Of Love and Peace
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|Of Love And Peace|
|Studio album by Larry Young|
|Recorded||July 26, 1966
Van Gelder Studio, Englewod Cliffs, NJ
|Larry Young chronology|
The album is Young's third for Blue Note Records, following on from Unity. Two of the tracks were composed by Young, and the others are free jazz readings of standards.
According to the album liner notes, the group represents a working band whom Young had employed for two weeks prior to the recording date (apart from Spaulding, who was otherwise employed).
- "Pavanne" (Morton Gould) - 14:11
- "Of Love And Peace" (Young) - 6:31
- "Seven Steps To Heaven" (Miles Davis/Victor Feldman) - 10:17
- "Falaq" (Young) - 10:09