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Two Guitars

Eddie South & His Alabamians


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"Paris, 1929"


This side was cut by "Eddie South's Alabamians" in Paris, France on March 12th 1929 with Eddie South violin & leader, Sterling Conway and Mike McKendrick guitars, Clifford King clarinet, Antonia Spaulding piano, and Jerome Burke drums.

*"Two Guitars" was composed by Apollon Grigoriev.

Written as a musical and lyrical ode to Romance by Russian poet Apollon Grigoriev in the 1830's on this record the tune is performed as a string duet much as its title suggests.

Eddie South toured Europe with his "Alabamians" along with pianist Henry Crowder from 1928 until 1930.

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