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Rube Bloom

(April 24th 1902 - March 30th 1976)

Ruben Bloom was a pianist, composer/arranger, and singer born in New York City in 1902. During the 1920s he recorded a number of popular novelty piano solos and performed with jazz artists including Joe Venuti, Bix Beiderbecke, The Dorsey Brothers and Benny Goodman.


Bessie Couldn't Help It (3:21)

Hot Aire (3:04)

How Come You Do Me Like You Do? (3:42)

Milenberg Joys (2:53)

My Honey's Lovin' Arms (3:16)

Mysterious Mose (3:20)

Sensation (2:50)

Silhouette (2:31)

The Blue Room (3:19)

The Man From The South (2:53)

Those Panama Mamas (Are Ruinin' Me) (3:03)

What-Cha-Call-'Em Blues (2:46)

You Wouldn't Fool Me, Would You? (2:40)

You're Burnin' Me Up (Turnin' Me Down) (3:03)

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