Fuel is a jazz fusion album by Larry Young, released on the Arista Records label. Fuel for the Fire" (Philips, Torano, Young) - 6:06. I Ching (Book of Changes)" (Young) - 6:25. Turn off the Lights" (Logan, Saunders, Young) - 7:05. Floating" (Torano) - 4:13. H + J B (Hustle + Jam Bread)" (Young) - 6:19.
Larry Young (also known as Khalid Yasin ; 7 October 1940 in Newark, New Jersey – 30 March 1978 in New York City) was an American jazz organist and occasional pianist. Young pioneered a modal approach to the Hammond B-3 (in contrast to Jimmy Smith's soul jazz style). However, he did also play soul jazz, among other styles.
Producer – Larry Young, Terry Philips. Vocals – Larry Young (tracks: B4), Linda "Tequila" Logan (tracks: A1, A3, B3). Notes. Produced for Terry Philips, Inc. (C)(P) 1975 Arista Records Inc. Promo copy, "Not For Sale".
This 1975 session has Larry Young with Santiago Torano on guitar, Fernando Sanders on bass, Rob Gottfried on drums, and vocalist Laura "Tequila" Logan. Includes such exotic tunes as "I Ching (Book of Changes)" and "H + J B (Hustle + Jam Bread).
Artists Larry Young Larry Young's Fuel. Larry Young's Fuel Larry Young. This album has an average beat per minute of 118 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 102/143 BPM). Tracklist Larry Young's Fuel. 1. Fuel for the Fire.
Fuel for the Fire, 06:06. I Ching (Book of Changes), 06:25. Turn Off the Lights, 07:03.
Album · 1974 · 7 Songs. Listen on Apple Music.
Larry Young - Fuel for the Fire 06:06. Larry Young - I Ching (Book of Changes) 06:25. Larry Young - Floating 04:13. Larry Young - H + J B (Hustle + Jam Bread) 06:19. Larry Young - People Do Be Funny 03:43. Larry Young - New York Electric Street Music 08:34. Into Somethin' - Larry Young. The Larry Young Trio. Testifying, Young Blues, Groove Street, Forrest Fire - Jimmie Smith, Larry Young, Thornel Schwartz. Four Classic Albums (Forrest Fire, Groove Street, Testifying, Young Blues) - Larry Young. Mother Ship - Larry Young.
By the time Larry Young hit the studio with group Fuel to track this 1975 release he was already a seasoned jazz pro despite being in his 30s (young for jazz cat). His organ work in the 50s with Jimmy Forrest, Tommy Turrentine, Hank Mobley and others lead to being signed to Prestige as a leader and a string of incredible projects for both the Prestige and Blue Note labels throughout the 60s. His work with Tony Williams Lifetime on the 1969 album Emergency set the stage for the fusion movement even ahead of that genre s landmark release Bitches Brew (where he appeared with Miles)