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Hatcher, Gerrit: Knowledge About The Future

Label: Kettle Hole Records
Product Code: 30051
Catalog Code: KTHL 005
Country: USA
 
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A series of concise solo statements from Chicago tenor saxophonist Gerrit Hatcher, recorded on Washington Lagoon in 2020, showing both his technical skills and an ardent approach to the saxophone, playing clearly in the free jazz idiom with a ruminative approach that balances aggressive transitions with a penchant towards unusual melodic runs.


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

Label: Kettle Hole Records
Product Code: 30050
Catalog Code: KTHL 004
Country: USA
 
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Hatcher, Gerrit / Rob Magill / Patrick Shiroishi: Triplet Fawns

Label: Kettle Hole Records
Product Code: 30049
Catalog Code: KTHL 003
Country: USA
 
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Hatcher, Gerrit Group (Hather / Ernst / Gay / Jackson / Kirshner): The Good Instinct of the Morning

Label: Kettle Hole Records
Product Code: 30048
Catalog Code: KTHL 002
Country: USA
 
Price: $9.95



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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

Label: Kettle Hole Records
Product Code: 27862
Catalog Code: KTHL001
Country: USA
 
Price: $13.95



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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.