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Late in 1932 Fats Waller hired Phil Ponce as manager. Ponce promptly negotiated a contract with WLW, a powerful Cincinnati radio station which was heard throughout the Midwest. His show, “Fats Waller’s Rhythm Club”, was an instant success. When the WLW contract concluded in early 1934, Waller returned to New York where he broadcast the “Rhythm Club” show over the CBS network to a still larger audience.

Fats Waller and his Rhythm – 1938 left to right: Slick Jones, Herman Autrey, Fats Waller, Cedric Wallace, Albert Casey, Eugene Sedric.

For most of a decade Victor’s leading jazz artist had been Jelly Roll Morton and the various incarnations of his Red Hot Peppers, but Victor eventually declined to renew Morton’s contract as lagging sales reflected changes in the public taste. Victor needed a bankable star to replace Morton as the label’s featured jazz artist. Waller’s success on CBS convinced Victor to sign him to his first recording contract; Waller decided upon a six-piece band format. Maintaining the association with the “Rhythm Club” name, Waller and Ponce christened the band “Fats Waller and His Rhythm”. Between 1934 and 1942 the group recorded about 400 sides, well over half of Waller’s lifetime recorded output. Material ranged from downright lamentable to outstanding and Waller’s treatment of it ranged from brusque to brilliant.

The “Rhythm” was primarily a studio band, and recording dates had to be worked into the musicians’ different schedules. Waller’s genius carried the band, enabling them to record as many as ten sides in a single day, often consisting mainly of new material. Rarely did band members know in advance which tunes they would be recording! It is a testament to the collective musical talent of the group that they managed so well without rehearsal. This chaotic approach succeeded in part because of consistency in core personnel which included Waller, Autrey, Sedric and Casey. The chaos no doubt contributed to the spontaneity which characterizes many of the Rhythm’s recordings.

Many critics consider that the band’s best work was issued in 1935 and 1936, and many of these releases were million- sellers. In February, 1938 Victor extended Waller’s contract through May, 1944. It should be noted that Waller’s recording contract was not exclusive and that during this period he also recorded for Commodore. Victor issued some of the Rhythm sides on their Bluebird label. The last session with Fats Waller and his Rhythm took place on July 13, 1942 in Victor’s New York studios.

So, as Fats himself might say of these recordings, “My, My, My! Now here ’tis; Latch On!” -by Mike Donovan

A special thanks to Owen Miller and James Gallup for their help with the recordings on this page.<

