Matthew Garrison

Matthew Garrison

born on 2/6/1970 in New York City, NY, United States

Alias Matt Garrison

Matt Garrison

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Matt Garrison

Matthew Garrison (born June 2, 1970)[1] is an American jazz bassist, son of Jimmy Garrison.[2]

He is noted for playing his signature series Fodera bass and for having created and developed a pizzicato technique which uses four fingers. He founded his own recording label and production company in 2000 called GarrisonJazz Productions, through which he has released two CDs and a live performance DVD.

Discography

As leader

  • Matthew Garrison Matthew Garrison (2001)
  • Matthew Garrison Matt Garrison Live (2004)
  • Matthew Garrison Shapeshifter (2004)
  • Matthew Garrison - "ShapeShifter Live 2010 Part 1 - Matthew Garrison Solo" (2010)
  • Matthew Garrison 12 Months (2013)

As sideman

  • New York Jazz Guerrilla - Method To The Madness *part 1 (1992 / 1998, with Torsten de Winkel, John Arnold, Gary Thomas, Henry Hey)
  • Pat Metheny Stone Free (1993)
  • Bob Moses Time Stood Still (1994)
  • Nando Lauria Points of View (1994)
  • Steve Coleman The Tao of Mad Phat (1995)
  • Joe Zawinul My People (1996)
  • Steve Coleman Def Trance Beat (1997)
  • John McLaughlin The Heart of Things (1997)
  • Rocco Zifarelli Lyndon (1998)
  • Harry Sokal Full Circle (1998)
  • Andy Milne Forward to Get Back (1998)
  • Jim Beard Advocate (1999)
  • John McLaughlin The Heart of Things - "Live in Paris" (2000)
  • Dennis Chambers Outbreak (2002)
  • Herbie Hancock Future 2 Future Live (2002)
  • Anders Mogensen, Niclas Knudsen Anders Mogensen & Niclas Knudsen feat. Matt Garrison (2002)
  • Revolution Void Increase the Dosage (2004)
  • World Saxophone Quartet - Experience (2004)
  • Wallace Roney Prototype (2004)
  • Me'shell Ndegeocello The Spirit Music Jamia: Dance of the Infidel (2005)
  • Gary Husband's Force Majeure Live At The Queen Elizabeth Hall, London (2005) - DVD
  • Wallace Roney Mystical (2005)
  • John McLaughlin Industrial Zen (2006)
  • Alex Machacek, Jeff Sipe - "Improvision" (2007)
  • Terri Lyne Carrington "More To Say" 2009
  • Gergo Borlai - "M.M.M." (2010)
  • Ranjit Barot - "Bada Boom" (2010)
  • Pino Daniele - "Boogie Boogie Man" (2010)
  • Human Element - "Human Element" (2011)

References

  1. Gilbert, Mark (2002). Garrison, Matthew (Justin) Barry Kernfeld The new Grove dictionary of jazz, vol. 2, 2nd, p. 1819, New York: Grove's Dictionaries Inc..
  2. Allmusic

External links

  • Matt Garrison official website
  • Matt Garrison at MySpace
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