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For the rock and roll promoter see Lee Gordon (promoter)
Lee "Stubby" Gordon (March 8, 1923 – November 1963) was a jazz musician and the Cleveland bandsman  who conducted the Rhythm Masters orchestra  and wrote the music for songs such as "Tell Me Dreamy Eyes", "Worryin' Blues", and "Rippin' It Off." He was the first to broadcast Franklin Delano Roosevelt Jr.'s song The Rest of My Life With You. His family still resides in Cleveland today.
- TIME Magazine, July 8, 1940.
- Edwards, L. "Meet Stubby Gordon", Pine Ridge News, November, 1933.
- Laird, R. (2001). Brunswick Records: A Discography of Recordings, 1916-1931 Volume 4: Other Non-U.S. Recordings and Indexes, Oxford: Greenwood Press. ISBN 0-313-31869-7
- "Worryin Blues", University of Mississippi Libraries.
- Five Harmaniacs
- Time Magazine, Monday, Jul. 08, 1940
- Digitized Pine Ridge News Vol. I. No. I.
- The Five Harmaniacs on Redhotjazz.com
- Sheldon Harris Sheet Music Finding-Aid at the University of Mississippi (originals)
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