|Birth name||Jonathan Peter Sharp|
|Also known as||Jonny Dollar|
|Born||February 20, 1964|
|Died||May 29, 2009|
Best known for his work on the Bristol collective Massive Attack's first album Blue Lines, on which he co-wrote the single Unfinished Sympathy, and credited as one of the main architects of the trip-hop genre. Amongst other works he produced Neneh Cherry's albums Raw Like Sushi, Homebrew and Man, Gabrielle's third album Rise and early remixes for Portishead; he also co-wrote the anti-racism song 7 Seconds featuring Youssou N'dour and Kylie Minogue's Confide In Me.
- Pierre Perrone (18 June 2009). "Jonny Dollar: Musician and producer whose work with Massive Attack pioneered the genre of trip hop". The Independent.
- Caroline Sullivan (19 June 2009). "Jonny Dollar: Inventive producer and the main architect of the trip-hop genre". The Guardian.
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