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Aint Misbehavin - Various - Stormy Weather (CD, Album)

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  1. Into the s, Waller's touring schedule of the U.S. escalated, he contributed music to another musical, Early to Bed, the film appearances kept coming (including a memorable stretch of Stormy Weather where he led an all-star band that included Benny Carter, Slam Stewart and Zutty Singleton), the recordings continued to flow, and he continued.
  2. SIDE A: Stormy Weather: 2. I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby: 3. Ain't That Something? 4. Jumpin' Jive: 5. SIDE B: Sunday In Savannah: 6. Lonesome Blues: 7. Good For Nothin' 8. Ain't Misbehavin' 9. Moppin' And Boppin' Digga Digga Do: Track lengths not available for this album.
  3. Oct 23,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Fats Waller Ain't Misbehavin' YouTube Fats Waller - King of Piano Swing, His Best Jazz Hits - Duration: Jazz and Blues Experience , views.
  4. The quintessential recording of "Ain't Misbehavin'", which was featured in the classic film, "Stormy Weather", is on this album. If you are curious about one of the greatest piano players of the 20th century, and a man who was a huge influence on the genius, Art Tatum, pick this set up immediately! Read more/5(4).
  5. The song appears on over albums and CDs and has been recorded by artists as diverse as Jimmy Smith (Jimmy Smith Plays Fats Waller), Dinah Washington (Queen Sings Jazz), Billie Holiday (Lady Sings the Blues), Erroll Garner (Erroll Garner Collection, Vol. 2), McCoy Tyner (Jazz Roots), and in on the Louis Armstrong compilation from the PBS television episode of Ken Burns' Jazz.
  6. While I was familiar with Fat's Waller, I had not known much about "Ain't Misbehavin'". After seeing the recent production with Rueben Studdard,Frenchie Davis, Trenyce Cobbins & Patrice Covington I had a much greater appreciation, and renewed interest. The new cast did a great job when visiting our area so I searched for the CD/5(94).
  7. "Ain't Misbehavin', one of Waller's timeless songs made to live forever, features Benny Carter (trumpet), Irving Ashby (guitar) and Zutty Singleton (drums). It's from the soundtrack to Stormy Weather. Others follow the Dixieland trail or the customary 2-step formula. It was music of the Swing Era.

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