Eddie South - The Distinguished Violin of Eddie South (1958)
Artist: Eddie South
Title Of Album: The Distinguished Violin of Eddie South
Year Of Release: 1958
Label: Mercury Records
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 34:05
Total Size: 78,60 MB
This little-known LP has what were probably Eddie South's final recordings. Although only 53 at the time, the talented violinist would pass away less than four years later. South, who is accompanied by either Ed Higgins or James Todd on piano, rhythm guitarist John Gray, bassist Johnnie Pate and sometimes drummer Al Duncan, shows off his versatility throughout the continually interesting set. In addition to a couple of jazz standards and his own swinging "Fiddle Ditty," and South performs three Pate originals, his Hungarian theme song "Hejre Kati," "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen," and pieces dedicated to classical violinist Fritz Kreisler and some Gypsy fiddlers.
01. C-Jam Blues Barney Bigard / Duke Ellington 4:25
02. Around the World in 80 Days Victor Young 3:33
03. Currant Jelly Johnny Pate 3:30
04. I Hadn't Anyone Till You Ray Noble 3:35
05. 1166 Johnny Pate 2:21
06. Czardas Vittorio Monti ( E. South Arr.) 3:10
07. Liebesfreud Fritz Kreisler 2:51
08. Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen Traditional (E. South Arr.) 3:19
09. Assurance Johnny Pate 3:04
10. Fiddle Ditty Eddie South 2:52
11. Hejre Kati Traditional (E. South Arr.) 0:55
Musicians & info:
Tracks 1-4 and 10 were recorded in Chicago, July 14,1958.
Eddie South, violin;
Ed Higgins, piano;
John Gray, guitar;
Johnnie Pate, bass;
Al Duncan, drums.
Remainder recorded July 15, 1958. James Todd replaces Higgins; Al Duncan out.
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