|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Guidum||13||Audio||1994||101 South Records|
|4||Live At The Baked Potato 2000||12||Audio||2001||LMNOP Music|
|5||Queridos Amigos (Dear Friends)||11||Audio||Producciones Fonograficas, S.A. De C.V.|
|6||Laboriel Mathieson||9||Audio||2001||LMNOP Music|
|7||Another Night At The Baked Potato 2005||10||Audio||2005||LMNOP Music|
Bassist, born July 17, 1947 in Mexico City. Founder of the band [a=Koinonia].
Received his earliest musical training from his father, a guitarist and composer. His first recording was at age 10 as part of a "rock and roll" group called [a=Los Traviesos]. After performing in Mexico through his teen years as both a musician and an actor, he moved to Boston where he earned a Bachelor of Music degree in Composition from the Berklee School of Music in 1972. During that time he recorded with faculty member, vibraphonist [a=Gary Burton]. He traveled with [a=Johnny Mathis], [a=Michel Legrand], and [a=Henry Mancini] and moved to Los Angeles in 1976 to begin a very diverse and fruitful studio recording career.
He has performed and recorded with many jazz artists including [a=George Benson], [a=Larry Carlton], [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Crusaders%2C+The]The Crusaders[/url], [a=Ella Fitzgerald], [a=Dave Grusin], [a=Herbie Hancock], [a=Freddie Hubbard], [a=Al Jarreau], [a=John Klemmer], [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Manhattan+Transfer%2C+The]Manhattan Transfer[/url], [a=Joe Pass], [a=Joe Sample], [a=Lalo Shifrin], [a=Diane Schuur], [a8284], and [a=Joe Zawinul]. He recorded with [a=Lee Ritenour], [a=Ernie Watts], and [a=Alex Acuña] in a band called [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Friendship+(3)]Friendship[/url] and has continued to record and travel with [url=http://www.discogs.com/artist/Lee+Ritenour]Lee[/url] and [a=Dave Grusin] for [l=GRP Records]. He also has been much in demand for work with artists like [a=Lionel Richie], [a=Quincy Jones], [a=Jeffrey Osborne], [a=Chaka Khan], [a=Robbie Robertson], [a=Kenny Rogers], [a=Kenny Loggins], [a=Ruben Blades] and countless others. He was in fact voted by his peers in the LA Chapter of NARAS as the "Most Valuable Player" in the Bass chair for the three years in a row, joining [a=Ray Brown] and [a=Chuck Domanico] in that honor.