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Squeeze Me - Jimmy Smith - Jimmy Smith Plays Fats Waller (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. As a bonus, two 45 RPM versions of tunes from the LP, as well as the trio album "Jimmy Smith Plays Fats Waller" (Blue Note BST), recorded during the same year, and featuring the exact same formation as the trio tracks from Bashin’ (with Smith’s regular .
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Plays Fats Waller on Discogs. Label: Blue Note - BLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Jimmy Smith - Plays Fats Waller (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(34).
  3. Jimmy Smith ‎– Plays Fats Waller (, US Reissue / Van Gelder) Blue Note ‎– BST Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Repress, Donald Bailey Guitar – Quentin Warren Liner Notes – Del Shields Organ – Jimmy Smith Photography By [Cover] – Francis Wolff Producer – Alfred Lion Recorded By [Recording By] – Rudy Van Gelder.
  4. Jimmy Smith Plays Fats Waller: EMI Music Distribution I'm Movin' On: Blue Note Bucket! Blue Note Live at the Village Gate: Verve Blue Bash! Verve / PolyGram / Universal Hobo Flats: Verve Prayer Meetin'.
  5. Plays Fats Waller, an Album by Jimmy Smith. Released in on Blue Note (catalog no. 2 2 2; CD). Genres: Jazz.
  6. Later career. Holle Thee Maxwell, then known as Holly Maxwell, was Smith's vocalist for two years in the late stefebdicompsagriadergfoundtalawsafet.coinfo a South African tour, they recorded the album Jimmy Smith Plays for the People in Smith had a career revival in the s and s, again recording for Blue Note and Verve, and for Elektra and Milestone. He also recorded with Quincy Jones, Frank Sinatra, Michael.
  7. Jimmy Smith Plays Fats Waller, an album by Jimmy Smith on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  8. This brief CD has Smith playing hits of an earlier era, but it is light on swing and short on energy. Fats Waller swung as hard as any pianist ever and his left hand had enormous power and drive. Here, Smith never attempts to play anything resembling stride and seldom uses his left hand other than to change registration.4/5(8).
  9. It makes sense that Jimmy Smith recorded an album's worth of Fats Waller tunes, since Waller himself was a pioneer on the organ in a jazz context. But it makes even more sense when you consider that Smith applied the single note runs of a pianist to his instrument, and Waller, no slouch on the piano himself, must have been an irresistible.

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