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Catalysis

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: M.D.A.; For the Sake of...; Breach; Whys and Wherefores; Undercurrents; Waiting; Catalysis; Fine.

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Phil Markowitz: Catalysis

Read "Catalysis" reviewed by Ken Dryden

Phil Markowitz has been on the jazz scene for several decades, though the veteran pianist is more widely known to many jazz fans as a sideman than as a leader, having worked with Chet Baker, Bob Mintzer, Dave Liebman, Jack Wilkins, Al Di Meola and many others. But Markowitz has written a number of impressive compositions ...

Catalysis

Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: M.D.A.; For the Sake of

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Phil Markowitz: Catalysis

Read "Catalysis" reviewed by John Barron

Veteran pianist Phil Markowitz has built an impressive resume over the last thirty years, performing with the likes of Chet Baker, Toots Thielemans, Bob Mintzer and David Liebman. On Catalysis, Markowitz leads the way with an outstanding acoustic trio featuring eight of his original compositons. The trio is rounded out by bassist Jay Anderson and drummer ...

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Phil Markowitz: Catalysis

Read "Catalysis" reviewed by John Kelman

With so many artists striving for attention, it's often easy to overlook those who have devoted their lives to music, known amongst musician circles as players of great depth while remaining largely below the radar. His discography as a leader may be small, but Phil Markowitz has, for the past three decades, been the pianist of ...


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