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Philip Catherine

Philip Catherine
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Belgium
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Philip Catherine is a Belgian jazz guitarist who was born October 27, 1942 in London, England. Coming from a musical family (his grandfather was first violin with the London Symphony Orchestra), he developed a musical ear from an early age. He took up the guitar after having heard George Brassens, and then started listening to all the great jazzmen of the period. Very soon he had the opportunity to meet some of them, and often play with them when they were performing in Belgium where his family had moved to by then.
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Releases on file (14)
Robert Wyatt — EPs Robert Wyatt — EPs
(Hannibal HNCD 1440, 1999, 4CD)
Robert Wyatt — Shleep Robert Wyatt — Shleep
(Thirsty Ear thi 57040.2, 1997, CD)
Catherine / Escoude / Lockwood — Trio Catherine / Escoude / Lockwood — Trio
(JMS 031-2, 1983, LP)
Michael Mantler — More Movies Michael Mantler — More Movies
(WATT/10, 1980, LP)
Coryell / Catherine — Splendid Coryell / Catherine — Splendid
(Wounded Bird WOU 153, 1978/2007, CD)
Larry Coryell / Alphonse Mouzon — Back Together Again Larry Coryell / Alphonse Mouzon — Back Together Again
(Wounded Bird WOU 8220, 1977/2002, CD)
Larry Coryell / Philip Catherine — Twin-House Larry Coryell / Philip Catherine — Twin-House
(Wounded Bird WOU 123, 1977/2007, CD)
Passport — Doldinger Jubilee '75 Passport — Doldinger Jubilee '75
(Wounded Bird WOU 8162, 1975/2001, CD)
Philip Catherine — Guitars Philip Catherine — Guitars
(Atlantic 50193, 1975, LP)
Charlie Mariano — Cascade Charlie Mariano — Cascade
(Zounds KT 444 054, 1974/1992, CD)
Philip Catherine — September Man Philip Catherine — September Man
(Atlantic 40 562, 1974, LP)
The Chris Hinze Combination — Sister Slick The Chris Hinze Combination — Sister Slick
(Columbia C 33363, 1974, LP)
Jean-Luc Ponty Experience — Open Strings Jean-Luc Ponty Experience — Open Strings
(Promising 441162 CD, 1972/2011, CD)
Philip Catherine — Stream Philip Catherine — Stream
(Warner Bros 46 149, 1972, LP)

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