|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Dinah||4||Audio||His Master's Voice|
|2||The Dark Angel Of The Fiddle||10||Audio||Trip Records (2)|
|3||South Side Jazz||16||Audio||Chess|
|4||South Side Jazz||16||Audio|
|5||The Dark Angel Of The Fiddle||10||Audio||1981||Jazz Bird|
|6||The Distinguished Violin Of Eddie South||11||Audio||Mercury|
|7||Interprétation Swing Du Premier Mouvement Du Concerto En Ré Mineur De J.-S. Bach||2||Audio||1937-11-00||Swing (3)|
|8||Eddie's Blues / Sweet Georgia Brown||2||Audio||1937-09-00||Swing (3)|
|9||Dinah / Daphne||2||Audio||1937-09-00||Swing (3)|
|10||Somebody Loves Me / I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me||2||Audio||1937-11-00||Swing (3)|
|11||Oh ! Lady Be Good / Fiddle Blues||2||Audio||1937-11-00||Swing (3)|
|12||The Distinguished Violin Of Eddie South||11||Audio||Mercury|
|13||Black Gypsy||25||Audio||2000||Frog (7)|
|16||Music For The Birds||10||Audio||1962|
|17||"No More Blues" Eddie South 1927-1933 - Emilio Caceres 1937||17||Audio||1979||RCA|
|18||L'Ange Noir Du Violon||10||Audio||La Voix De Son Maître|
b : November 27, 1904 in Louisiana (USA)
d : April 25, 1962 in Chicago (USA)
Eddie South began studying violin very young. He should have gone on to pursue a carreer in classical music, but he was black, so he played jazz.
He starts his carreer in 1921 with Erskine Tate and Mae Brady.
In 1923, he's the musical director of Jimmy Wade's Syncopators. He creates his own "Alabamians" in 1927.
During an European tour in 1929 with Marian Harris, he discovers gypsy music in Budapest. In 1937, he goes back in Europe and records in Paris with [a=Django Reinhardt], [A=Stéphane Grappelli] and [a=Michel Warlop] his greatest recordings.