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Devouring the Guilt (Bill Harris / Gerrit Hatcher / Eli Namay): Not To Want To Say
Devouring the Guilt (Bill Harris / Gerrit Hatcher / Eli Namay):
Not To Want To Say

(Kettle Hole Records -- USA )


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Releasing their first album in 2017, the collective trio of Chicago improvisers Bill Harris on drums, Gerrit Hatcher on tenor saxophone and Eli Namay on bass (now based in Pittsburgh), this third release is their first studio album, in two long-form improvisations that work on a spontaneous canvas of edgy contemplation and assertive conversation.

Magill, Rob: Blues Etudes <i>[Used Item]</i>
Magill, Rob:
Blues Etudes [Used Item]

(Kettle Hole Records -- USA )


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A series of reed and wind improvisations, including two pieces with electronics, from Southern California composer and improviser Rob Magill, each of the 9 tracks on this album focusing on a different instrument: alto saxophone, soprano saxpohone, clarinet, flute, bass clarinet, bass recorder, sheng and tenor saxophone, plus a multi-instrumental "misc".

Superposition (Todd A. Carter / Michael Hartman): Glaciers
Superposition (Todd A. Carter / Michael Hartman):
Glaciers

(Kettle Hole Records -- USA )


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Members of the Chicago free improvising, collaborative band TV Pow--Todd A. Carter and Michael Hartman--as a duo are Superposition, recording improvisations and composed improvisations primarily on piano, Rhodes, organ, and synthesizers, then mixing, adding and editing them into appealing tracks that merge electronics, jazz forms and soundscape.

Near Miss (MacGill / Hatcher / Harris): The Natural Regimen
Near Miss (MacGill / Hatcher / Harris):
The Natural Regimen

(Kettle Hole Records -- USA )


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An often raucous and always informed debut from the dual reed & drums Chicago trio Near Miss of Rob Magill on tenor & soprano sax and bass clarinet, Gerrit Hatcher on tenor sax and Bill Harris on drums, Magill and Hatcher having collaborated previously on Triplet Fawns with Patrick Shiroishi, and Whole Abandoned Star, while Hatcher & Harris are a part of Devouring the Guilt.

Hatcher, Gerrit: Solo Five
Hatcher, Gerrit:
Solo Five

(Kettle Hole Records -- USA )


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An intimate set of solo expressions from Chicago tenor saxophonist and Kettle Hole label-leader Gerrit Hatcher, seven improvisations recorded in the studio that bring together the soloist's interests in free jazz, lyrical playing and intricate technical passages on the sax, infused with a sense of whimsy alongside serious concentrative playing.

Jackson, Keefe / Jim Baker / Julian Kirshner: Routines
Jackson, Keefe / Jim Baker / Julian Kirshner:
Routines

(Kettle Hole Records -- USA )


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Three leaders in the Chicago free improv scene--Keefe Jackson on tenor & sopranino saxophones, Jim Baker on piano & synthesizer and Julian Kirshner on drums--in a collective album of concentrative conversation, a group of equals that function together through close listening and interactive support in expressive playing that leaves ego out of the equation.

Magill, Rob: Blues Etudes
Magill, Rob:
Blues Etudes

(Kettle Hole Records -- USA )


Price: $12.95    




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A series of reed and wind improvisations, including two pieces with electronics, from Southern California composer and improviser Rob Magill, each of the 9 tracks on this album focusing on a different instrument: alto saxophone, soprano saxpohone, clarinet, flute, bass clarinet, bass recorder, sheng and tenor saxophone, plus a multi-instrumental "misc".

Hatcher / Maunu / Kirshner: Live at Splice Series
Hatcher / Maunu / Kirshner:
Live at Splice Series

(Kettle Hole Records -- USA )


Price: $12.95    




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A trio of younger generation Chicago free improvisers from Gerrit Hatcher on tenor saxophone, Peter Maunu on guitar, violin & mandolin and Julian Kirshner on drums, performing at The Beat Kitchen as part of the Live at Splice Series, in two recordings from contemplative and darkly spacious to kinetically energetic, released in a limited edition CD.

Magill / Hatcher / Kirchen / Kirshner: Whole Abandoned Star
Magill / Hatcher / Kirchen / Kirshner:
Whole Abandoned Star

(Kettle Hole Records -- USA )


Price: $9.95    




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A live concert of collective free improvisation captured at Elastic Arts in Chicago in 2018 between Rob Magill on tenor & soprano saxophones, Gerrit Hatcher on tenor saxophone, Charlie Kirchen on bass, and Julian Kirshner on drums, an energetic and diverse concert in three conversations that allow for great discourse and extended soloing; numbered edition of 150 copies.

Hatcher, Gerrit: Knowledge About The Future
Hatcher, Gerrit:
Knowledge About The Future

(Kettle Hole Records -- USA )


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Chicago-based tenor saxophonist, improviser, and composer Gerrit Hatcher (Devouring the Guilt, duos with Anton Hatwich, duos with Julian Kirshner) in a solo album of seven succinct statements, diverse expressions from scrabbling determination to pensive reflection, all informed by masterful skills that add nuance and intrigue to each track.

Devouring the Guilt (Gerrit Hatcher / Bill Harris / Eli Namay): Prison Planet
Devouring the Guilt (Gerrit Hatcher / Bill Harris / Eli Namay):
Prison Planet

(Kettle Hole Records -- USA )


Price: $9.95    




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The Chicago collective trio of tenor saxophonist Gerrit Hatcher, Lebanese bassist Eli Namay and drummer/percussionist Bill Harris are captured live at Chicago's The Whistler in the summer of 2019 for two extended and exploratory improvisations, showing both technical mastery and a curiosity for new modes of expression through inspired and intuitive conversation.

Hatcher, Gerrit / Rob Magill / Patrick Shiroishi: Triplet Fawns
Hatcher, Gerrit / Rob Magill / Patrick Shiroishi:
Triplet Fawns

(Kettle Hole Records -- USA )


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Chicago saxophonist and Kettle Hole label leader Gerrit Hatcher joins with West Coast saxophonists Rob Magill (Weird Cry Records, Dreamcolour) and Japanese saxophonist based in Los Angeles Patrick Shiroishi, for five collective free improvisations of informed saxophone interaction; three approaches to the horn that complement and contrast in fascinating ways.

Hatcher, Gerrit Group (Hather / Ernst / Gay / Jackson / Kirshner): The Good Instinct of the Morning
Hatcher, Gerrit Group (Hather / Ernst / Gay / Jackson / Kirshner):
The Good Instinct of the Morning

(Kettle Hole Records -- USA )


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The first album as a bandleader from Chicago tenor saxophonist Gerrit Hatcher in a full quintet of well-known Chicago improvisers -- cornetist Ben LaMar Gay, tenor saxophonist Keefe Jackson, bassist Katie Ernst, and drummer Julian Kirshner -- in an album that would fit well in the ESP/Ayler free-jazz mode, tipped off by a cover of Charles Tyler's "Man Alone".

Hatcher, Gerrit: Burnt Pan Rolling Boil
Hatcher, Gerrit:
Burnt Pan Rolling Boil

(Kettle Hole Records -- USA )


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Chicago saxophonist Gerrit Hatcher sees his solo saxophone performances as a format that can be both charismatic and alienating in to the listener, as he uses extreme technique and powerful streams of emotional playing in a set of improvisations: "Salt Dome" parts 1-3, and "Cooking Fuel", each wrought with frailty and bluster; impressive work.



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