TitleRecording DateRecording LocationCompany
Abdullah
(Neal Lawrence / Slick Jones)
8-10-1939New York, New YorkBluebird
Ain’t Misbehavin’
(Andy Razaf / Fats Waller / Harry Brooks)
8-2-1939New York, New YorkVictor
Ain’t Misbehavin’
(Andy Razaf / Fats Waller / Harry Brooks)
1-23-1943New York, New YorkJazz Selection
A Little Bit Independent
(Lesile / Burke)
11-29-1935New York, New YorkVictor
All My Life
(Mitchell / Stept)
4-8-1936New York, New YorkVictor
All That Meat And No Potatoes
(Ed Kirkeby / Fats Waller)
11-29-1936Chicago, IllinoisBluebird
A Porter’s Love Song To A Chambermaid
(Andy Razaf / James P. Johnson)
5-16-1934New York, New YorkVictor
Armful Of Sweetness
(Alex Hill)
5-16-1934New York, New YorkVictor
A Rhyme Of Love
(Robin / Rainger)
11-29-1936New York, New YorkVictor
A Sweet Beginning Like This
(Young / Ahlert)
8-20-1935New York, New YorkVictor
A Thousand Dreams Of You
(Webster / Alter)
11-29-1936New York, New YorkVictor 25483
A Thousand Dreams Of You
(Webster / Alter)
11-29-1936New York, New YorkVictor 25490
Baby Brown (1)
(Alex Hill)
1-5-1935Camden, New JerseyVictor
Bach Up To Me6-8-1936Camden, New JerseyVictor 25536
Baby Brown (3)
(Alex Hill)
1-5-1935Camden, New JerseyVictor
Beat It Out
(Bernier / Emmerich)
9-7-1937New York, New YorkVictor
Because of Once Upon a Time
(Bernard Maltin / Harry Stride / Joseph Young)
1-5-1935Camden, New JerseyVictor
Believe It, Beloved
(Nat Burton / J.C. Johnson / George Whiting)
11-7-1934New York, New YorkVictor
Big Chief De Sota
(Andy Razaf)
6-5-1936New York, New YorkVictor
Black Raspberry Jam
(Fats Waller)
6-8-1936New York, New YorkVictor
Blue, Turning Grey Over You
(Andy Razaf / Fats Waller)
6-11-1937New York, New YorkVictor
Blue Because Of You
(Charles Carpenter / Louis M. Dunlap)
6-24-1935Camden, New JerseyBluebird
Boo Hoo
(Heyman / Lombardo / Loeb)
4-9-1937New York, New YorkBluebird
Breakin’ the Ice
(McCarthy / Kavanaugh / Weldon)
11-7-1934New York, New YorkBluebird
Brother, Seek and Ye Shall Find
(Crum / R. Stewart)
8-2-1935New York, New YorkHMV
Buck Jumpin’
(Ed Kirkeby)
6-8-1938New York, New YorkVictor
Buckin’ The Dice
(Cedric Wallace / Tiny Parham)
11-29-1936Chicago, IllinoisBluebird
Bye Bye Baby
(Lou Handman / Walter Hirsch)
8-1-1936New York, New YorkVictor
By the Light Of the Silvery Moon
(Hawley W. Ades)
7-13-1942New York, New YorkBluebird
Cabin In The Sky
(Lesile / Burke)
4-8-1936New York, New YorkVictor
Christopher Columbus
(Andy Razaf / Leon Barry)
4-8-1936New York, New YorkVictor
Cinders3-6-1935New York, New YorkVictor 
Copper Colored Girl9-9-1936New York, New YorkVictor 25409
Cross Patch
(Seymour)
4-8-1936New York, New YorkVictor
Cryin’ Mood
(Andy Razaf / Chick Webb)
3-18-1937New York, New YorkVictor
Darktown Strutter’s Ball
(Shelton Brooks)
11-3-1939New York, New YorkVictor
Did Anyone Ever Tell You?
(Adamson / McHugh)
2-22-1937New York, New YorkVictor 25537
Did Anyone Ever Tell You?
(Adamson / McHugh)
2-22-1937New York, New YorkRCA 17048
Do Me A Favor
(Jeanne Cherdak / Richard Loring)
5-16-1934New York, New YorkVictor
Don’t Let It Bother You
(Mack Gordon / Harry Revel)
8-17-1934New York, New YorkVictor
Don’t You Know Or Don’t You Care?
(Kahal / Fahn)
6-9-1937New York, New YorkVictor
Dinah
(Samuel Lewis / Joseph Young / Harry Akst)
6-24-1935Camden, New JerseyElectrola
Dream Man
(Milton Ager / Joseph Young)
11-7-1934New York, New YorkVictor
Dust Off That Old Pianna
(Irving Caesar / Sammy Lerner / Gerald Marks)
3-6-1934New York, New YorkVictor
Everybody Loves My Baby
(Jack Palmer / Spencer Williams)
11-6-1940New York, New YorkVictor
Floatin’ Down To Cotton Town
(Jack Frost / F. Henry Klickmann)
9-9-1936New York, New YorkVictor
Fractious Fingering
(Fats Waller)
6-8-1936New York, New YorkVictor
Georgia May
(Andy Razaf / Paul Denniker)
8-17-1934New York, New YorkVictor
Garbo Green
(Fisher)
2-1-1936New York, New YorkVictor
Georgia Rockin’ Chair
(Fred Fisher)
8-2-1935New York, New YorkHMV
Got A Bran’ New Suit
(Howard Dietz / Arthur Schwartz)
8-20-1935New York, New YorkElectrola

