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Jimmy Harry

Jimmy Harry
Born San Diego, California, United States
Origin United States
Genres Alternative rock
Pop
Dance pop
Electronic
Years active 1993-Present
Website

Jimmy Harry is an American Golden Globe winning songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist who currently resides in Los Angeles, California.  Harry has worked with artists such as Madonna, Pink, Weezer, Kylie Minogue, Kelly Clarkson, Fisher Spooner, Oh Land, and Santana.[1]  Recognized at the 2012 Golden Globes by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, he won "Best Original Song" with Madonna and Julie Frost for the song "Masterpiece".[2] In 2010 his production of Pink's "Sober" was nominated for a Grammy for "Best Female Pop Vocal Performance",[3] and he also wrote and produced "Funhouse", the title track of her release nominated in the category "Best Pop Album".[3]

Producer and songwriter discography

Year Artist Album Track(s) Credit(s)
2013 Hedley Wild Life (Universal) "Almost Over" writing, production, multiple instruments
2013 Girl Radical Don't Get Me Wrong Single (Star Colony) "Don't Get Me Wrong" writing, production, multiple instruments
2013 Diane Birch Speak a Little Louder (S-Curve) "Love And War" writing
2013 Matt Cardle Porcelain "When You Were My Girl" writing
2013 Diana Vickers Music To Make Boys Cry (So Recordings) "Mr Postman" writing, production, multiple instruments
2013 Oh Land Wishbone (Federal Prism) "Pyromaniac" writing
2013 Anna F DNA (single) (Universal) "DNA" writing
2012 Madonna "W.E." Soundtrack "Masterpiece" writing, production, multiple instruments
2011 Dia Frampton The Red Album (Universal) "Walkaway" writing
2011 Zowie Smash It (Sony) "Smash It" writing, production, multiple instruments
2011 Oh Land Oh Land (Epic) "Sun Of A Gun" writing
2011 Jessie and the Toy Boys Jessie and the Toy Boys (Prospect Park) "Push It", "Valentine" writing, production, multiple instruments
2011 Miho Fukuhara The Soul Extreme EP (Sony) "Starlight" writing, production, multiple instruments
2010 Pink Greatest Hits... So Far!!! (La Face) "Funhouse" writing, production, multiple instruments
2010 Pink Greatest Hits... So Far!!! (La Face) "Sober" production, multiple instruments
2010 Miho Fukuhara Regrets Of Love (Sony) "Forget" writing, production, multiple instruments
2010 Weezer Hurley (Epitaph) "Smart Girls" writing, multiple instruments
2010 Belinda Carpe Diem (Capitol) "Egoista", "Gaia", "Lolita", "Maldita Suerte" writing, production, multiple instruments
2010 Vita Chambers The Get Go (Universal/Motown) "Like Boom", "The Get Go" writing, production, multiple instruments
2010 Operator Please Gloves (Brill Records/EMI) "Gloves" mixing, production
2009 Mozella Belle Isle (Universal/Motown) "Luvsik", "Manhattan" writing, production, multiple instruments
2009 The Dares Two Left Feet - EP (Sony) "Two Left Feet" writing
2009 Amy Pearson Butterfingers (Sony) "Butterfingers" writing, production, multiple instruments
2009 Vita Chambers Like Boom (Universal/Motown) "Like Boom" writing, production, multiple instruments
2009 All Time Low Jennifer's Body Soundtrack (Fueled By Ramen) "Toxic Valentine" writing
2009 Days Difference Days Difference (Universal/Motown) "Are You Happy" writing, production, multiple instruments
2009 Natalie Bassingthwaighte 1000 Stars (Sony) "This Can't Be Love" writing, production, multiple instruments
2009 The Stunners Bubblegum (Sony) "Bubblegum" writing, production, multiple instruments
2009 Kylie Minogue Boombox (Parlophone) "Boombox" writing, production, multiple instruments
2008 Pink Funhouse (Jive) "Funhouse" writing, production, multiple instruments
2008 Pink Funhouse (Jive) "Sober" production, multiple instruments
2008 David Archuleta David Archuleta (Jive) "Don't Let Go" writing, production, multiple instruments
2008 Amie Miriello I Came Around (Jive) "I'd Hate You" writing, production, multiple instruments
2006 Stefy The Orange Album (Wind-Up Records) "Chelsea", "Hey Schoolboy", multiple tracks writing, production, multiple instruments
2006 Rin' Inland Sea (Avex) multiple tracks writing, production, multiple instruments
2006 Kristy Frank Freedom (Ruff Nation) "Lift Off", "Bittersweet 16", "Quicksand" writing, production, multiple instruments
2006 Lisa Loeb The Very Best Of Lisa Loeb (Geffen) "Single Me Out" writing, production, multiple instruments
2006 Belinda Utopia (EMI) "See A Little Light", "Luz Sin Gravedad", "Good Good" writing, production, multiple instruments
2005 Fischerspooner Odyssey (Capitol) "We Need A War" writing
2005 Sarah Bettens Scream (Hybrid) "Come Over Here" writing
2005 Marion Raven Here I Am (Atlantic) Crawl writing
2005 Santana All That I Am "Cry Baby Cry" (Arista) writing
2005 Skye Sweetnam Noise From The Basement (Capitol) "Tangled Up In Me" writing
2004 Kelly Clarkson Breakaway (RCA) "I Hate Myself For Losing You" writing
2004 Clay Aiken Measure Of A Man (RCA) "No More Sad Songs" writing
2004 Ryan Cabrera Take It All Away (Atlantic) "True", "Echo Park", "Exit To Exit" writing
2003 Britney Spears In The Zone (Jive) "Touch Of My Hand" writing, production, multiple instruments
2003 Kelly Clarkson Thankful (RCA) "Low" writing
2002 Felix da Housecat vs. Pop Tarts Party Monster Soundtrack (Sony) Money, Success, Fame, Glamour writing, production, multiple instruments
2001 Krystal Harris The Princess Diaries Soundtrack "SuperGirl" writing, production, multiple instruments
2000 Doro Calling The Wild (Koch) "Terrorvision", "I Wanna Live", "Scarred" writing, production, multiple instruments
1999 Lotus Lotus multiple tracks writing, production, multiple instruments
1999 Doro Love Me In Black (Warner Brothers) Example writing, production, multiple instruments
1996 Whorgasm Smothered (Rawkus) all tracks writing, production, multiple instruments
1994 Kylie Minogue Kylie Minogue (BMG) "Put Yourself In My Place", "If I Was Your Lover" writing, production, multiple instruments
1993 RuPaul Supermodel Of The World (Tommy Boy) "Supermodel", "Black To My Roots", "House Of Love", "Supernatural", "All Of A Sudden", "Stinky Dinky", "Free Your Mind" writing, production, multiple instruments

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