Jimmy Campbell and Reg Connelly
James "Jimmy" Campbell (1903 in Newcastle upon Tyne – 1967 in London) and Reg Connelly (1895 (or 1898) in Buckhurst Hill, Essex, England – September 23, 1963 in Bournemouth, Dorset, England) were British music publishers and songwriting team (1920s and 1930s). Primarily lyricists, they generally worked in collaboration with composers.
Their compositions included the Froth Blowers' anthem, "The More We Are Together", the famous "Show Me the Way to Go Home" (1925), "If I Had You" (1928, written with Ted Shapiro), "Goodnight Sweetheart" (1931, with Ray Noble) and "Try a Little Tenderness" (1933, written with Harry M. Woods).
- Fuld, James J., The Book of World-Famous Music: Classical, popular and Folk, Published by General Publishing Company, Ltd, Canada (2000) pg 256
- Connelly on the All Music website
- Irving King discography at Discogs
- companiesintheuk.co.uk: Campbell, Connelly & Co, Ltd.
- musicsalesfilmtv.co.uk: Campbell, Connelly history
- "The Ancient Order Of Froth Blowers Anthem". Archived from the original on 2012-06-30., Friends of the Froth Blowers[dead link]
- http://www.allmusic.com/artist/campbell-p322381 Jimmy Campbell biography
- Jimmy Campbell discography at Discogs
- Reg Connelly discography at Discogs
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