Vintage Jazz Lem Fowler is really a mystery figure in jazz background. Although he resided over 60 years, he mainly vanished after 1932 and his delivery and death times and locations haven’t been positively recognized. What’s known is the fact that during 1922-32 he documented 57 tunes and 23 participant piano rolls in NY and Chicago. Fowler’s 1st piano move (from 1922) was his structure “HE MIGHT Be Your Guy But He INVOLVES See Me Occasionally,” a large hit that’s still a typical for blues and jazz performers today. Fowler briefly became in great demand and began recording by Might 1923 on a reasonably regular basis, associated Helen Baxter along with other performers on a number of times. He also documented two unaccompanied piano solos (“Satisfied Blues” and “Blues Combination”) in 1923 and led classes during 1925-27 (12 tunes in every) that presented his Washboard Miracles (trumpeter Sidney DeParis is usually on both 1926 game titles) and Fowler’s Favorites. After 1932, Fowler decreased from the music business and, although noticed in 1962, he resided the others of his existence in self-imposed obscurity. An RST Compact disc (1923-1927) has all the figures that he documented as a innovator together with his performances accompanying performers Helen Baxter and George Williams.