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  • Oct 18,  · FATS WALLER - Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 1 - techno.duzilkreeoghmaronagamatius.infoinfo Music Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Loveless Love 8. Messin' Around With The Blues 9. The Rusty Pail Stompin' The Bug Fats was great of piano, but his organ recordings were some of the best. Fats was one of the few masters of the pipe organ and developed his own style /5(14).
  • Fats Waller plays pipe organ on tracks 1 to 17 and Compton organ on tracks 18 to Tracks 3, 6, 8 and 13 appear on David Lynch & Alan R. Splet - Eraserhead Original Soundtrack. Tracks 1 & 2 recorded in Camden, November 17th, Tracks 3 to 7 recorded in Camden, January 14th, Tracks 8 & 9 recorded in Camden, February 16th, /5(2).
  • Jul 28,  · Thomas "Fats" Waller was certainly one of the most gifted practitioners of the stride piano style. A disciple and pupil of the great James P. Johnson, Fats was a prodigy early on and was as much at home on a theater organ, pipe organ, or Hammond B-3 as he was on piano/5(9).
  • Fats Waller-Sugar~Played on the Estey Organ by preservationhall Play next; Play now; Smarty - Fats Waller Fats Waller - Loveless Love ~Played on the Estey Organ.
  • Thomas Wright "Fats" Waller (May 21, – December 15, ) 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 and Born: May 21, , New York, New York, U.S.
  • The Complete Recorded Works, Volume 1: Messin' Around With The Blues (4-CD) by Fats Waller - CD () for $ from techno.duzilkreeoghmaronagamatius.infoinfo Jazz - Order by Phone /5(11).
  • Fats Waller was the first jazz organist, but admittedly the organ solos lack the pace and swing of Waller on the piano and they are something of an acquired taste. But, I particularly enjoyed the sessions with various sidemen made before Waller played with a more or less stable group he called his Rhythm/5(6).