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Doin' The Rumba
Irving Mills and his Orchestra
Feat. "The Sunshine Boys"
This recording was made in New York City on March 5th 1931 by an Orchestra under the direction of Irving Mills, with a vocal refrain by "The Sunshine Boys".
*"Doin' The Rumba" was written by Frank Perkins, Irving Mills, and Charles Kenny.
Joe Mooney was a gifted singer brilliantly adept at musical comedy. Together with his brother Dan they formed the pop singing duo "The Sunshine Boys", inspired by Bing Crosby's "Rhythm Boys". Between 1929 and '31 they recorded seventeen titles for Columbia.
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