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Larry Young (1940-1978) was an American and occasional . Young pioneered a modal approach to the Hammond B-3 (in contrast to Jimmy Smith's style). However, he did play soul jazz also, among other styles. His characteristic sound involved management of the stops on the Hammond organ, producing overtone series that caused an ethereal, drifting effect; a sound that is simultaneously lead and background.

Young was born on the 7th October 1940 in Newark, New Jersey… read more

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  • Oh man... Listening to "Unity" for the first time... sounds awesome!
  • Hammond will save the world.
  • Lawrence of Newark is GOD!! [2]
  • this is good
  • Lawrence of Newark is GOD!!
  • The Great.
  • Anyone have mother ship? Can't find it anywhere.
  • criminal that he isn't more revered.
  • powerful music

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