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Yep.

I've often been curious about the Liebman/Eskelin/Marino/Black group. Any one particularly better than the others?

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Santa Cruz - someone on this board who shall remain nameless allegedly had Santa Cruz for sale at Amazon marketplace.

I ordered it, received a shipping notice & then (oops) he didn't have it.

Rapid refund.

I'll believe the reissue when I see it.

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FWIW I think Dusty Groove has an inside line with WXU. Their early Hat Hut announcements have always come through.

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Does anyone have thoughts on the Taylor Ho Bynum, Joe Morris, Pandelis Karayorgis or Georg Graewe titles?

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Does anyone have thoughts on the Taylor Ho Bynum, Joe Morris, Pandelis Karayorgis or Georg Graewe titles?

The System of 5 recording by Karayorgis is excellent.

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InstantJazz have Anthony Braxton Quartet - (Santa Cruz) 1993 1st Set listed for sale

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Received this:

Dear Friend

4 new CDs ready to be shipped:


Steve Lacy : Shots

hatOLOGY 680 (first time as CD available !)
752156068020
Re-issue of Musica LP 3024.
The original LP release was awarded 1980 by
"L'Academie du Jazz, Grand Prix Avant Garde".


Ellery Eskelin : Solo Live At Snugs

hatOLOGY 731 (new release)
752156073123



Peter Brötzmann, Joe McPhee,
Kent Kessler,
Michael Zerang : Tales Out Of Time


hatOLOGY 733 (re-issue)
752156073321


Excerpts of reviews:
Quite patient in its approach, the quartet renders an amazing recording...
AAJ / Marc Corroto


This is an excellent album, certainly for anyone who enjoys the music of
either Brotz or McPhee. It is rooted in the blues, in ballads expressing a
deep mournfulness, but it is by no means traditional sounding. It does

lean more toward American free jazz than most European free improvisation.
It is more melodic and conventionally structured than many Brotzmann
recordings, based on themes rather than being totally free.
*****
– Autonomeus
on September 23, 2014



Herbert Distel : Travelogue
hatOLOGY 734 (new release)
752156073420
Die Reise (Yourney/Trip) and La Stazione (Rail Station)
are available as Rail Notes on hatOLOGY 2-594.


Thank you for your support.

Best regards,
Werner X. Uehlinger

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Received this:

Dear Friend

4 new CDs ready to be shipped:

Steve Lacy : Shots

hatOLOGY 680 (first time as CD available !)

752156068020

Re-issue of Musica LP 3024.

The original LP release was awarded 1980 by

"L'Academie du Jazz, Grand Prix Avant Garde".

Ellery Eskelin : Solo Live At Snugs

hatOLOGY 731 (new release)

752156073123

Peter Brötzmann, Joe McPhee,

Kent Kessler,

Michael Zerang : Tales Out Of Time

hatOLOGY 733 (re-issue)

752156073321

Excerpts of reviews:

Quite patient in its approach, the quartet renders an amazing recording...

AAJ / Marc Corroto

This is an excellent album, certainly for anyone who enjoys the music of

either Brotz or McPhee. It is rooted in the blues, in ballads expressing a

deep mournfulness, but it is by no means traditional sounding. It does

lean more toward American free jazz than most European free improvisation.

It is more melodic and conventionally structured than many Brotzmann

recordings, based on themes rather than being totally free.

*****

– Autonomeus

on September 23, 2014

Herbert Distel : Travelogue

hatOLOGY 734 (new release)

752156073420

Die Reise (Yourney/Trip) and La Stazione (Rail Station)

are available as Rail Notes on hatOLOGY 2-594.

Thank you for your support.

Best regards,

Werner X. Uehlinger

Thanks for posting. Nice surprise in there with Tales Out Of Time!

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Received this:

Dear Friend

4 new CDs ready to be shipped:

Steve Lacy : Shots

hatOLOGY 680 (first time as CD available !)

752156068020

Re-issue of Musica LP 3024.

The original LP release was awarded 1980 by

"L'Academie du Jazz, Grand Prix Avant Garde".

Ellery Eskelin : Solo Live At Snugs

hatOLOGY 731 (new release)

752156073123

Peter Brötzmann, Joe McPhee,

Kent Kessler,

Michael Zerang : Tales Out Of Time

hatOLOGY 733 (re-issue)

752156073321

Excerpts of reviews:

Quite patient in its approach, the quartet renders an amazing recording...

AAJ / Marc Corroto

This is an excellent album, certainly for anyone who enjoys the music of

either Brotz or McPhee. It is rooted in the blues, in ballads expressing a

deep mournfulness, but it is by no means traditional sounding. It does

lean more toward American free jazz than most European free improvisation.

