John Lindberg

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This article is about American jazz musician. For Swedish singer and musical formation, see JLT (John Lindberg Trio).
John Lindberg, mœrs festival 2010

John Lindberg (b. Mar. 16, 1959, Royal Oak, Michigan) is an American jazz double-bassist.

Lindberg studied at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor and moved to New York City in 1977. There he played with the Human Arts Ensemble alongside Joseph Bowie and Bobo Shaw, and he was in ensembles with Anthony Braxton from 1978-1985. In 1977, along with James Emery and Billy Bang, Lindberg co-founded the String Trio of New York, which he continues to be a member of. In 1980 he formed a trio with Jimmy Lyons and Sunny Murray. From 1980 to 1983 he lived in Paris, playing there solo and with Murray and John Tchicai. He has recorded extensively as a leader. In addition to the above mentioned, Lindberg has played with Steve Lacy, Tony Coe, Eric Watson, Albert Mangelsdorff, George Lewis, Martin Mayes, Theo Jörgensmann, Barry Altschul, Ed Thigpen, Karl Berger, Susie Ibarra, Baikida Carroll, Wadada Leo Smith, Andrew Cyrille, Larry Ochs, and his trio, BLOB.

Discography[edit]

As leader[edit]

  • Comin' and Goin (1980)
  • Unison (1981)
  • Dimension 5 (Black Saint, 1981)
  • Team Work (1982)
  • Relative Reliability (1982)
  • Give and Take (Black Saint, 1982)
  • The East Side Suite (1983)
  • Trilogy of Works for Eleven Instrumentalists (1984)
  • As Tears Go By (1987)
  • Dodging Bullets (1992)
  • Quartet Afterstorm (1994)
  • Resurrection of a Dormant Soul (1996)
  • Luminosity:Homage to David Inzenson (1997)
  • Bounce (1998)
  • The Catbird Sings (2000)
  • A Tree Frog Tonality (2000)
  • Two By Five (2002)
  • Ruminations Upon Ives and Gottschalk (2003)
  • Winter Birds (2005)
  • Duets 1 (2006)

With the String Trio of New York[edit]

As sideman[edit]

With Anthony Braxton

With Human Arts Ensemble

  • Junk Trap (Black Saint, 1978)
  • Live! Volume 1 (Circle, 1978)

With Susie Ibarra

  • Flower by Flower (Tzadik, 2002)

With Wadada Leo Smith

  • Lake Biwa (Tzadik, 2004)
  • Heart Reflections (Cuneiform, 2008)

With Kevin Norton

With BLOB

  • "Th Awakening" (2007) (with Ted Orr, Bill Bacon, Don Davis and Karl Berger)
  • "Halloween" (Clinical Archives 2008) (with Ted Orr and Harvey Sorgen)
  • "Quantum Fugue" (Lindy Editions 2008) (with Ted Orr and Harvey Sorgen)
  • "Earphonious Swamphony" (Innova Recordings 2009) (with Ted Orr,Harvey Sorgen, and Ralph Carney)
  • "You Can'y Get Ther From There" (Lindy Editions 2009) (with Ted Orr and Harvey Sorgen)
  • "A Night At The Opera" (2010) (with Ted Orr, Jake Sorgen, and Harvey Sorgen)
  • "Metalshop" (2010) (with Ted Orr and Harvey Sorgen)
  • "BLOB Goes To Mars" (2011) (with Ted Orr, Harvey Sorgen, Don Davis, and Mars Williams)
  • Third Ear" (2011) (with Ted Orr, Harvey Sorgen, and Curtis Bahn)
  • "Summer Shorts" (2012) (with Ted Orr and Harvey Sorgen)

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