† 23 May 1969 in Beverly Hills, California, USA
As an american songwriter McHugh worked as a pianist and salesman for the Boston office of Irving Berlin's publishing company, before moving to New York, where he met Dorothy Fields. McHugh and Fields would write many songs together, first on Broadway and then in Hollywood. After Fields had returned to Broadway, McHugh continued to work with other lyricists in Hollywood, notably Harold Adamson.
|Jimmy McHugh and Pete Rugolo||Jimmy McHugh and Pete Rugolo - Jack The Ripper (Album)||RCA Victor||Canada||1960||Sell This Version|
|The Saint James Pop Orchestra, Jimmy McHugh||The Saint James Pop Orchestra, Jimmy McHugh - What's New... The Music Of Jimmy McHugh (Album)||Alva Records||US||1974||Sell This Version|
Singles & EPs
|SUED 1052||L. Novosad*, J. Kulíšek*, J. Mc Hugh*, H. Arlen*, Antonín Julina, Gustav Brom And His Orchestra*||L. Novosad*, J. Kulíšek*, J. Mc Hugh*, H. Arlen*, Antonín Julina, Gustav Brom And His Orchestra* - Unruly Night (7", EP, Mono)||Supraphon||SUED 1052||Czechoslovakia||Unknown||Sell This Version|
|Z-1028||The Blendtones, Jimmy McHugh||The Blendtones, Jimmy McHugh - Lovers/ I Don't Want Everything (7")||Zanzibar Records & Tapes||Z-1028||Unknown||Sell This Version|