Bobby Troup

For versatile Bobby Troup -- musician, composer, jazz authority, recording artist, actor, Emmy Award winner -- there's hardly a “first” left in show business to claim and conquer. His demanding role in “Emergency!”, Jack Webb's hour-long Universal Television series, marks Troup's debut in action-drama.

As a musician, Bobby Troup probably is best known as the composer of such hit songs as “Daddy”. “Baby, Baby All the Time”, “Route 66” and “Girl Talk”.

Or as the Emmy Award-winning host and narrator of ABC-TV's “Stars of Jazz”.

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Albums

The Feeling of Jazz
The Feeling of Jazz

1994
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[no cover]
Bobby Troup Sings...
Tzadik
1987
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[no cover]
Do Re Mi
Tzadik
1957
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[no cover]
Bobby Swings Tenderly
Tzadik
1957
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[no cover]
The Songs Of Bobby...
Tzadik
1955
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[no cover]
And His Trio
Tzadik
1955
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Videos

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