Fats Waller & His Rhythm ‎– Fractious Fingering: The Early Years, Part 3 (1936)

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RCA Victor ‎– 07863 66747 2, BMG Classics ‎– 07863 66747 2
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2 × CD, Compilation, Remastered
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1-1 All Of My Life 2:44
1-2 Christopher Columbus (A Rhythm Cocktail) 2:50
1-3 Cross Patch 3:26
1-4 It's No Fun 2:45
1-5 Cabin In The Sky 3:24
1-6 Us On A Bus 2:38
1-7 Stay
Vocals – Elizabeth Handy
2:54
1-8 It's A Sin To Lie 2:54
1-9 The More I Know You 2:19
1-10 You're Not The Kind
Celesta – Fats Waller
3:04
1-11 Why Do I Lie To Myself About You? 2:50
1-12 Let's Sing Again 2:17
1-13 Big Chief De Sota 2:51
1-14 Black Raspberry Jam (Instrumental) 2:36
1-15 Bach Up To Me (Instrumental) 2:37
1-16 Fractious Fingering (Instrumental) 2:39
1-17 Paswonky (Instrumental) 2:32
1-18 Lounging At The Waldorf (Instrumental) 2:55
1-19 Latch On (Instrumental) 3:03
1-20 I'm Crazy 'bout My Baby (And My Baby's Crazy 'bout Me) 2:16
1-21 I Just Made Up With That Old Girl Of Mine 2:50
2-1 (It Will Have To Do) Until The Real Thing Comes Along 3:22
2-2 There Goes My Attraction 2:11
2-3 The Curse Of An Aching Heart (Take 1) 2:28
2-4 The Curse Of An Aching Heart (Take 2) 2:25
2-5 Bye Bye, Baby 2:18
2-6 S'posin' 2:50
2-7 Copper Colored Gal 2:51
2-8 I'm At The Mercy Of Love 3:02
2-9 Floatin' Down To Cotton Town 2:18
2-10 La-De-De La-De-Da 2:58
2-11 Hallelujah! Things Look Rosy Now 2:40
2-12 Hallelujah! Things Look Rosy Now (Instrumental) 2:37
2-13 'Tain't Good (Like A Nickel Made Of Wood) 2:19
2-14 'Tain't Good (Like A Nickel Made Of Wood) (Instrumental) 2:17
2-15 Swingin' Them Jingle Bells 2:55
2-16 Swingin' Them Jingle Bells (Instrumental) 2:55
2-17 A Thousand Dreams Of You 2:52
2-18 A Thousand Dreams Of You (Instrumental) 2:55
2-19 A Rhyme For Love 2:40
2-20 I Adore You 2:46

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Notes

Virtually all selections on this compact disc reissue have been newly transferred to digital tape from original metal parts and test pressings preserved in the RCA/BMG vaults. For those few for which parts in acceptable condition were not available, 78 rpm shellac records were graciously provided by the Institute of Jazz Studies at Rutgers University, through its director, Dan Morgenstern. "Stay" was never issued in 78 rpm form and no metal parts have survived; which meant that our only available source was the master tape of a much later RCA album, apparently dubbed from a metal part or test of poor quality. Despite reprocessing, it remains sub-standard, but deserves inclusion if only because of its rarity. [booklet]

© 1997, BMG Music. ℗ 1997, BMG Music. Distributed by the local BMG company. A Unit of BMG Entertainment.

Audio Restoration by Paul Brizzi at BMG Studios, New York City

Made in the EC [disc, tray insert]

This release comes in a double jewel case with a 24-page booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7863-66747-2 8
  • Rights Society: BIEM/GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 0316
  • Other (Distribution Code F): BM 722

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deeprough

deeprough

August 26, 2017
I have this exact copy, except the CD says Made un USA. Same barcode, play list etc. The case/tray says nothing about where it was made. Sine there are no images, maybe this should be Country USA.