Young-Holt Unlimited was formed by bassist Eldee Young and drummer Redd Holt in 1965 after they left the Ramsey Lewis Trio. Depending on which Young-Holt record you're listening to the pianist was either Hysear Don Walker or Ken Chaney.
Young-Holt's big hit was Soulful Strut, in 1968.
The 45 of California Montage (b/w Straight Ahead) was released the following year and is perhaps the rarest of the trio's recordings. It's only other appearance on vinyl was on a Young-Holt greatest hits album.
California Montage comes from Dave Grusin's score for Winning, an auto-racing film starring Paul Newman.
You can grab the Young-Holt Unlimited version of California Montage below.
California Montage has appeared on several northern soul CD compilations and on a 2005 CD from the British label Edsel, Wack Wack: The Best of Young Holt. It's still available in limited quantities.
And finally ... here's some brass-infused Young-Holt on Soulful Samba. If you want to own a non-clicks-and-pops copy of this song, it's on iTunes.