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Trummy Young

tb, 1912-1984 US, Savannah, Georgia
Singer / Musician of Jazz
A.k.a. James Oliver Young

James "Trummy" Young (January 12, 1912 – September 10, 1984) was a trombonist in the swing era. Although he was never really a star or a bandleader himself, he did have one hit with his version of "Margie," which he played and sang with Jimmie Lunceford's orchestra in 1937 on the Decca Records label.

     
Instruments
  • Trombone
  • Vocals
  • Tuba
Genres
  • Jazz
  • Blues
  • Pop
Popular Tracks   
Johnson Rock on 1944-1946 by Trummy Young
Now You Has Jazz - From High Society (1956) on Hollywood Swing & Jazz by Benny Goodman
Good'n Groovy on 1944-1946 by Trummy Young
Hollywood on 1944-1946 by Trummy Young
Two Sleepy People on 1944-1946 by Trummy Young
'Tain't What You Do (It's the Way That You Do It) on Strictly Instrumental - 20 Great Swing Band Tracks in Digitally Restored Sound by Various Artists
Four Or Five Times on 1944-1946 by Trummy Young
How High The Moon - Live At Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh / 1947 on Jazz At The Philharmonic: Best Of The 1940s Concerts by Various Artists
Don't Be A Baby, Baby on 1944-1946 by Trummy Young
Thanks For The Memory on 1944-1946 by Trummy Young

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Band Members
Discography



Title Artist Year Type
1944-1946Trummy Young1998Compil.
Tribute To Louis ArmstrongPeanuts Hucko, Billy Butterfield, Trummy Young, Marty Napoleon, Jack Lesberg, Gus Johnson1994Album
Tribute To Louis ArmstrongPeanuts Hucko, Billy Butterfield, Trummy Young, Marty Napoleon, Jack Lesberg, Gus Johnson1994Album
Los Grandes Del Jazz 68Louis Armstrong / Peanuts Hucko / Trummy Young / Billy Kyle1981Album
SomedayTrummy Young1980Album
Swing Is HereChris Barber With John Lewis ・ Trummy Young1979Album
Swing Is HereChris Barber With John Lewis ・ Trummy Young1979Album
OleoUrbie Green, Ross Tompkins, Carl Fontana, Kai Winding, James Moody, Dick Hyman, Trummy Young1978Album
A Man And His HornTrummy Young1975Album
The Mildred Bailey Radio Show - 1944-1945Mildred Bailey With Guest Stars Trummy Young And Woody Herman And Featuring Teddy Wilson Sextet1975Album
Hollywood Jazz Session - Vol. 1Dexter Gordon / Wardell Gray / Howard McGhee / Trummy Young / Barney Kessel / Hampton Hawes, Ken Kennedy, Leroy Gray1952Album
Bop After HoursTrummy Young, Barney Kessel1947Album
Bopera - Part 1 / 2Trummy Young / Wardell Gray1947Album
The Hunt - Part 3 / 4Trummy Young / Barney Kessel1947Album
Tiny's Boogie Woogie / "C" Jam BluesThe Tiny Grimes Swingtet Featuring Trummy Young & John Hardee1946Album
Jazz 44Cozy Cole, Coleman Hawkins, J.C. Heard, Trummy YoungCompil.
Governor TrombonesTrummy Young / Jimmy ArcheyAlbum
You're Only Happy When I'm Blue / Ten Lessons With TimothyTony Scott, Dizzy Gillespie, Ben Webster, Trummy Young, Jimmy Jones, Gene Ramey, Eddie NicholsonAlbum
Yours TrulyTrummy YoungAlbum
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