Larry Young

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  • At a time when soul-jazz was the zeitgeist when it came to jazz keyboards, musician/songwriter Larry Young bucked the reigning trends with his Hammond B-3 organ Young's style, which came about during the mid-to-late 1960s, was sharp, technical, and highly influenced by modal scales, standing in contrast to the breezier style that...
  • BACK IN PRINT! An exact repro vinyl-reissue of the 1962 album by jazz organist Larry Young The LP features a truly tight early...
  • On 1964’s Into Somethin’—his first album for Blue Note—Larry Young made it abundantly clear that he had his own unique approach to the Hammond B-3 organ Rather than the tried-and-true soul jazz sound so strongly identified with the instrument, Young explored more modal territory over the course of his six Blue Note albums...
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