Lennart Ginman

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Lennart Ginman (born March 1960) is a Danish bassist, composer and music producer. He has cooperated with artists like Steen Jørgensen, lead singer of Sort Sol in two joint albums, Kirk Lightsey, an American jazz pianist with a joint album.

He is part of the trio GinmanBlachmanDahl made up of him on bass, Thomas Blachman on drums and Carsten Dahl on piano. The trio released two albums in 2003 and 2004.

Discography[edit]

Albums
Year Album title Credited to
1988 Beatin' Bop
1990 1991 Kirk Lightsey & Lennart Ginman
1991 Live at Ronnie Scotts
1998 Ginman/Jørgensen Steen Jørgensen & Lennart Ginman
2000 Snedronningen Steen Jørgensen & Lennart Ginman
2003 GinmanBlachmanDahl: The library bar concerts Lennart Ginman, Thomas Blachman, Carsten Dahl
2004 GinmanBlachmanDahl Lennart Ginman, Thomas Blachman, Carsten Dahl
2007 Deep
2014 The Color of Dark Lennart Ginman & Eivør Pálsdóttir (album credited to Ginman/Eivør)

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • 1991 - Won the Danish Music Awards, for playing bass: Thomas Blachman & the X-traditional Values, “Love Boat”
  • 1995 - Won the Danish Music Awards, for playing bass: Jen Winther’s Quartet, “The Planets”
  • 1995 - Won the Jasa Prize (givet af Danmark’s jazz journalistser og kritikere).
  • 1999 - Won the Danish Music Awards in the category “Danish Producer of the Year” (Lennart Ginman)
  • 1999 - Won the Danish Music Awards in the category “Danish Album of the Year” (Ginman/Jørgensen)
  • 1999 - The album “Ginman/Jørgensen” received several recognitions, i.e. it was chosen to be Danish Album of the Year by four Danish new papers and by the Danish music magazine Gaffa.
  • 2002 - Icelandic Grammy together with Sigurdur Flosason, “Stairway To The Stars”
  • 2008 - Nominated the Steppeulv Award in the category “Musician of the Year”
  • 2008 - Received 3-year grant from Statens Kunstfond
  • 2009 - Won the Danish Ben Webster Prize[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ben Webster Prisen | JazzDanmark" (in Danish). Jazzdanmark.dk. Retrieved 2015-08-25. 

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