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PHILIP CATHERINE plays COLE PORTER by Philip Catherine
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Philip Catherine

Label: Challenge Records
Released: 2011
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Track Listing

1 I Concentrate On You 05:39 2 So In Love 05:28 3 Why Can't You Behave 05:02 4 Dream Dancing 04:55 5 From This Moment On 03:57 6 Get Out Of Town 06:05 7 Let's Do It, Let's Fall In Love 06:08 8 You Do Something To Me 04:41 9 In The Still Of The Night 03:59 10 It's De-Lovely 05:18 11 Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye 04:59


Additional Personnel / Information

Philip Catherine (guitar), Karel Boehlee (piano), Philippe Aerts (double bass) , Martijn Vink (drums)

Album Description About the album: John Kelman of Allaboutjazz wrote about Catherine: "Catherine [has the] ability to reference traditional markers from Reinhardt to Wes Montgomery, while sounding like nobody but himself." This pure musician releases his touching vision of Cole Porter on Challenge Jazz with "The Cole Porter Songbook". "The beauty of a wonderful and seasoned musician like Philip is the fact that anything he plays will have a strong flavor and character. Philip's unique sound is always recognizable, deeply expressive and so very personal. By surrendering to the tune, by simply trying to give the honest rendition of these timeless songs, Philip proved himself to be a great singer. For me making this album was a wonderful experience." - producer Hein Van de Geyn


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