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The 1935 Transcriptions

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2002
Track listing: Baby Brown/Viper's Drag/How Can You Face Me?; Dinah/Handful Of Keys/Solitude; I'm Craxy 'Bout My Baby/Teat For Two/Believe It, Beloved; Sweet Sue, Just You/Somebody Stole My Gal/Honeysuckle Rose; Night Wind/African Ripples/Because Of Once Upon A Time; Where Were You On The Night Of June The Third;/Clothesline Ballet/Don't Let It Bother You; Fats Waller's Original E Flat Blues; Alligator Crawl; Zonky; Hallelujah/Do Me A Favor/California Here I Come; I've Got A Feeling I'm Falling;/My Fate Is In Our Hands/Ain't Misbehavin'; You're The Top/Blue Turning Grey Over You/Russian Fantasy. (Total Time: 67:41).

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Fats Waller: The 1935 Transcriptions

Read "The 1935 Transcriptions" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Ain't Misbehavin'... Born in Waverley, New York in 1904, raised in Harlem, and schooled by his mother, James P. Johnson, Karl Bohm, and Leopold Godowsky, Thomas “Fats" Waller would have been a giant in American music history without his happy gargantuan personality. A personality, in fact, so big, that his showmanship has often overshadowed his considerable ...


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