James Campbell

James Campbell

British songwriter and music publisher, known as Jimmy Campbell. 1903-1967.
Mainly active in the 1920s and 1930s, Campbell formed a songwriting and publishing team with fellow Brit Reginald Connelly (Campbell Connelly). They also collaborated with other songwriters.

Among their best known compositions are If I Had You (1928), Goodnight Sweetheart (1931) and Try A Little Tenderness (1933). They also wrote Midnight Stars And You and When The Organ Played At Twilight.

The duo of Connelly and Campbell sometimes used the pseudonym Irving King.
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James Campbell Discography


Various Thème Africain Various - Play Time (Comp, Album) Philips US 1968 Sell This Version
SBL 7858 Various Thème Africain Various - Play Time(LP, Comp) Philips SBL 7858 UK 1968 Sell This Version
UNS 15554 Jacques Tati Thème Africain Jacques Tati - Original soundtrack music from the films of Jacques Tati(LP, Album, Comp, Gat) UA International UNS 15554 US 1968 Sell This Version
Various Thème Africain Various - Extraits Des Bandes Originales Des Films De Jacques Tati (Comp) Philips France 1977 Sell This Version