James "Trummy" Young (vocalist)

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CompanyMatrix No.SizeFirst Recording DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription 
Decca 63133 10-in. 1/6/1938 Margie-1 Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra  
Decca 68876 10-in. 3/26/1941 Twenty-four robbers-2 Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra  
Decca 69035 10-in. 4/22/1941 Peace and love for all-1 Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra  
Decca 69036 10-in. 4/22/1941 Chocolate Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra  
Decca 70093 10-in. 12/22/1941 Blues in the night, part 1 Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra  
Decca 70094 10-in. 12/22/1941 Blues in the night, part 2 Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra  
Decca 70096 10-in. 12/23/1941 Life is fine-1 Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra  
Decca 86062 3/19/1954 Otchi-Tchor-Ni-Ya Louis Armstrong All-Stars  
Decca 86064 3/19/1954 Margie Louis Armstrong All-Stars  
Decca 86075 3/19/1954 Otchi-Tchor-Ni-Ya, part 1 Louis Armstrong All-Stars  
Decca 86076 3/19/1954 Otchi-Tchor-Ni-Ya, part 2 Louis Armstrong All-Stars  
Decca 86077 3/19/1954 Struttin' with some barbecue, part 1 Louis Armstrong All-Stars  
Decca 86078 3/19/1954 Struttin' with some barbecue, part 2 Louis Armstrong All-Stars  
Decca 86145 4/5/1954 Bye and bye Gordon Jenkins Orchestra ; Louis Armstrong All-Stars  
Decca 86146 4/5/1954 Trees Gordon Jenkins Orchestra ; Louis Armstrong All-Stars  
Decca 86147 4/5/1954 Spooks! Gordon Jenkins Orchestra ; Louis Armstrong All-Stars  
Decca 86148 4/5/1954 The Whiffenpoof song Gordon Jenkins Orchestra ; Louis Armstrong All-Stars  
Decca 87839 4/25/1955 Yeh! Louis Armstrong All-Stars  
Decca 87840 4/25/1955 Mm-Mm Louis Armstrong All-Stars  
Decca 87841 4/25/1955 Baby, your sleep is showing Louis Armstrong All-Stars  
Decca 87842 4/25/1955 Tin roof blues Louis Armstrong All-Stars  
Decca 87843 4/25/1955 Pretty little Missy Louis Armstrong All-Stars  
Decca 88057 1/21/1955 T'aint' what you do ; Lover come back to me Louis Armstrong All-Stars  
Decca 88061 1/21/1955 Big butter and egg man ; Stompin' at the Savoy ; When it's sleepy time down ; South (Opening theme) Louis Armstrong All-Stars  
Decca 88063 1/21/1955 Rockin' chair ; Twelfth Street rag ; Muskrat ramble Louis Armstrong All-Stars  
Decca 101176 1/23/1957 Gut bucket blues Louis Armstrong  
Decca 101479 1/24/1957 Heebie jeebies Louis Armstrong  
Decca 101485 1/25/1957 King of the Zulus Louis Armstrong  
Decca 101488 1/25/1957 Snag it Louis Armstrong  
Decca 101489 1/25/1957 Dippermouth blues Louis Armstrong  
Decca 101490 1/25/1957 Canal Street blues Louis Armstrong  
Decca 101491 1/28/1957 (I'll be glad when you're dead) You rascal you Louis Armstrong  
Decca 101492 1/28/1957 Hobo you can't ride this train Louis Armstrong  
Decca 101493 1/28/1957 Knockin' a jug Louis Armstrong Orchestra  
Decca 101494 1/28/1957 Dear old Southland-1 Louis Armstrong  
Decca 101495 1/28/1957 See see rider Louis Armstrong  
Decca 101496 1/28/1957 Reckless blues Louis Armstrong  
Decca 101497 1/28/1957 Trouble in mind Louis Armstrong  
Decca 101498 1/28/1957 Courthouse blues Louis Armstrong  
Decca 102613 3/19/1954 Struttin' with some barbecue Louis Armstrong All-Stars  
Decca 102615 3/19/1954 Basin Street blues Louis Armstrong All-Stars  
Decca 102616 1/21/1955 When it's sleepy time down South Louis Armstrong All-Stars  
Decca 102623 1/28/1957 Dear old Southland-1, 2 Louis Armstrong  
Decca DLA 2447 10-in. 6/23/1941 I'm walking through heaven with you-1 Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra  
Decca DLA 2448 10-in. 6/23/1941 You' re always in my dreams-1 Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra  
Decca DLA 2449 10-in. 6/23/1941 Flamingo Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra  
Decca L 3097 10-in. 7/14/1942 Easy street-1 Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra  
Decca L 8668 9/9/1955 Easy street Louis Armstrong  
Decca L 8669 9/9/1955 Lazy bones Louis Armstrong  

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "James "Trummy" Young (vocalist)," accessed November 21, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/talent/detail/159607/Young_Trummy_vocalist.

James "Trummy" Young (vocalist). (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved November 21, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/talent/detail/159607/Young_Trummy_vocalist.

"James "Trummy" Young (vocalist)." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 21 November 2019.

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