Unity (Larry Young album)
1966 studio album by Larry Young / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Unity is an album by jazz organist Larry Young, released on the Blue Note label in August, 1966. The album features trumpeter Woody Shaw, tenor saxophonist Joe Henderson and drummer Elvin Jones. While not free jazz, the album features experimentation that was innovative for the time. Young chose the title because, "although everybody on the date was very much an individualist, they were all in the same frame of mood. It was evident from the start that everything was fitting together." The album was Young's second for Blue Note, and is widely considered a "post-bop" classic.
1966 studio album by Larry Young
|Studio album by|
|Released||August 1966 (1966-08)|
|Recorded||November 10, 1965|
|Studio||Van Gelder Studio|
|Larry Young chronology|
|Penguin Guide to Jazz||+ Crown|
|Encyclopedia of Popular Music|||