|Studio album by Larry Young|
|Recorded||November 12, 1964|
|Studio||Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliffs, NJ|
|Length||41:26 CD reissue|
|Larry Young chronology|
Into Somethin' is a 1965 album by jazz organist Larry Young. It is Young's debut for Blue Note records, featuring Grant Green and Elvin Jones, with both of whom he had previously recorded under Green's name. Also present is Sam Rivers on tenor saxophone.
- "Tyrone" (Young) - 9:40
- "Plaza De Toros" (Green) - 9:39
- "Paris Eyes" (Young) - 6:42
- "Backup" (Young) - 8:40
- "Ritha" (Young) - 6:45
On the 1998 "Connoisseur Series" CD reissue, a quartet version of "Ritha" is included in addition to the take featured on the vinyl issue.