|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Last Stage For Silverworld||12||Audio||1973||Warner Bros. Records|
American songwriter who has been an active writer, artist, and producer from 1963 to the present. His most famous song was "Under the Boardwalk," co-written with [a=Arthur Resnick] and recorded by [a=Drifters, The] in 1964 and many other artists. This was followed through the 1960s by top 10 songs for [a=Ronnie Dove], [a=Herman's Hermits], [a=Reparata and the Delrons], [a=Clodagh Rodgers] among many others.
In 1970 Young moved to England. In 1974 he founded [a=Fox (3)], a band featuring [a=Susan Traynor] as lead singer under the stage name [a=Noosha Fox]. The band broke up in 1977. Young's other bands were [a=Yellow Dog], [a=Gentlemen Without Weapons], 39 Vybes, and [a=Rhythms del Mundo].