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Edward Langlois, 15 January 1936, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, d. 10 May 1985, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Lang grew up liking country and hillbilly music, so much so that when he became a member of Jessie Hills House Rockers, he would often regale audiences with a Hank Williams song. In 1952 he joined Guitar Slims band and his diminutive stature earned him the nickname Little Eddie. It was the artist credit used when both artists recorded for Nashvilles Bullet label, although Eddies My Baby Left Me did less well than Slims Feelin Sad. Apart from a solitary title for Savoy that was not released for 27 years, Lang next recorded for RPM in 1956, and Come On Home became a regional hit. Troubles, Troubles and three other titles, although recorded by Johnny Vincent for Ace with a band that included Mac Rebennack on guitar, were released on the new Ron label. In 1966 he signed with...