Philip Catherine

Jazz at Berlin Philharmonic XI: The Last Call - CD

  • Format: CD (also available as Vinyl )
  • Cat No.: ACT 9929-2
  • Barcode: 614427992925
  • German Release: 19/02/2021
  • Genre: Guitar Jazz, Jazz

The two guitar icons Larry Coryell and Philip Catherine have a long history and a close musical affinity, despite their different influences on this and the other side of the Atlantic. Recorded on January 27, 2017 as part of the "Jazz at Berlin Philharmonic" series, "The Last Call" is the last recording of Larry Coryell, who passed away four weeks later on February 19, 2017. And an echo of a very special relationship between two very great guitarists, full of creative compatibility, enthusiasm and deep mutual understanding.

CD € 14,00 (OP: € 17,50)

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The wheel has come full circle with the album “Last Call”, featuring the duo of Larry Coryell and Philip Catherine. This live recording from the Philharmonie in Berlin captures the culmination of an evening under the banner “Art of Duo” in Siggi Loch’s “Jazz at Berlin Philharmonic” series.After four decades, it marks the two guitarists’ return to the scene of one of their very first major triumphs. In 1976 they appeared as part of the band 11th House at the Berliner Jazztage at the same venue, but it was the moment when just the two of them stepped forward and performed as a duo which the “Die Zeit”’s critic hailed as possibly the high point of the whole festival. It was a decisive step in what would become a highly successful collaboration.Coryell and Catherine subsequently made two superb studio albums: “Twin House” (Atlantic, 1977),...

line up

Larry Coryell / guitar
Philip Catherine / guitar
Jan Lundgren / piano
Lars Danielsson / bass
Paolo Fresu / trumpet


Recording Information

In memory of Larry Coryell (1943-2017), his last concert

Recorded live in concert by Klaus Scheuermann
at the Philharmonie Berlin (KMS), January 24, 2017
Mixed and mastered by Klaus Scheuermann

Curated and produced by Siggi Loch

Cover art based and inspired by a work of Alain Biltereyst (Original: ACT Art Collection)