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75 Original Great Performances Remastered

Fats Waller

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Customer Reviews

Fats Rocks!!!

Perfect starter set for the soon-to-be Fats Waller fan (and easily worth 4 or 5 times the price)!
If you THINK you are not familiar with Fats' work...you'll be surprised to hear some very familiar old tunes in this set.
FUN songs that will set your feet tapping and put a smile on your face.
Briliant compositions that are intricate and subtle followed by beautiful and romantic love ballads.
If you think you could not possibly have any interestest in music recorded before you (or your parents) were born...
One listen and you'll be hooked!!!
Fats Rocks!
"Yes, Yes!"

Great deal for lots of timeless music

Eight bucks for 75 Fats Waller tunes? This is a no-brainer.

Fans of Fats

If there is a better bargain on absolutely swingin' seminal music, then I haven't seen it. Came to Fats by way of Basie, and it was like discovering the mother lode. This cat is one of the giants. And Andy Razaf is an inspired lyricist in his own right. Infectious, playful, monster chops put to great use. Aloha

Biography

Born: May 21, 1904 in New York, NY

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '20s, '30s, '40s

Not only was Fats Waller one of the greatest pianists jazz has ever known, he was also one of its most exuberantly funny entertainers — and as so often happens, one facet tends to obscure the other. His extraordinarily light and flexible touch belied his ample physical girth; he could swing as hard as any pianist alive or dead in his classic James P. Johnson-derived stride manner, with a powerful left hand delivering the octaves and tenths in a tireless, rapid, seamless stream. Waller also...
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