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Larry Young - In Paris The ORTF Recordings album mp3

Performer: Larry Young
Title: In Paris The ORTF Recordings
Released: 2016
Style: Modal
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You may know organist Larry Young from his work in The Tony Williams Lifetime band (with John McLaughlin) and later with Jimi Hendrix, and Carlos Santana or you may just be hip to his Blue Note 1960's years. Nonetheless, you would certainly be surprised to learn that he lived to be just 38 years old, passing away in 1978. As the philosopher Lao Tzu said, "The flame that burns twice as bright, burns half as long"

Live and studio recordings from Paris in 1964-1965. 180g vinyl pressed at . housed in a gatefold sleeve. Mastered by Bernie Grundman. Includes 12 page insert of liner notes, 6 postcards featuring rare images and digital download card.

In Paris: The ORTF Record. has been added to your Cart. First release of all previously unreleased Larry Young recordings in nearly 40 years and endorsed by the estate of Larry Young. Extensive liner notes with essays and interviews by John McLaughlin, Dr. Lonnie Smith, John Medeski, Bill Laswell, Nathan Davis, Andre Francis, producer Zev Feldman, Larry Young III & Woody Shaw III. Includes rare and previously unreleasedphotos from Francis Wolff, Jean-Pierre Leloir & INA archives. Throughout the album, you’ll experience Young’s peculiar sound, which is different from other organists in style and expression. It was the era of John Coltrane. Young accordingly enamored with Coltrane’s modal refinements.

These sparkling sessions, the ORTF Recordings, are drawn from the fruitful mid-1960s period. Larry Young was a contemporary of Jimmy Smith, who is indisputably better known in terms of jazz organ legacy. However, Zev Feldman the producer of this attractive new two-CD package, Larry Young in Paris, has no doubts about who made the greater impact in the long term. Jimmy Smith was a pioneer who took the Hammond organ out of the church, but Larry Young took the organ out of this world, declares Feldman of the musician who died at the age of 38 in 1978

This project came about in 2012 when producer Zev Feldman traveled to France to investigate what was in the ORTF archives and discovered several recordings of the great Larry Young that had been sitting in their vault for nearly 50 years, since the mid '60's. IN PARIS tells the story, through words and music, of Larry Young as an American jazz artist living in Paris. Featured artists include Woody Shaw on trumpet, Nathan Davis on saxophone, Billy Brooks on drums & numerous French artists such as pianist Jack Dieval, saxophonist Jean-Claude Fohrenback and drummer Franco Manzecchi.

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As a listening experience, The ORTF Recordings are a revelation, showcasing the innovative Young (who died tragically in 1978 at age 38) and his group of equally youthful and talented musicians, including 19-year-old Newark trumpeter Woody Shaw. Released here for the first time, 2016's Larry Young in Paris: The ORTF Recordings is something of a lost treasure rediscovered. Recorded while the Newark, New Jersey-born pianist/organist Larry Young was living in France from 1964-1965, these recordings were broadcast once on French public radio and then archived for decades. Notably, these sessions prefigure Young's landmark 1965 Blue Note album, Unity, which also featured Shaw.

Larry Young In Paris The ORTF Recordings. If you’re not familiar with Young’s playing but have heard a Nice album or an ELP album or heard the late Keith Emerson play anything, you’ve sort of heard Larry Young. The styling similarities are unmistakable. Of course Young came first but the lower register percolating, bubbling, driving sound lives on.

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