|Artist:||Eddie Low and John Hore|
|Genre:||Country , Folk U|
Hard to find New Zealand country LP! Nice clean vinyl and gloss cover.
One of the outstanding attractions of Joe Brown's Country and Western Stage Shows at the beginning of the seventies was Maori ballad singer Eddie Low, billed as the "voice in a million". He not only possessed vocal talents, but was master of an impressive variety of musical instruments, including piano, trumpet, flute, most of the brass instruments, guitar, string bass, violin and piano accordion, making him one of New Zealand's most versatile entertainers. This is an even more creditable achievement considering Eddie is only partially sighted.
In 1971 Eddie joined John Hore on an EP called "Eddie Low and John Hore Live" and a year later the two of them released an album called "We Should Be Together".