Jimmy Young was signed to the then new label Polygon Records in 1950,
one of the label's only stars alongside another newcomer Petula Clark.
He released numerous records on the label, all conducted by Ron Goodwin,
the biggest of which was "Too Young" (1951) a big sheet music seller in
the days before the UK singles chart had begun. It was a cover of Nat
'King' Cole's American recording. There were also two duets with Miss
Clark that year, "Mariandl" and "Broken Heart". In 1952 he was lured away to a contract with record giant Decca, and