|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Till The Night Is Gone: A Tribute To Doc Pomus||14||Audio||1995-03-28||Forward|
|2||Send For The Doctor - The Early Years 1944-55||16||Audio||1983||"Whiskey, Women, And ..."|
|3||Till The Night Is Gone: A Tribute To Doc Pomus||14||Audio||1995||Forward (2)|
Sometimes credited as Jerome "Doc" Pomus.
Born Jerome Felder 27.01.1925 in New York City.
Died 14.03.1991 in New York City.
Son of a Brooklyn Doctor, Pomus was crippled by Polio. He recorded one session in 1947, including the single 'My Good Pott' released on Savoy. Never achieving much success as a singer, from 1956, he concentrated on songwriting working together with [a=Mort Shuman].
Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in 1992 (Non-Performer).