie Pie
Written-By – Loeb*
3:09
5 Truckin'
Written-By – Bloom*, Koehler*
3:19
6 Black Raspberry Jam
Written-By – Waller*
2:38
7 I'm Crazy 'Bout My Baby
Written-By – Hill*, Waller*
2:17
8 Until The Real Thing Comes Along
Written-By – Freeman*, Cahn*, Chaplin*
3:24
9 Honeysuckle Rose
Written-By – Razaf*, Waller*
3:08
10 Handful Of Keys
Written-By – Waller*
2:47
11 Lulu's Back In Town
Written-By – Dubin*, Warren*
2:38
12 I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter
Written-By – Ahlert*, Young*
3:34
13 The Joint Is Jumpin'
Written-By – Razaf*, Waller*, Johnson*
2:48
14 Hold Tight
Written-By – Brandow*, Spotswood*
2:17
15 The Spider And The Fly
Written-By – Razaf*, Waller*, Johnson*
2:16
16 Your Feet's Too Big
Written-By – Benson*, Fisher*
3:07
17 Hey! Stop Kissin' My Sister
Written-By – Peyton*, Coblin*, Coblin*
2:46
18 All That Meat And No Potatoes
Written-By – Kirkeby*, Waller*
2:46

Credits

  • Bass – Billy Taylor* (tracks: 3,4), Cedric Wallace (tracks: 14-18), Charles Turner (tracks: 1,5,6-9,11-13), Slam Stuart (tracks: 2)
  • Clarinet – Ben Whitted (tracks: 3), Mezz Meezrow* (tracks: 4)
  • Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Rudy Powell (tracks: 1,5,11,12)
  • Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone – Gene Sedric (tracks: 6-9,13-18)
  • Drums – Arnold Boling (tracks: 1,5), Slick Jones (tracks: 7-9,13-18), Yank Porter (tracks: 6), Zutty Singleton (tracks: 2)
  • Drums, Vibraphone – Harry Dial (tracks: 3,4,11,12)
  • Guitar – Albert Casey* (tracks: 3,4,6-9,11-14), Irvin Ashby* (tracks: 2), James Smith* (tracks: 1,5), John Smith (tracks: 15-18)
  • Performer – Gene Porter (tracks: 2)
  • Piano – Fats Waller (tracks: 7,8,10,13)
  • Piano, Vocals – Fats Waller (tracks: 1-6,9,11,12,14-18)
  • Trombone – Alton Moore (tracks: 2), Flyod O'Erien*
  • Trumpet – Benny Carter (tracks: 2), Herman Autrey (tracks: 1,3-9,11-14), John "Bugs" Hamilton* (tracks: 15-18)

Notes

Recorded in:

Camben, New Jersey, 24 June 1935 (No. 1)
Hollywood, probably 23 January 1943 (No. 2)
Chicago, 29 November 1936 (No. 9)
New York:
1 March 1928 (No. 10)
16 May 1934 (No. 3)
28 September 1934 (No. 4)
8 May 1935 (Nos. 11,12)
2 August 1935 (No. 5)
8 June 1936 (No. 6)
1 August 1936 (Nos. 7,8)
7 October 1937 (No. 13)
19 January 1939 (No. 14)
2 August 1939 (No. 15)
3 November 1939 (No. 16)
16 July 1940 (No. 17)
20 March 1941 (No. 18)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SACEM/SDRM/SACD/SCDL
  • Matrix / Runout: CD PLANT TECVAL WIS 60180-669
  • Other (SPARS Code): ADD