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Marc Johnson: Sweet Tone for Sweet Tunes

By Published: December 19, 2005
Marc Johnson, Shades of Jade (ECM, 2005)
John Abercrombie Quartet, Class Trip (ECM, 2004)
John Taylor, Rosslyn (ECM, 2003)
Eliane Elias, Brazilian Classics (Blue Note, 2003)
Enrico Pieranunzi/Marc Johnson/Joey Baron, Plays Morricone (CamJazz, 2002)
John Abercrombie Quartet, Cat 'n' Mouse (ECM, 2002)
Enrico Pieranunzi, Jazz Roads (CamJazz, 2001)
Bill Evans Trio, Last Waltz, The Final Recordings Live (Milestone, 2000)
Marc Johnson/Eric Longsworth, If Trees Could Fly (Intuition, 1999)
Vince Mendoza, Epiphany (Zebra, 1999)
Marc Johnson, Sound of Summer Running (Verve, 1997)
Dino Saluzzi, Cité de la Musique (ECM, 1997)
Pat Martino, Night Wings (Muse, 1996)
Ralph Towner, Lost and Found (ECM, 1995)
Marc Johnson, Right Brain Patrol (JMT, 1993)
Lyle Mays, Fictionary (Geffen, 1992)
Peter Erskine, Sweet Soul (Novus, 1991)
Marc Johnson, 2 X 4 (Verve, 1991)
John Scofield, Meant to Be (Blue Note, 1990)
Paul Motian, Bill Evans (JMT, 1990)
Gary Burton, Times Like These (GRP, 1988)
Marc Johnson's Bass Desires, Second Sight (ECM, 1987)
Lyle Mays, Lyle Mays (Geffen, 1985)
John Abercrombie, Current Events (ECM, 1985)
Marc Johnson, Bass Desires (ECM, 1985)
Stan Getz Quartet, Live in Paris (Dreyfus, 1982)
Bill Evans, We Will Meet Again (Warner Brothers, 1979)
Woody Herman, Road Father (Century, 1978)

Photo Credits:
Top Photo: Jos L. Knaepen
All other photos: Robert Lewis
Note: Group Photo (Left to Right): John Scofield, Alain Mallet (standing), Eliane Elias, Joey Baron, Marc Johnson, Joe Lovano



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