Eddie South and his Alabamians got their name from the Club Alabam at 747 Rush Street at Chicago Avenue in Chicago. They toured Europe from 1928 to 1930.

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
By The Waters Of Minnetonka
(Lieurance)
12-9-1927 Chicago, Illinois Victor
unissued

41356-2
By The Waters Of Minnetonka
(Lieurance)
12-9-1927 Chicago, Illinois Victor
21151-A

41356-3
Doin' The Raccoon
(J. F. Coots)
3-12-1929 Paris, France Gramophone
K-5628
La Rosita
(Dupont)
12-2-1927 Chicago, Illinois Victor
unissued

40997-1
La Rosita
(Dupont)
12-2-1927 Chicago, Illinois Victor
21151-B

40997-3
My Ohio Home
(Gus Kahn / Walter Donaldson)
12-9-1927 Chicago, Illinois Victor
unissued

41357-1
My Ohio Home
(Gus Kahn / Walter Donaldson)
12-9-1927 Chicago, Illinois Victor
21155-A

41357-2
The Voice Of The Southland
(Austin / Bloom / Koehler)
12-2-1927 Chicago, Illinois Victor
21155-B

40998-2
The Voice Of The Southland
(Austin / Bloom)
12-2-1927 Chicago, Illinois Victor
unissued

40998-4
That's What I Call Keen
(Gus Kahn / Ted Fiorito)
5-10-1928 Chicago, Illinois Victor
unissued

45134-2
That's What I Call Keen
(Gus Kahn / Ted Fiorito)
5-10-1928 Chicago, Illinois Victor
21605

45134-4
Two Guitars
(traditional arranged by Eddie South)
3-12-1929 Paris, France Gramophone
K-5628
Artist Instrument
Jerome Burke Drums, Vocals
Sterling Conway Guitar
Clifford King Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Mike McKendrick Guitar
Eddie South Leader, Violin, Vocals, Whistling
Antonia Spaulding Piano