It is more melodic and conventionally structured than many Brotzmann

recordings, based on themes rather than being totally free.

*****

– Autonomeus

on September 23, 2014

Herbert Distel : Travelogue

hatOLOGY 734 (new release)

752156073420

Die Reise (Yourney/Trip) and La Stazione (Rail Station)

are available as Rail Notes on hatOLOGY 2-594.

Thank you for your support.

Best regards,

Werner X. Uehlinger

Thanks for posting. Nice surprise in there with Tales Out Of Time!

Tales Out Of Time is excellent. PB at his most lyrical in places

Edited by mjazzg

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In spite of the moaning this label is keeping things alive. A welcome reissue for the Braxton/Lewis Donaueschingen duo is now slated, and what seems to be a previously unreleased Braxton solo, Bern 1984.

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In spite of the moaning this label is keeping things alive. A welcome reissue for the Braxton/Lewis Donaueschingen duo is now slated, and what seems to be a previously unreleased Braxton solo, Bern 1984.

No doubt in the same retarded digipaks that completely scratch up the discs. Do you store your Hat CDs inside those foldouts? If so, take a few out, inspect under direct lamplight, and weep, or moan if you prefer.

Years of promises without an actual reissue of said albums seeing the light of day is a fact. A tentative start to deliver on old promises is what we are seeing here. Swift reissues of Garden and Santa Cruz parts 2 would go a long way towards building confidence.

Edited by erwbol

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In spite of the moaning this label is keeping things alive. A welcome reissue for the Braxton/Lewis Donaueschingen duo is now slated, and what seems to be a previously unreleased Braxton solo, Bern 1984.

I never really understand the negativity towards this label. A small independent releasing good music on a semi-regular basis. We all have frustrations about reissue programmes but let's remember if it hadn't been recorded in the first instance it wouldn't even be on the reissue agenda. I don't see any of the naysayers getting out there and recording new music themselves either

good to hear Braxton/Lewis is on its way. I'll enjoy that one

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Can't wait to pick up Steve Lacy's Shots.

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Shots is already up for pre-order on amazon uk, as is Tales Out Of Time, and the Eskelin, Distel, Von Orelli, and (earlier) Wintsch titles.

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Comeback of hatART LPs in limited edition!
Sun Ra: Sunrise In Different Dimensions hatART 2101

Planned release end of October 2015.

This upcoming edition of 2 LPs will be available in the original
hatART LP packaging of the 1980's:
2 audiophile LPs + 4 postcards packed in triplecardboard.
The LP edition includes 3 additional tracks not available on CD!

The set will, except the USA, only be available for direct orders
through internet from Hat Hut Records.

Price:
–     EUR 50.00 for Europe + Euro 15.00 postage
–     USD 50.00 for overseas destinations + US$ 19.00 postage
 
USA: Squidco will make this set available.
http://www.squidco.com/c.cgi?c=UPCOMING

Place your advance order now from Hat Hut Records.
10 % discount for payments by PayPa, namely
EUR 57.60 for Europe, USD 62.10 for overseas destinations, postage included
.

Best regards,
Werner X. Uehlinger


Hat Hut Records LTD.

 

Edited by Adam

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Amazon uk now lists the second volumes (Apple want me to say 'voles') of Garden and Santa Cruz, with a 20 November release date.

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Amazon uk now lists the second volumes (Apple want me to say 'voles') of Garden and Santa Cruz, with a 20 November release date.

That's good.

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Amazon uk now lists the second volumes (Apple want me to say 'voles') of Garden and Santa Cruz, with a 20 November release date.

Thumbs up! Oh yes! Finally! :)

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The future releases page at Hat has now shifted around a little. Braxton Willisau is slated to arrive in FOUR instalments.  Ayler/Cherry European Radio Recordings is new to me. Couple other things might float some boats. 

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If the Ayler/Cherry radio recordings CD is the same Ayler/Cherry music that was in the Revenant Ayler box, that is some absolutely wonderful music.  A must-hear.

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Thanks, John. I guess it might be, and I haven't heard the box.

As for selling previous 2 and 4 CD sets as singles, I think it 's a good idea. I am pleased that it worked for Santa Cruz and Garden. This music is all on the streaming services and in any case people can carpe diem it. So CDs now are for people who can and do pay, because they simply want the hard copy and/or because they rightly see purchasing recordings as a form of sponsorship. We wanted to see this stuff back on the shelf in Ray's Jazz - and it is.

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