Victor 25123 

Halleujah! Things Look Rosey Now (1)
(West / Flatow)
11-29-1936New York, New YorkVictor 25478
Halleujah! Things Look Rosey Now (Instr) (2)
(West / Flatow)
11-29-1936New York, New YorkVictor 25489
Have a Little Dream On Me
(Phil Baxter / Jack Murray / Billy Rose)
8-17-1934New York, New YorkVictor
Havin’ A Ball
(Andy Razaf / James P. Johnson)
12-24-1936New York, New YorkVictor
Headlines In The News
(Milt Noel / Edgar Battle)
New York, New York
Hold Tight (Want Some Sea Food Mama)
(Buddy Desylva /Jerry Brandow / Leonard Ware)
1-19-1939New York, New YorkBluebird
Honeysuckle Rose
(Andy Razaf / Fats Waller)
11-7-1934New York, New YorkVictor 24826
Honeysuckle Rose
(Andy Razaf / Fats Waller)
4-9-1937New York, New YorkVictor 36206
How Can You Face Me?
(Andy Razaf / Fats Waller)
9-28-1934New York, New YorkVictor
I Adore You
(Robin / Rainger)
11-29-1936New York, New YorkVictor
I Ain’t Got Nobody (vocal)
(Abel Baer / Samuel Lewis / Joseph Young)
3-6-1935New York, New YorkVictor
I Ain’t Got Nobody
(Abel Baer / Samuel Lewis / Joseph Young)
3-6-1935New York, New YorkVictor
I Believe In Miracles
(George Meyer / Samuel Lewis / Pete Wendling)
11-7-1934Camden, New JerseyVictor
I Believe In Miracles
(George Meyer / Samuel Lewis / Pete Wendling)
1-5-1935Camden, New JerseyVictor
I Can’t Break The Habit Of You
(Andy Razaf / Charlie Beal)
2-22-1937New York, New YorkVictor
I Can’t Give You Anything But Love, Baby
Vocal refrain by Fats Waller and Una Mae Carlisle

(Dorothy Fields / Jimmy McHugh)
2-22-1937New York, New YorkVictor
20-1582-A
I’d Rather Call You Baby
(Seymour / Lawhurst)
9-7-1937New York, New YorkVictor
If It Isn’t Love
(Val Burton / Will Jason)
11-7-1934New York, New YorkVictor
I Hate To Talk About Myself5-8-1935New York, New YorkHMV
I Just Made Up With That Old Girl of Mine
(Little / Pease / McConnell)
8-1-1936New York, New YorkVictor
I’ll Dance At Your Wedding
(Joe Davis)
12-7-1938New York, New YorkVictor
I’m Always In The Mood For You
(Davis / Coots)
9-7-1937New York, New YorkVictor
I’m a Hundred Per Cent For You (1)
(Oakland / Parrish / Mills)
11-7-1934New York, New YorkVictor
I’m a Hundred Per Cent For You (3)
(Oakland / Parrish / Mills)
11-7-1934New York, New YorkVictor
I’m At The Mercy Of Love
(Benny Davis / J. Fred Coots)
9-9-1936New York, New YorkVictor 25409
I’m Crazy ‘Bout My Baby (And My Baby’s Crazy ‘Bout Me8-1-1936New York, New YorkVictor 25374
I’m Gonna Put You In Your Place
(And Your Place Is In My Arms)

(Bob Rothberg / Joseph Meyer)
6-11-1937New York, New YorkVictor
I’m Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter
(Fred Ahlert / Joseph Young)
5-8-1935New York, New YorkHMV
I’m On A Seesaw
(Desmond Carter / Vivian Ellis)
8-20-1935New York, New YorkVictor 25120 Electrola
I’m Growing Fonder Of You
(George W. Meyer / Pete Wendling / Joseph Young)
11-7-1934New York, New YorkVictor
I’m Sorry I Made You Cry
(N.J. Clesi)
12-24-1936New York, New YorkVictor
It’s A Sin To Tell A Lie
(William P. Mayhew)
6-5-1936New York, New YorkVictor
It’s No Fun
(Newman)
4-8-1936New York, New YorkVictor
I’ve Got A New Lease On Love
(Young / Ahlert)
4-9-1937New York, New YorkVictor 25580
I’ve Got A New Lease On Love
(Young / Ahlert)
4-9-1937New York, New YorkVictor 25571
I’ve Got My Fingers Crossed
(Ted Koehler / Jimmy McHugh)
11-29-1935New York, New YorkVictor 25571
I Wish That I Were Twins (1)
(Edgar De Lange / Frank Loesser / Joseph Meyer)
5-16-1934New York, New YorkVictor
I Wish That I Were Twins (2)
(Edgar De Lange / Frank Loesser / Joseph Meyer)
5-16-1934New York, New YorkVictor
I Used To Love You (But It’s All Over Now)
(Lew Brown / Albert Von Tilzer)
6-28-1939New York, New YorkBluebird
Just As Long As the World Goes Round and Round
(Woods)
8-2-1935New York, New YorkHMV
La-De-De-La-De-Da
(Sam Lewis / Peter De Rose)
9-9-1936New York, New YorkVictor 25430
Latch On
(Fats Waller)
6-8-1938New York, New YorkVictor
Let’s Pretend There’s a Moon
(Jack Stern)
9-28-1934New York, New YorkVictor
Let’s Sing Again6-5-1936New York, New YorkVictor 25398
Little Curly Hair In A High Chair
(From the MGM film “Forty Little Mothers”)

