Monday, August 25, 2014

Face the Music 8/28/14
Postmodern Fats Waller Theory I

You’ve Got to be Modernistic
James P. Johnson piano solo 1930

Willie the Lion Smith piano solo 1939

Railroad Blues
Luckey Roberts piano solo 1946

Cryin’ For My Used To Be
James P. Johnson-Fats Waller
duet player piano roll 1927

I’m Cert’ny Gonna See ‘Bout That
Sara Martin & Clarence Williams
accompanied by Fats Waller 1923

You Get Mad
Rosa Henderson
accompanied by Fats Waller 1926

‘Tain’t Nobody’s Bus’ness If I Do
Sara Martin accompanied by Fats Waller 1922

What Do You Know About That?
Clarence Williams & Joe Sims
accompanied by Fats Waller 1927

How Could I Be Blue?
James P. Johnson & Clarence Williams
piano duet with vocal patter 1930

Jail House Blues
Bessie Smith
accompanied by Irving Johns 1923

Jail House Blues
Fats Waller player piano roll 1924

Wringin’ and Twistin’
Tram, Bix & Lang 1927

The Digah’s Stomp
Fats Waller pipe organ solo 1927

Stingaree Blues
Alberta Hunter
accompanied by Fats Waller 1923

Wild Cat Blues
Clarence Williams Blue Five
featuring Sidney Bechet 1923

Come On and Stomp, Stomp, Stomp
Johnny Dodds’ Black Bottom Stompers 1927

Albert Ammons & Meade Lux Lewis
piano duet 1939

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