Lee Gordon

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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 [1] who conducted the Rhythm Masters orchestra [2] and wrote the music for songs such as "Tell Me Dreamy Eyes",[3] "Worryin' Blues",[4] and "Rippin' It Off."[5] 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.

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  1. ^ TIME Magazine, July 8, 1940.
  2. ^ Edwards, L. "Meet Stubby Gordon", Pine Ridge News, November, 1933.
  3. ^ 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
  4. ^ "Worryin Blues", University of Mississippi Libraries.
  5. ^ Five Harmaniacs

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