(Charles Tobias / Nat Simon)
4-11-1940New York, New YorkVictor
Loafin’ Time

Listen to Angela Verbrugge: Love for Connoisseurs

(Milton Ager / Arthur Altman)

8-20-1935New York, New YorkHMV
Louisiana Fairy Tale
(Fred Coots / Haven Gillespie / Mitchell Parish)
3-6-1935New York, New YorkVictor
Lounging At The Waldorf6-8-1936New York, New YorkVictor 25430
Lost Love
(Andy Razaf / Fats Waller)
6-11-1937New York, New YorkVictor
Lulu’s Back In Town
(Al Dubin / Harry Warren)
5-8-1935New York, New YorkHMV
Mandy
(Irving Berlin)
9-28-1934New York, New YorkVictor
Moon Rose
(Rose / Fisher)
2-1-1936New York, New YorkVictor
My Very Good Friend, The Milkman
(Johnny Burke / Harold Spina)
6-24-1935Camden, New JerseyBluebird
Nero
(Andy Razaf / Paul Denniker / Joe Davis)
12-24-1936New York, New YorkVictor
Night Wind
(David Pollack / Bob Rothberg)
1-5-1935Camden, New JerseyVictor
Oooh! Look-A There Ain’t She Sweet
(Todd / Lombardo)
2-1-1936New York, New YorkVictor
Old Grand Dad
(Fats Waller)
4-11-1940New York, New YorkBluebird
Old Plantation
(Redmond / David)
3-18-1937New York, New YorkVictor
One In A Million
(Mitchell / Pollack)
12-24-1936New York, New YorkVictor
Our Love Was Meant To Be
(
Alex Hill / Fats Waller)
9-7-1937New York, New YorkHMV
(Oh Susana) Dust Off That Old Pianna
(Irving Caesar / Sammy Lerner / Gerald Marks)
3-6-1935New York, New YorkVictor
Oooh, Look-A-There, Ain’t She Pretty?8-2-1935New York, New YorkVictor
Original E-Flat Blues
(Thomas Morris / Clarence Williams)
6-16-1940New York, New YorkVictor
Paswonky6-8-1936New York, New YorkVictor 25359
Pardon My Love
(Milton Drake / Oscar Levant)
3-6-1935New York, New YorkVictor
Please Keep Me In Your Dreams
(byTot Seymour / Vee Lawnhurst)
12-24-1936New York, New YorkVictor
Rhythm and Romance
(Nat Burton / J.C. Johnson / George Whiting)
8-20-1935New York, New YorkHMV
Ring Dem Bells
(Duke Ellington / Irving Mills)
5-13-1941Camden, New JerseyVictor
Rosetta
(Earl Hines / William Woode)
1-5-1935Camden, New JerseyVictor 88781-1
Rosetta
(Earl Hines / William Woode)
1-5-1935Camden, New JerseyVictor 88782-1
Rump Steak Serenade
(Fats Waller)
New York, New YorkBluebird
B-11296-B
Sad Sap Sucker Am I
(Fats Waller / Ed Kirkeby)
New York, New YorkBluebird
B-11296-A
San Anton’
(Andy Razaf / Paul Denniker)
4-9-1937New York, New YorkVictor 25579
San Anton’
(Andy Razaf / Paul Denniker)
4-9-1937New York, New YorkVictor 25565
Serenade For a Wealthy Widow
(Dorothy Fields / Jimmy McHugh / R. Forsythe)
9-28-1934New York, New YorkVictor
Scram!
(Leonard Geoffrey Feather)
11-6-1940New York, New YorkBluebird
She’s Tall, She’s Tan, She’s Terrific
(Davis / Coots)
9-7-1937New York, New YorkVictor
Sing An Old Fashioned Song
(Young / Alhert)
2-1-1936New York, New YorkVictor
Smarty
(Freed / Laine)
6-11-1937New York, New YorkVictor
Somebody Stole My Gal
(Leo Wood)
6-24-1935Camden, New JerseyCamden
Spreading Rhythm Around
(Ted Koehler / Jimmy McHugh)
11-29-1935New York, New YorkVictor
Spring Cleaning
(Samuels / Whitcup)
3-18-1937New York, New YorkVictor
Squeeze Me
(Clarence Williams / Fats Waller)
8-10-1939New York, New YorkVictor
Stay
(Razah / E. Handy)
4-8-1936New York, New YorkVictor
Sugar Blues
(Clarence Williams / Lucy Fletcher)
8-2-1935New York, New YorkMontgomery Ward
Sugar Rose
(Fats Waller / Ponce)
2-1-1936New York, New YorkVictor
S’Posin’
(Andy Razaf / Paul Denniker)
9-9-1936New York, New YorkVictor
Sweet Heartache
(Washington / Stept)
4-9-1937New York, New YorkVictor 25580
Sweet Heartache
(Washington / Stept)
4-9-1937New York, New YorkVictor 25571
Sweetie Pie
(John Jacob Loeb)
9-28-1934New York, New YorkVictor
Sweet And Slow
(Al Durbin / Harry Warren)
5-8-1935New York, New YorkHMV
Sweet Sue (1)
(Will Harris / Victor Young)
6-24-1935Camden, New JerseyHMV
Sweet Sue (2)
(Will Harris / Victor Young)
6-24-1935Camden, New JerseyHMV
Sweet Thing
(Alhert / Young)
11-29-1935New York, New YorkVictor
Swingin’ Them Jingle Bells
(J. Hancock)
11-29-1936New York, New YorkVictor 25483
Swingin’ Them Jingle Bells
(J. Hancock)
11-29-1936New York, New YorkVictor 25490
‘Tain’t Good
(Like a Nickel Made of Wood)
 (1)

