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Thursday, December 9, 2010

Back atcha with Part II of the Fats Waller list.........

More of the big man for ya on a Thursday afternoon.......

Let's not waste anytime with mere words..........let's get right to the tunage, shall we??

London Suite-Piccadilly 6-13-1939
Muscle Shoals blues 10-21-1922 (as Thomas Waller)
Serenade for a wealthy widow 9-28-1934 (F.W. and His Rhythm)
London Suite-Chelsea 6-13-1939
London Suite-Soho 6-13-1939
Really fine 3-16-1942 (F.W., His Rhythm and His Orch.)
London Suite-Bond Street  6-13-1939
Mandy  9-28-1934  (F.W. and His Rhythm)
Let's pretend there's a moon 9-28-1934 (F.W. and His Rhythm)
London Suite-Limehouse   6-13-1939
Mama's got the blues 1922 (w/ Sara Martin)
Last go 'round blues 1922 (w/ Sara Martin)
London Suite-Whitechapel 6-13-1939
Oh! Frenchy 1939 (F.W. and His Rhythm)
Smoke dreams of you 1939 (pipe organ)
(I wish I could shimmy) like my sister Kate 1923 (w/ Anna Jones)
Romance a la mode 1942 (F.W. and His Rhythm)
I adore you 11-29-1936 (F.W. and His Rhythm)
I used to love you (but it's all over now) 6-28-1939 (F.W. and His Rhythm)
If it isn't love     11-7-1934 (F.W. and His Rhythm)
I'm sorry I made you cry 12-24-1936  (F.W. and His Rhythm)
Squabbling blues 1923 (w/ Sara Martin and Clarence Williams)
Old Grand Dad 4-11-1940 (F.W. and His Rhythm)
In Harlem's Araby 1924 (w/ Porter Grainger)
Please keep me in your dreams  12-24-1936 (F.W. and His Rhythm)
Slightly less than wonderful (V-Disc)
Little curly hair in a high chair (From the MGM film "Forty Little Mothers")  4-11-1940 (F.W. and His Rhythm)
It's so nice it must be illegal (V-Disc)
One in a  million 12-24-1936  (F.W. and His Rhythm)
Square from Delaware 1939
Maybe someday 1924 (w/ Hazel Meyers)
Nero 12-24-1936  (F.W. and His Rhythm)
It's the tune that counts 1939
I can't break the habit of you 2-22-1937 (F.W. and His Rhythm)
Send me Jackson 1939 (F.W. and His Rhythm)
Nobody knows de trouble I seen 1926 (Alta Browne & Bertha Powell)
Solitude (V-Disc)
I couldn't hear nobody praying 1926 (Alta Browne & Bertha Powell)
It's you who taught it to me 1939
Night wind 1-5-1935 (F.W. and His Rhythm) (organ)
Sometimes I feel like a motherless child (V-Disc)
My mommie sent me to the store 1939
Mama's losin' a mighty good chance 1926 (w/ Caroline Johnson)
A porter's love song to a chambermaid 5-16-1934  (F.W. and His Rhythm)
I ain't got nobody   12-1-1927 (pipe organ)
I ain't got nobody 2  6-11-1937 (instr)
I can't give you anything but love 2-22-1937 (w/ Una Mae Carlisle )
I can't give you anything but love 2  8-28-1938
I got rhythm 13-4-1935 (F.W. His Rhythm and His Orch.)
I simply adore you  4-12-1938 (F.W. and His Orch.)
I won't believe it til I hear from you 1938
(The reefer song) If you're a viper 1943
It's a sin to tell a lie 6-5-1936 (F.W. and His Rhythm)
I've got a crush on you 1939 (w/ Lee Wiley)
Jive 1938 (pipe organ)
Just had to do it 1938 (b'cast)
Keepin' out of mischief now 6-11-1937
Last night a miracle happened 1938
Lenox Avenue blues 11-17-1922 (pipe organ)
Loveless love 1-14-1927 (pipe organ)
Lulu's back in town 5-8-1935 (F.W. and His Rhythm)
Muskrat ramble 1938 (w/ Louis Armstrong)
My very good friend the milkman 6-24-1935 (F.W. and His Rhythm)
Numb fumbling 3-1-1929
Old plantation 3-18-1937 (F.W. and His Rhythm)
San Antone 4-9-1937 (F.W. and His Rhythm)
Savannah blues 5-20-1927 (Thomas Waller w/ Morris' Hot Babies) pipe organ
Hold tight (I want some seafood mama) 1-19-1939 (F.W. and His Rhythm)
Shortnin' bread 1940 (F.W. and His Rhythm)
Someone to watch over me 1939 (w/ Lee Wiley)
Soothin' syrup stomp 1-14-1927 (pipe organ)
Squeeze me 8-10-1939 (F.W. and His Rhythm)
The jitterbug waltz  3-16-1942 (F.W. His Rhythm and His Orch.)
The joint is jumpin'  
(The reefer song) If you're a viper
The sheik of Araby 1 1938
The sheik of Araby 2 1938

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2 comments:

  1. These are incredible. Great to hear all the tunes by the man himself.

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  2. Covers of his tunes are always great, but him doing them....he was brilliant and hilarious.

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