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Listen to music from Johnny Young & Kompany like Step Back, Caralyn & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Johnny Young & Kompany. Johnny Young (born John Benjamin de Jong, 12 March 1945) is an Australian singer, composer, record producer, disc jockey, television producer and host. Young had his first break when he became host of TVW-7 Perth television pop music show Club Seventeen in early 1965. At the same time, he released two singles, Club 17/Hi Ho and Go Johnny Go, both on the 7-Teen label. The following year he formed a backing band called Johnny Young and Kompany. The Festival File Volume Eight.
Johnny Young (born Johnny Benjamin de Jong; 12 March 1947) is a Dutch Australian singer, composer, record producer, disc jockey, television producer and host. Originally from Rotterdam, Netherlands, his family settled in Perth, Western Australia in the early 1950s The following year, 1966, he formed Johnny Young & Kompany, As lead vocalist he was backed by Eddy (guitar), Findlay (drums), Summers (guitar) and Jim Griffiths (bass). After performing as supporting act to the Easybeats in early 1966, Young recorded "Step Back", which was co-written by the Easybeats' members Stevie Wright and George Young (no relation).
Album · 1991 · 20 Songs. 1992 Festival Records. See All. Greatest Hits. Morning of My Life: The Best of 1965-66 (Remastered).
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Johnny Young & Kompany moved to Melbourne in mid-1966. Mick Wade (ex-the Vibrants) joined on guitar and organ. Young was interviewed by Go-Set writer, Ian "Molly" Meldrum for their 13 July issue. In 1970, Young formed a production company with Kevin Lewis (former Festival Records executive), Lewis-Young Productions, which developed the pop music television show Happening '70 – hosted by Wyllie – for the ATV-0 channel, it was subsequently followed by Happening '71 and Happening '72. Lewis-Young Productions also developed Young Talent Time from April 1971, a children's variety show and talent quest with Young as host.
Johnny Young was born in the Delta, and when he headed for Chicago, he had a mandolin under his arm! He played with some legendary Bluesmen, and toured Europe. A lesser known exponent of the mandolin, Johnny Young, took this unpromising instrument back to Europe many centuries later, after he had played it onstage and in the studio with Howlin’ Wolf and a host of Chicago Blues legends. Although he was never a big solo star, Johnny’s unique sound and precise technique added something special to the ‘Golden Age’ of electric Blues. In 1918, Johnny Young was born at the sharp end of the Delta, in Vicksburg.
|3||Kiss Me Now||1:32|
|4||When Will I Be Loved||2:13|
|6||Good Evening Girl||2:14|
|8||It's A Sunny Day||2:28|
|9||Let It Be Me||2:42|
|10||All My Lovin'||2:57|
|1||Every Christian Lion Hearted Man Will Show You||2:34|
|2||Craise Flinton Kirk||2:28|
|3||I Am The World||2:59|
|5||Epitaph To Mr. Simon, Sir||2:23|
|7||This Is My World||3:13|
|8||Mr Reagan 43||2:16|
|10||Devoted To You||2:33|
|D 19008||Johnny Young & Kompany||Step Back With.... The Festival File Volume Eight (CD, Album, Comp)||Festival Records||D 19008||Australia||1992|