(Whiting / Bernier / Haid)
11-29-1936New York, New YorkVictor 254878
‘Tain’t Good
(Like a Nickel Made of Wood) (2)

(Whiting / Bernier / Haid)
11-29-1936New York, New YorkVictor 25489
Take It Easy
(Dorothy Fields / Jimmy McHugh)
6-24-1935Camden, New JerseyElectrola
That Never-To-Be-Forgotten Night
(Tobias / Fain)
2-1-1936New York, New YorkVictor
The Girl I Left Behind Me
(Edgar Leslie / George W. Meyer / Billy Rose)
8-2-1935New York, New YorkHMV
The Curse Of An Aching Heart
(Al Piantadosi / Henry Fink)
8-1-1936New York, New YorkVictor
The More I Know You (The More I Love You)  6-5-1936New York, New YorkVictor 25348
Thief In The Night
(Howard Dietz / Arthur Schwartz)
8-20-1935New York, New YorkHMV
The Joint Was Jumpin’
(Fats Waller / Andy Razaf / J.C. Johnson)
10-7-1937New York, New YorkVictor
20-1582-B
The Love Bug Will Bite You
(Tomlin)
4-9-1937New York, New YorkVictor
The Meanest Thing You Ever Did Was Kiss Me
(Al Lewis / Murrray Mencher / Charles Newman)
2-22-1937New York, New YorkElectrola
The Panic Is On
(Clark / Thard)
2-1-1936New York, New YorkVictor
Then I’ll Be Tired Of You
(E.Y. Harburg / Arthur Schwartz)
8-17-1934New York, New YorkVictor
There Goes My Attraction
(Billy Higgins / W. Benton Overstreet)
8-1-1936New York, New YorkVictor 25388
There’ll Be Some Changes Made
(Billy Higgins / W. Benton Overstreet)
6-24-1935New York, New YorkBluebird
There’s Going To Be The Devil To Pay
(Robert Emmerich / Billy Hueston)
6-24-1935New York, New YorkBluebird
To A Sweet Pretty Thing
(Young / Ahlert)
3-18-1937New York, New YorkVictor
Truckin’
(Rube Bloom / Ted Koehler)
8-2-1935New York, New YorkHMV
Twelfth Street Rag
(Euday L. Bowman)
6-24-1935New York, New YorkBluebird
Two Sleepy People
(Frank Loesser / Hoagy Carmichael)
10-13-1938New York, New YorkBluebird
Until the Real Thing Comes Along
(Sammy Cain / Saul Chaplin / Mann Holiner / Alberta Nichols)
8-1-1936New York, New YorkVictor
Up Jumped You With Love
(Fats Waller / Ed Kirkeby)
7-13-1942New York, New YorkVictor
Us On A Bus
(Seymour / Lawnhurst)
4-8-1936New York, New YorkVictor
West Wind
(Ager / Newman)
2-1-1936New York, New YorkVictor
What’s the Reason (I’m Not Pleasin’ You?)
(Jimmie Greer / Coe H. Poe / Pinky Tomlin)
1-5-1935Camden, New JerseyVictor 88784-1
What’s the Reason (I’m Not Pleasin’ You?)
(Jimmie Greer / Coe H. Poe / Pinky Tomlin)
3-6-1935Camden, New JerseyVictor 88785-1
When Love Is Young
(Adamson / McHugh)
