Lee Young

Leonidas Raymond
Leonidas Raymond Young (March 7, 1914 – July 31, 2008) was an American jazz drummer and singer.wikipedia
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Lester Young

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His musical family included his father Willis Young and his older brother, saxophonist Lester Young.
Lester had two siblings – Leonidas Raymond, who became a drummer, and Irma Cornelia.

Lionel Hampton

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Young played with such jazz and swing music notables as Mutt Carey, Fats Waller, Les Hite, Benny Goodman, and Lionel Hampton.

Norman Granz

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In 1944 he played with Norman Granz's first "Jazz at the Philharmonic" concert.

New Orleans

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Young was born in 1914 in New Orleans, Louisiana to Willis Young and Lizetta Teresa Johnson.

Swing music

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Young played with such jazz and swing music notables as Mutt Carey, Fats Waller, Les Hite, Benny Goodman, and Lionel Hampton.

Mutt Carey

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Young played with such jazz and swing music notables as Mutt Carey, Fats Waller, Les Hite, Benny Goodman, and Lionel Hampton.

Fats Waller

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Young played with such jazz and swing music notables as Mutt Carey, Fats Waller, Les Hite, Benny Goodman, and Lionel Hampton.

Les Hite

Young played with such jazz and swing music notables as Mutt Carey, Fats Waller, Les Hite, Benny Goodman, and Lionel Hampton.

Benny Goodman

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Young played with such jazz and swing music notables as Mutt Carey, Fats Waller, Les Hite, Benny Goodman, and Lionel Hampton.

Nat King Cole

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In the 1950s Young played with Nat King Cole's trio.

Artists and repertoire

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From the 1960s on, he worked as an artist & repertory man for such record labels as Vee-Jay and Motown.

Record label

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From the 1960s on, he worked as an artist & repertory man for such record labels as Vee-Jay and Motown.

Vee-Jay Records

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From the 1960s on, he worked as an artist & repertory man for such record labels as Vee-Jay and Motown.

Motown

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From the 1960s on, he worked as an artist & repertory man for such record labels as Vee-Jay and Motown.

Dinah Washington

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With Dinah Washington

Red Callender

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In the early 1940s, he played in the Lester and Lee Young band, and then formed his own trio.

Val Wilmer

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Her early interviews with Earle Warren Lee Young, and Paul "Polo" Barnes are cited in Douglas Henry Daniels's biography of Lester Young.

The Christmas Song

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Label credit: The King Cole Trio with String Choir (Nat King Cole, vocals; Buddy Cole, pianist; John Collins, guitarist; Charlie Harris, bassist; Lee Young, drummer; Charlie Grean, Pete Rugolo and Nelson Riddle, orchestral arrangement; Nelson Riddle, orchestra conductor).

Harvest of Hits

The album features Oscar Moore on guitar, Johnny Miller on bass and Lee Young on drums.

Jefferson High School (Los Angeles)

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Martha Davis (singer)

Martha Davis
In 1948, Davis and Ponder moved to California, and Davis developed her recording career on Jewel Records in Hollywood with a trio including Ponder, Ralph Williams (guitar) and Lee Young (drums).

Duke Henderson

Jack McVea recommended Henderson to the label, and he was backed on the recording dates by several notable Los Angeles session musicians, including McVea, Wild Bill Moore and Lucky Thompson (saxophones), Gene Phillips (guitar), Shifty Henry and Charles Mingus (bass), and Lee Young and Rabon Tarrant (drums).