Billy Taylor in District of Columbia - mid 20th Century
from The Great Jazz Pianists: Speaking of Their Lives and Music, page 177:
Then Fats Waller played a solo concert at the Lincoln. I'd never heard anything like that. It just wiped me out. The sign outside said "Thomas Waller, piano." Thomas Waller? Piano—okay, I figured I'd check it out. It never occurred to me that this was Fats. Then I heard that first note and yeah! I spent the whole day there, listening to him, and it was one of the great experiences of my life.
Len Lyons, The Great Jazz Pianists: Speaking of Their Lives and Music (New York, ), p. 177. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1431097452587 accessed: 23 January, 2022
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|jazz piano music||performed by Fats Waller|
|Date/Time||mid 20th Century|
|Listening Environment||in the company of others, indoors, in public|