Banca dati musicale
nato il 4.7.1889 a New York City, NY, Stati Uniti d'America
morto il 21.4.1939 a New York City, NY, Stati Uniti d'America
Joe Young (lyricist)
|Joe Young (lyricist)|
Joe Young (July 4, 1889 – April 21, 1939) was a lyricist. He was born in New York. Young was most active from 1911 through the late-1930s, beginning his career working as a singer and songplugger for various music publishers. During World War I, he entertained the U.S. Troops, touring Europe as a singer.
The Laugh Parade
For the 1931 Broadway show The Laugh Parade, Young collaborated with co-lyricist Mort Dixon and composer Harry Warren on "You're My Everything". The show also included:
- "Ooh! That Kiss"
- "Love Me Forever"
- "That Torch Song"
- "Joseph Young III"
- "In a Shanty in Old Shanty Town"
- "Lullaby of the Leaves"
- "Snuggled On Your Shoulder, Cuddled In Your Arms"
- "Was That the Human Thing To Do?"
- "Something in the Night"
- "Annie Doesn't Live Here Anymore"
- "I'm Growing Fonder of You"
- "You're a Heavenly Thing"
- "Sing an Old Fashioned Song"
- "Dancing with You"
- "Just a Baby's Prayer at Twilight"
- "Whistle and Blow Your Blues Away"
His last work was the famous standard "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter", written with Fred Ahlert in 1935.
Joe Young died in New York. He was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1970.
- Joe Young at the Internet Movie Database
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