Eddie South: The Dark Angel Album Sets

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Eddie South: The Dark Angel Album Sets


Young, Herb, IAJRC Journal


Eddie South

The Dark Angel Album Sets

AB FABLE ABCD1-021

Tracks 1-8 - Eddie South (vln,vcl) David Matin (pno) Eddie Gibbs (gtr) Ernest Hill (bs) Spec Powell (dms, vibes, bells). From Columbia C-27 album (78s). Recorded June 10, 1940 at NYC

Tracks 9-16 - ES(vln) Samuel Fiddler (pno) Tony Gattuso, aka Gottuso (gtr) Harry Patent (bs) Tom Hatch (vibes, dms) with string section. From Pilotone 122 album (78s). Recorded NYC or Long Island City, released in 1950s but apparently recorded in 1946

Tracks 17-24 - ES (vln) with Shandor Gypsy Orchestra. From Gold Seal album (78s). Recorded in NYC, October 1946

Tracks 25-28 - Ginny Simms (vcl) ES (vln) Charlie Shavers (tpt) Buster Bailey (cl) Russell Procope (as) David Martin (pno) Eddie Gibbs (gtr) Doles Dickens (bs) Specs Powell (dms). From OKeh 5990 and 6087 Recorded NYC on December 17, 1940

A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody/Hejre Kati/Pardon, Madame!/Zigeuner/Praelundium and Allegro/Melodie in A/Para Viga Me Voy (Say Si Si)/La Cumparsita (The Masked One)/Deep Purple/Lilacs In The Rain/Body and Soul/Sentimental Rhapsody (Street Scene)/Sweet Sue, Just You/Ain't Misbehavin'/Stardust/Honeysuckle Rose/Best Years of My Life/Yesterdays/Twelve O'clock At Night/ The Very Thought of You/ The Hot Canary/These Foolish Things/Daphne/Paganini's 24th (Paganini in Rhythm or Caprice No. 24/Sighs and Tears/I'm Out of Style/These Things You Left Me/You Danced with Dynamite TT: 79:50

AB Fable continues to dig up rarities of real merit.

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