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  1. May 21,  · The circumstances of Fats Waller’s death at 39 are worthy of a place in the national narrative if you can imagine a collaboration between, say, Walt Whitman, Thomas Wolfe, Jack Kerouac, and Ralph Ellison: the stricken hero passing his last hours on the Santa Fe Chief, eastbound from the Zanzibar Club in L.A., after being laid up for weeks with a virus.
  2. The Fats Waller You’ve Never Heard Its composer was none other than Fats Waller, the great jazz pianist. It would be worth it, and I should know: I produced a small-scale re-creation of the score for a cabaret space some years ago and can attest that Waller’s work still delights a modern audience, including listeners with no.
  3. FATS WALLER lyrics: 44 albums / song lyrics including "Twenty-Four Hours A Day" Fats Waller Stomp; Savannah Blues; Won't You Take Me Home? He's Gone Away; Red Hot Dan; Geechee Stomp; The More I Know You (The More I Love You) Fats Waller Memorial Album () A Tisket, A Tasket;.
  4. Fats Waller (Thomas Wright Waller, May 21, – December 15, ) was an American jazz pianist, organist, composer, singer, and comedic entertainer. His greatest success came with "Fats Waller & his Rhythm". Thomas Wright Waller was the youngest of four children, born in New York to Adeline Locket Waller and Reverend Edward Martin Waller.
  5. Fats Waller covered If I Could Be with You, St. Louis Blues, I've Got a Feeling I'm Falling, Jail House Blues and other songs. Fats Waller originally did St. Louis Blues, If I Could Be with You, Jail House Blues, I've Got My Fingers Crossed and other songs. Fats Waller wrote Keepin' Out of Mischief Now, Ain't Misbehavin', (What Did I Do to Be So) Black and Blue?, Blue, Turning Grey over You Born: May 21,
  6. Fats Waller, byname of Thomas Wright Waller, (born May 21, , New York City, New York, U.S.—died December 15, , Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.), American pianist and composer who was one of the few outstanding jazz musicians to win wide commercial fame, though this was achieved at a cost of obscuring his purely musical ability under a cloak of broad comedy.

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