Guitarist Tony Mottola recorded this instrumental tribute to the French capital for producer Enoch Light's Command label in 1964. (For more on Tony Mottola read this earlier post.)
The album was reissued, with a different cover, in 1971 as an LP for quadraphonic systems, a short-lived four-channel format that utilized an extra pair of speakers. It was similar to today's surround-sound systems. Quadraphonic LPs, which generally were sold at a premium price, could also be played on regular two-channel stereo systems.
On this album is Boulevard of Broken Dreams (no relation to Green Day's song of the same name), written in 1933 by Harry Warren (music) and Al Dubin (lyrics), and set in Paris. The song made its debut in the 1934 motion picture Moulin Rouge and Tony Bennett had a hit with it in the early 1950s. Here's Mottola's version, taken from the reissued LP.
Guitar...Paris is not available on CD or as a download. For information on other Tony Mottola recordings in digital formats, please visit the earlier blog post cited above.
From YouTube here's another track from Guitar...Paris.