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littleplum

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I have been working through this tune with one of my students and we searched youtube so that he could hear the middle section.

The best clip I could find was this one

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0DfGHBO2omw

Check out Zoot on his solo.

Fun as well as useful, you can't ask for more.

Enjoy

Dave
 

Young Col

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Yes, a nice, fun version Dave. The progression in that middle section is just so good, but then it is Fats Waller! If you can get it the definitive version, I reckon, is Louis Armstrong's from 1929, for both his trumpet and singing. Unfortunately you have to get past the dire contributions from his sidemen, but once you do, there's gold.
Col
 

AlanU

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Yup.
Zoot is certainly the man.
Funky bass playing too.

Lay it down, scoop it all up, man.
 
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