James Emory Garrison was an American jazz double bassist. He is best remembered for his association with John Coltrane from 1961 to 1967.
|Birth name:||James Emory Garrison|
|Born:||March 3, 1934, Americus, Georgia, United States|
|Died:||April 7, 1976, New York City, New York|
|Genres:||Jazz, modal jazz, free jazz, hard bop, post-bop|
|Associated acts:||John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, Alice Coltrane, Pharoah Sanders|
About Jimmy Garrison
Longtime double bassist for John Coltrane from 1961 to 1967 who appeared on the album A Love Supreme.
Jimmy Garrison Before Fame
He joined Coltrane's quartet in 1962.
Achievement of Jimmy Garrison
He worked with Ornette Coleman for many years, recording with him on Ornette on Tenor and Art of the Improvisers.
Jimmy Garrison Family Life
He raised three children, all of whom have gone on to be artists.
Associations of Jimmy Garrison
He and Elvin Jones collaborated with Ornette Coleman for many years, including on New York is Now and Love Call.
Information related to Jimmy Garrison
- Post-bop jazz musicians
- 20th-century double-bassists
- Musicians from Miami
- Wesleyan University faculty
- American jazz double-bassists