Mads Vinding

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Mads Vinding
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Background information
Born (1948-12-07)December 7, 1948
Copenhagen, Denmark
Genres Jazz, classical
Occupation(s) Musician, composer
Instruments Double bass
Years active 1960s–present
Labels Sonet, Stunt
Associated acts Hank Jones, Thomas Clausen
Website www.vinding.dk

Mads Vinding (born 7 December 1948, Copenhagen, Denmark) is a Danish jazz double-bassist.

Music career[edit]

Vinding began his professional career when he was 16 as the house bassist for Café Montmartre, a jazz club in Copenhagen. He has played on more than 600 recordings.

Awards[edit]

  • Best soloist, Nordring, 1978
  • Ben Webster Prize, 1982
  • Palæ Jazz Prize, 1997
  • Launy Grøndahl's honorary prize, 2000
  • Django D'or, 2007

Gallery[edit]

Discography[edit]

  • Mads Vinding Group (Cosmos Collector, 1977)
  • The Kingdom (Stunt, 1998)
  • Daddio Don (Stunt, 2000)
  • Six Hands Three Minds One Heart (Stunt, 2002)
  • Over the Rainbow (Cope, 2002)
  • Two Basses (ZYX/Touche/Weaving, 2005)
  • Abrikostræet (Calibrated, 2005)
  • In Our Own Sweet Way (Storyville, 2009)
  • Open Minds (Storyville, 2011)
  • Composing (Storyville, 2015)[1]
  • Yesterdays (Stunt, 2017)

As sideman[edit]

With Yelena Eckemoff

With Kenny Drew

With Art Farmer

With Johnny Griffin

With Hank Jones

  • Trio (Storyville, 1991)
  • Hank Jones in Copenhagen, Live at Jazzhus Slukefter, 1983; Shelly Manne, drums
   * With Duke Jordan

With Doug Raney

With Idrees Sulieman

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mads Vinding". AllMusic. Retrieved 23 December 2016. 

External links[edit]