|Birth name||Lars Danielsson|
September 5, 1958|
|Occupation(s)||Bassist, Composer, Record producer|
|Instruments||Cello, Double bass , Electric upright bass|
Lars Danielsson was educated at the music conservatory in Gothenburg. He plays double bass, electric bass and cello. In 1985, he formed a quartet with saxophonist Dave Liebman, pianist Bobo Stenson and drummer Jon Christensen that sometimes used Danielsson's name, producing several albums. He also worked with big bands.
He played and recorded with, among others, John Scofield, Jack DeJohnette, Mike Stern, Billy Hart, Charles Lloyd, Terri Lyne Carrington, Leszek Możdżer, Joey Calderazzo, Gino Vannelli and Dave Kikoski.
Since 1980, he has released eight solo albums with the Lars Danielssons Quartet. In these albums, Alex Acuña, John Abercrombie, Bill Evans, Kenny Wheeler, Rick Margitza and Niels Lan Doky were featured.
As a producer, Danielsson has been responsible for productions with Cæcilie Norby and the Danish radio orchestra among others.
Also appears on
- Beginner's Guide to Scandinavia (3CD, Nascente 2011)
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