Fats Waller and His Rhythm – A Handful Of Keys – Music. Fats Waller – Handful of Keys: – Music. Handful Of Keys Lyrics: I like to tinkle on an old piana / I like to play it in a subtle mannah / I get a lot of pleasure / With a spano’ keys / Underneath my finger tips.
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A Handful of Keys: – Fats Waller | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic
You’ve Been Taking Lessons in Love. As time passed, some of the charm would occasionally fade as producers kept handing Fats ridiculously lousy material. Even more than if piano it was Thomas Waller ‘s voice that made him into a nationally famous recording artist by the middle of the s. Nearly half of the sides included here date from before Jazz Latin New Age.
I Wish I Were Twins. Release Date September 2, Harlem Fuss Fats Waller. For the purposes of this CD, three will do, but there’s plenty more piano solos where these came from, and one can never have enough. One irritating shortcoming of most American reissues has been an apparent reluctance to include more than a thimbleful of Waller ‘s exciting material from the s.
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Song: Handful of Keys written by Fats Waller | SecondHandSongs
Muscle Shoals Blues Fats Waller. This allows the listener to follow the growth of young Thomas Waller and to arrive at a greater appreciation of his impact upon the world. A Porter’s Love Song to a Chambermaid.
All that’s missing is the knuckles ‘n’ know-how piano solo “Blue Black Bottom” ofbut you can’t have everything. The Minor Drag Fats Waller.
How Can You Face Me. Hopefully it will inspire some folks to go out and pursue the rest of his recordings, even if they have to purchase them from the French or the Dutch or the Swedes. Recording Date October 21, – June 24, Red Hot Dan Sidney Easton. Ever since the tats of his entire Bluebird catalog, the European labels have been a great source of consolation for disgruntled admirers of this man’s music.
Only three of the piano solos are included, but they illustrate perfectly why all of Waller ‘s piano solos need to be made available and kept in circulation for the rest of time, possibly protected by an act of Congress or a United Nations resolution. What you have here then is Waller at his very best. Waller was the first jazz organist, and the inclusion of two bandful solos makes this disc all the more valuable, even if the liner notes imply that he didn’t record with the organ between the years and The inclusion of a piano duet with Benny Payne comes as a surprise, as previous compilers have often seemed to resent the presence of a second pianist, but indeed there is something exciting about hearing Cab Calloway ‘s piano man interacting with Fats.
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Nearly every side they made in these first couple of years as a working unit had this fresh and cheeky quality. Waller in or could sometimes sound just a little bit tired of Tin Pan Alley rejects.
Here is Fats cutting a hot piano solo at the age of 19, daring to play such stuff on the pipe organ a few years later, and incorporating both instruments into hot ensembles, resulting in some of the toughest records of the entire decade.
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A Handful of Keys: 1922-1935
On the contrary, Waller ‘s recording of “Night Wind” is among the loveliest of his organ performances, and nandful trundled the instrument out on a regular basis throughout his career, particularly during the year Nine examples of Waller and his Rhythm recorded in and round off the album beautifully.
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