Plaza De Toros - Larry Young - Into Somethin (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Larry Young who like most organists originally sounded close to Jimmy Smith, took a big step away from the organ's dominant influence on this adventurous and colorful set, which was his debut as a leader for Blue compcotyhaptelrgreatelucolornite.coinfoming with a quartet also including tenor saxophonist Sam Rivers, guitarist Grant Green and drummer Elvin Jones, Young performs four of his originals plus Green's "Plaza de.
  2. As for the material it consists of a Green original, “Plaza de Toros”, which provides a welcomed detour into Spanish half-tone modulations and spirited tempos, whereas the remaining tracks are all Young penned originals that help solidify his composing imagination.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Into Somethin' on Discogs. Label: Blue Note - BST ,Blue Note - ST • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Post Bop, Hard Bop/5(16).
  4. "Plaza de Toros" is a Green composition, & the fieriest thing on here. A very good disc, though not a patch on _Unity_. It is the only disc besides _Unity_ under Young's leadership on Blue Note that ought to be considered essential/5(12).
  5. Sep 07,  · Larry Young - 02 Plaza De Toros (Grant Green) Personnel: Sam Rivers (tenor sax),Larry Young (organ),Grant Green (guitar),Elvin Jones (drums) from the album 'INTO SOMETHIN.
  6. Into Somethin’ is Larry Young's first Blue Note album where he is matching wits and creative ideas with the likes of Sam Rivers, Grant Green and Elvin Jones in an astounding band that only played together on this one occasion. Rivers is an avant-gardist with strong roots in the jazz tradition, Green was the most versatile and distinctive of.
  7. Young, Larry - Into Somethin' Vendor: Universal Collection: Released: NEW VINYL LP ON BLUE NOTE GRAM VINYL. On ’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.

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