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Tracklist

118th Street Strut
Written-By – Costello, Moten
2Papa Better Watch Your Step
Written-By – Cooper, Wells
3'Tain't Nobody's Biz-ness If I Do
Written-By – Robbins, Grainger
4Your Time Now
Written-By – Williams
5Mama's Got The Blues
Written-By – Williams, Martin
6Squeeze Me
Written-By – Williams, Waller
7Snake Hips
Written-By – Williams
8You Can't Do What My Last Man Did
Written-By – Moore, Johnson

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RLP 1010Fats Waller Rediscovered Solos ‎(10", Mono)Riverside RecordsRLP 1010US1953
RLP 1010Fats Waller Rediscovered Solos ‎(10", Mono, Red)Riverside RecordsRLP 1010US1953
RLP 1010Fats Waller Rediscovered Solos ‎(10", Mono)Riverside RecordsRLP 1010US1953
AL 3507Fats Waller Rediscovered Solos ‎(10", Mono)London RecordsAL 3507UK1953

Credits

  • Liner NotesOrrin Keepnews
  • PianoFats Waller
  • ProducerBill Grauer, Jnr.
  • Transcription By [Pianola Transcription]J. Lawrence Cook

Notes

"The solos recreated here for the gramophone were played on the pianola by J. Lawrence Cook who is one of the veterans of this particular kind of music" [liner notes]

Transcribed from piano rolls.

Title on cover "Rediscovered Fats Waller Solos"; title on center labels "Fats Waller Piano Solos". Series "Origins Of Jazz" on cover, "Jazz Archive Series" on center labels.

'A "Riverside" Record Produced by Bill Grauer, Jnr., and Orrin Keepnews' [rear sleeve]

'Original QRS label numbers of the rolls and month of issue are as follows:-Your time now , May 1923: Snake hips , June 1923: 'Tain't nobody's biz-ness , June 1923: Papa better watch your step , July 1923: Mama's got the blues , August 1923: You can't do what my last man did , December 1923: Squeeze me , February 1926:18th Street strut , March 1926.' [rear sleeve]

Recorded in NYC, April, 1923 (B2), June, 1923 (A4, B4), July, 1923 (B3), circa July, 1923 (A3), December, 1923 (A2), circa February, 1926 (A1) and circa March, 1926 (B1)

A-side tracklist on cover is B-side tracklist on center labels and vice versa. Tracklist above represents the cover tracklist.

Sleeve printed in England in 1956.

"Resco Mecolico FDH" in one box, A-side; "LW" in box, B-side

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side runout, stamped): LRL 42 X U P.-A. Manufactured in Germany
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side runout, stamped): CA LRL 41-2B Manufactured in Germany
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side runout fragment, etched): P.-A.
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side label): LRL 41
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side label): LRL 42
  • Rights Society (A-side): Mecolico

Companies

  • Record Company – Bill Grauer Productions
  • Published By – Francis, Day & Hunter
  • Published By – Lawrence Wright

Album

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Performer:
Fats Waller
Title:
Rediscovered Fats Waller Solos
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MP3 size:
2095 mb
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Country:
Germany
Label:
London Records
Style:
Ragtime
Rating:
4.5
Catalog №:
AL 3507
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