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The Man From The South
Rube Bloom & His
Feat. Adrian Rollini
This recording was produced in New York City on January 16th 1930 featuring Roy Evans vocals, Mannie Klein trumpet, Tommy Dorsey trombone, Benny Goodman clarinet, Rube Bloom piano & vocals, Adrian Rollini bass sax, and Stan King drums.
*"The Man From The South" was composed by Rube Bloom and Harry Woods in 1929.
Composer and lyricist Harry Woods not only created songs on his own, but often collaborated with others resulting in a number of smash hits. His initial publishing success came in 1923 with the song "I'm Goin' South" written with Abner Silver, which was subsequently recorded by Al Jolson.
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