Release Date: 03/04/02
a composer doesn't have to be American-born to make great contributions to American culture
Back in the 1920s and 1930s, it wasn't uncommon for jazz pianists to record unaccompanied. James P. Johnson, Willie 'The Lion' Smith, Fats Waller, and other stride heavyweights knew how to become a one-man band when they needed to. The same thing can be said about John Eaton.
|Label: Chiaroscuro Records|
|Run Time: 64:04 mins|
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