These newly discovered recordings represent Larry Young both as a leader and sideman and constitue a snapshot of a pivotal moment in jazz in a particuarly iconic place and time: Paris in the mid- ’60s, which turned out to be a crucible for some of the most important figures in progressive jazz: Eric Dolphy, Woody Shaw and Larry Young. We are fortunate to have here a document of Larry Young’s time in Paris, before he returned to New York and recorded a flurry of important Blue Note albums through 1969.
Total time: 01:39:25
|Analog Tape Recorder||
Nagra T modified with high end tube playback electronics
Merging Technologies Horus and Hapi with dCS Vivaldi Clock
Rene Laflamme – Analog to DSD 128 Conversion
|Original Recording Format|
Jack Dieval and Andre Francis
Radio diffusion – Television Francaise (ORTF)
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|Release Date||September 9, 2016|
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