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For other people of the same name, see Philip Johnston. Phillip Johnston (b. January 22, 1955, Chicago) is an American avant-garde jazz composer and saxophonist. Johnston first gained notice working on the underground music scene of New York City in the 1980s. Among those he collaborated with are John Zorn, Eugene Chadbourne, Elliott Sharp, Wayne Horvitz, Butch Morris, and The DB's. Alongside this, he has done several commissions for theater and dance pieces, and has done film scores for Doris Dorrie, Philip Haas, and Paul Mazursky. He co-founded The Microscopic Septet, a group which dissolved in 1992, after this he founded the ensemble Big Trouble, who recorded for Black Saint Records. Later in the 1990s he recorded with his own Transparent Quartet. Discography Phillip Johnston's Big Trouble (Black Saint Records, 1992) The Unknown (Avant Records, 1994) Flood at the Ant Farm (Black Saint, 1995) Music for Films (Tzadik Records, 1998) The Needless Kiss (Koch Records, 1998) The Merry Frolics of Satan: The Georges Melies Project (Koch, 1999) Normalology (Koch, 2001) Rub Me the Wrong Way (Innova, 2004) Page of Madness (Asynchronous, 2009) References Jason Ankeny, Phillip Johnston at Allmusic Persondata Name Johnston, Phillip Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1955 Place of birth Date of death Place of death