album : mother ship

Organist Larry Young's final Blue Note album, Mother Ship, was not released until 1980. Teamed up with tenor saxophonist Herbert Morgan, the great trumpeter Lee Morgan, and drummer Eddie Gladden, Young performs five of his originals.

If Jimmy Smith was "the Charlie Parker of the organ," Larry Young was its John Coltrane. One of the great innovators of the mid- to late '60s, Young fashioned a distinctive modal approach to the Hammond B-3 at a time when Smith's earthy, blues-drenched soul-jazz style was the instrument's dominant voice.


Jazz / Free Jazz / Post Bop

John Coltrane
A Love Supreme: The Complete Masters

Mal Waldron
Into The Light

James Emery
Fourth World

John Coltrane
The Paris Concert

Bill Frisell
Have A Little Faith

Bill Evans
Empathy + A Simple Matter Of Conviction

Música Contra Osopetos

Claude Nougaro
Bleu Blanc Blues / Femme Orchestre

Sam Rivers

Mingus Dynasty
The Next Generation

Claude Nougaro
Bleu Blanc Blues

Elton Dean
Elton Dean