Thomas Stewart

Thomas Wesley Stewart Jr.

Also known as Sammy Good, The, Stewart, T. Steward, T. Stewart, T. W. Stewart, T.W. Stewart, Thomas N. Stewart, Thomas Steward, Thomas W. Stewart, Tom Steward, Tommy Stewart

Discography of Thomas Stewart:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Tommy Stewart 8 Audio 2003-07-28 Luv N' Haight
2 Tommy Stewart 8 Audio 1976 Abraxas
3 Tommy Stewart 8 Audio 1976 Abraxas
4 Bump And Hustle Music 2 Audio 1989 Not On Label (Tommy Stewart)
5 Bump And Hustle Music / Fulton Country Line 2 Audio 2008-11-00 Jazzman
6 Unreleased EP 6 Audio 2009-01-00 Jazzman
7 Make Happy Music 14 Audio 2009 Funky Town Grooves
8 Tommy Stewart 8 Audio Abraxas
9 Disco Love Affair 14 Audio 2012 Cultures Of Soul Records
10 Luv N' Haight Edit Series Vol.2 2 Audio 2012-12-00 Ubiquity
11 Luv N' Haight Edit Series Vol.2 2 Audio 2012-12-00 Ubiquity
12 Bump And Hustle Music / Fulton Country Line 2 Audio 2008-11-00 Jazzman
13 Disco Love Affair 14 Audio 2012 Cultures Of Soul Records


Tommy Stewart was born on November 19th, 1939. He was drawn to music at a very early age thanks to his mother, a song writer, vocalist and choir conductor. In 1964 he played with Fred Wesley and members of the 55th Army band. He wrote and composed for TV and even played with Blue Note recording artist Duke Pearson. In 1973 he arranged and composed a musical score called “The Burning of Atlanta” for Buddha Records and later on, worked as arranger, producer, performer and writer for the likes of Clarence Carter, Candy Staton, Johnny Taylor, Major Lance, Eddie Kendricks, Luther Ingram, Millie Jackson, Flip Wilson, Roy Gaines, Tamiko Jones and many others. The self titled LP, recorded in 1976 in Atlanta and Memphis with pieces like “Bump And Hustle Music” has Stewart often labeled as the innovator of disco-funk.


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