2-22-1937New York, New YorkVictor
When Somebody Thinks You’re Wonderful
(H. Woods)
11-29-1935New York, New YorkVictor
Where Is The Sun?
(Redmond / Davis)
3-18-1937New York, New YorkVictor
Who’s Afraid Of Love
(Mitchell / Pollack)
12-24-1936New York, New YorkVictor
Whose Honey Are You?
(Fred Coots / Haven Gillespie)
3-6-1935Camden, New JerseyVictor 88779-1
Woe Is Me
(James Cavanaugh / Robert Emmerich / Dick Sanford)
8-20-1935New York, New YorkHMV
Why Do I Lie To Myself About You?6-5-1936New York, New YorkVictor 25353
Yacht Club Swing
(Herman Autrey / J.C. Johnson / Fats Waller)
10-13-1938New York, New YorkVictor
You’ve Got Me Under Your Thumb
(Livemash / Brooks)
9-7-1937New York, New YorkVictor
You Showed Me The Way
(McRae / Chick Webb)
3-18-1937New York, New YorkVictor 25579
You Showed Me The Way
(McRae / Chick Webb)
3-18-1937New York, New YorkVictor 25565
You Stayed Away To Long
(Whiting / Schwartz)
11-29-1935New York, New YorkVictor
You’re Laughing At Me
(Irving Berlin)
2-22-1937New York, New YorkVictor
Your Feet’s Too Big
(Ada Benson / Fred Fisher)
3-20-1941New York, New YorkVictor
You Fit The Picture
(Bud Green / Jessie Greer)
1-5-1935Camden, New JerseyVictor
You’re Gonna Be Sorry
(Clarence Gaskill)
3-20-1941New York, New YorkVictor
You Look Good To Me
(Billy Rose / Walter Donaldson)
10-13-1938New York, New YorkBluebird
You’re Not the Kind
(Burke / Spina)
6-5-1936New York, New YorkVictor 25353
You’re Not the Only Oyster In the Stew
(Burke / Spina)
8-17-1934New York, New YorkVictor
You’re So Darn Charming (1)
(Burke / Spina)
8-20-1935New York, New YorkVictor
You’re So Darn Charming (2)
(Burke / Spina)
8-20-1935New York, New YorkRCA
You’re the Cutest One5-8-1935New York, New YorkHMV
You’re The Picture, I’m The Frame
(Irving Golden / Bob Rothberg)
6-24-1935New York, New YorkHMV
You’ve Been Reading My Mail
(Meyer / Rothberg)
3-18-1937New York, New YorkVictor
You’ve Been Taking Lessons In Love
(Winston “Winky” Tharp / Grady Watts)
5-8-1935New York, New YorkBRS
You Went to My Head
(Meyer / Bernier / Emmerich)
3-11-1938New York, New YorkVictor

 

ArtistInstrument
Herman AutreyTrumpet
Al CaseyGuitar
Bill ColemanTrumpet
Harry DialDrums, Vibraphone
Mezz MezzrowClarinet
Floyd O’BrienTrombone
Rudy PowellClarinet, Alto Saxophone
Billy TaylorDrums, Vibraphone
Fats WallerPiano, Vocals
Charlie TurnerBass
Eugene “Honey Bear” SedricClarinet
Ben WhittedClarinet

 

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