Fats Waller /
New York :
Table of Contents:
- 1864-1904 : The background of the Waller family
- 1914-1919 : Fats discovers Harlem nightlife
- 1919 : the death of Fats' mother
- 1920-1922 : Fats meets James P. Johnson and Willie The Lion Smith
- 1922-1924 : Fats marries Edith
- 1923-1924 : Fats and the music publishers
- 1924-1926 : Fats meets his second wife and Captain Maines
- 1927-1928 : Fats writes "Keep shufflin'"
- 1928-1929 : Fats writes "Load of coal"
- 1930-1931 : Fats becomes a recording regular for RCA
- 1932-1933 : Fats goes to work for WWL
- 1934-1936 : Fats makes it to the top as a composer and recording artist
- 1937-1943 : Buster Shepherd remembers the good and bad times
- 1940-1943 : Fats at his peak as a recording artist and songwriter
- Maurice remembers his father
- 1943 : the death of Fats
- Recording dates and personnel
- Fats Waller's published songs
- Fats Waller's unpublished songs
- Fats Waller's piano rolls
- Song arrangements.