The Last Years, 1940-1943. The last recording date for the sextet was on July 13, 1942, with the Deep River Boys combining with Fats on By the Light of the Silvery Moon and also singing on Romance a la Mode (which was never issued on the Bluebird label but was later released in England). At midnight on July 30, James C. Petrillo, president of the American Federation of Musicians, placed a ban on commercial recording, a move that was part of a bitter labor dispute.
Fats Waller And His Rhythm. The Last Years (1940-1943) (Box, Comp + 4xLP, RE, RM). Bluebird (3), BMG. NL90411(4). Bluebird BMG.
Since all of the previous Fats Waller Rhythm reissue series start off in 1934 and get discontinued before reaching the '40s, this time around the newest program has started out with Waller's last recordings and is working its way backwards. This essential three-CD set contains the poser's last 63 studio recordings
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Fats Waller & His Rhythm - The Jitterbug Waltz. 321 кБит/с, 8mb 3. 03:23. The Last Years (1940-43) Disc 1, 256 кБит/с, . mb 28. 03:10. Fats Waller & His Rhythm - Chatanooga Choo Choo. 100 Greatest Jazz & Swing Hits 1917 - 1942, 128 кБит/с, . mb 3. 03:28. Fats Waller & His Rhythm - My Very Good Friend The Milkman. Our Very Good Friend, Fats, 160 кБит/с, . 03:36.
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Artist: Fats Waller Title: The Last Years Year Of Release: 1989 Label: Bluebird Genre: Early Jazz, Jive, Stride, Swing Quality: FLAC (tracks+. Tracklist: CD1 (67:04). 01. Old Grand Dad (2:47) 02. Fat and Greasy (3:07) 03. Little Curly Hair in a High Chair (3:10) 04. (You're A) Square from Delaware (2:57) 05.
Jitterbug Waltz" is a 1942 jazz composition by Fats Waller and initially recorded the same year by Fats Waller and His Rhythm. It was also recorded by Art Tatum, Erroll Garner, Chet Atkins, Vince Guaraldi, Butch Thompson, Al Hirt, Eric Dolphy, and David Murray. The song is in the key of E♭ major and in 3/4 time.