Definition of Fats Waller
1. Noun. United States jazz musician (1904-1943).
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Literary usage of Fats Waller
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1. Jazz on Film and Video in the Library of Congress by Rebecca D. Clear (1994)
"This tape highlights the work of Fats Waller and includes a recording from November 7, 1940 of Your Feet's Too Big (with "Bugs" Hamilton and Gene Sedric), ..."
2. Wit and Wisdom: A Public Affairs Miscellany by Colin Bingham (1982)
"Fats Waller Waller was replying to a woman who had asked him what jazz was. The reply is also attributed to Louis Armstrong. It is not so much that people ..."
3. Marianne Moore: Vision Into Verse by Patricia C. Willis (1987)
"Fats Waller, composer of "Ain't Misbehavin'," Ozzie Smith, the famous drummer, and Eubie Blake, the pianist known for his role in the revue Shuffle Along, ..."
4. Business Alliance: Planning For Business And Community Partnerships by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"The group puts the budget together from the advice of other groups. "Start from the bottom up and work like a son of a gun." —Fats Waller, 1950 ..."