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Larry Young (Khalid Yasin Abdul Aziz)

Larry Young (Khalid Yasin Abdul Aziz)
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Larry Young (also known as Khalid Yasin [Abdul Aziz]; October 7, 1940, in Newark, New Jersey – March 30, 1978, in New York City) was an American jazz organist and occasional pianist. Young pioneered a modal approach to the Hammond B-3. Young was one of the pioneers in the initial fusions of jazz and rock with Miles Davis and Tony Williams' Lifetime.
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Larry Young — The Magician Larry Young — The Magician
(Acanta CC 29.383, 1977, LP)
Lenny White — Venusian Summer Lenny White — Venusian Summer
(Wounded Bird WOU 435, 1976/2001, CD)
Larry Young's Fuel — Larry Young's Fuel Larry Young's Fuel — Larry Young's Fuel
(Get On Down GET-51287, 1975/2011, CD)
Carlos Santana & John McLaughlin — Love Devotion Surrender Carlos Santana & John McLaughlin — Love Devotion Surrender
(Columbia CK 32034, 1973/1988, CD)
Miles Davis — Bitches Brew Miles Davis — Bitches Brew
(Columbia C2K 65774, 1970/1999, 2CD)
Miles Davis — The Complete Bitches Brew Sessions Miles Davis — The Complete Bitches Brew Sessions
(Columbia C4K 65570, 1970/1998, 4CD)
John McLaughlin — Devotion John McLaughlin — Devotion
(Fuel2000 302 061 133 2, 1970/2000, CD)
The Tony Williams Lifetime — (Turn It Over) The Tony Williams Lifetime — (Turn It Over)
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC2257, 1970/2011, CD)
The Tony Williams Lifetime — Emergency! The Tony Williams Lifetime — Emergency!
(Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2256, 1969/2011, CD)
Larry Young — Lawrence of Newark Larry Young — Lawrence of Newark
(Castle 06076 81221-2, 1969/2002, CD)
Larry Young — Mother Ship Larry Young — Mother Ship
(Blue Note 7243 5 90415 2 0, 1969/2003, CD)
Jimi Hendrix — Nine to the Universe Jimi Hendrix — Nine to the Universe
(Reprise HS 2299, 1969/1980, LP)
Larry Young — Heaven on Earth Larry Young — Heaven on Earth
(Blue Note BST 84304, 1968, LP)
Larry Young — Contrasts Larry Young — Contrasts
(Blue Note BST 84266, 1967, LP)
Larry Young — Of Love and Peace Larry Young — Of Love and Peace
(Blue Note 7243 4 73162 2 7, 1966/2004, CD)
Larry Young — In Paris - The ORTF Recordings Larry Young — In Paris - The ORTF Recordings
(Resonance Records HCD-2022, 1965/2016, 2CD)
Larry Young — Unity Larry Young — Unity
(Blue Note 7243 4 97808 2 8, 1965/1999, CD)
Larry Young — Into Somethin' Larry Young — Into Somethin'
(Blue Note CDP 7243 8 21734 2 7, 1964/1998, CD)
Larry Young — Groove Street Larry Young — Groove Street
(Prestige P-7237, 1962/1994, CD)
Larry Young — Young Blues Larry Young — Young Blues
(Prestige NJ-8264, 1960/1994, CD)

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