Guy Hatton's PANTECHNICON is a suite of compositions for small electric jazz ensemble, and the group gathered to perform them.
The first performance took place at the Harrogate International Festival fringe in July 2010, and subsequently at the Grove Inn Jazz Club in Leeds in November 2010.
The CD of Guy Hatton's PANTECHNICON was released on September 5 2011, and features: Guy Hatton (guitar), Phil Meadows (alto & soprano saxophones, electronics), Graham Clark (electric violin), Dave Evans (keyboards), Roger Inniss (bass guitar) and Jose Williamson (drums). The album is also available as a digital download from iTunes, Amazon and other online stores.
"The best jazz gig in Harrogate since Wayne Shorter" Graham Chalmers, Fringe Festival Director.
"Full of imagination and melody." Harrogate Advertiser 23-07-2010
"Superb! Lots of ideas and textures and really strong melodies. Reminiscent of the very best jazz rock a la Colisseum, Brand X as well as very contemporary sounding." Reg Clegg, JET Collective.
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Posted on Friday, December 23 2011 | No CommentsGraham Chalmers reviews the album in the North Yorkshire press, December 16 2011: “…this modern jazz suite of eight, […]
Posted on Saturday, September 17 2011 | No CommentsThe video for ‘On Hill Cliffe’, the closing track on the album ‘Guy Hatton’s PANTECHNICON is to be featured video […]
Posted on Tuesday, September 06 2011 | No CommentsThe album of Guy Hatton’s PANTECHNICON is now live on CD Baby, available on CD and as a digital download!
Posted on Wednesday, August 17 2011 | No CommentsGuy Hatton’s PANTECHNICON perform ‘Six Four Eight Seven Four’ from the 2011 album ‘Guy Hatton’s PANTECHNICON’. Studio footage from Mutts […]
Posted on Thursday, August 04 2011 | No CommentsThe CDs of the Guy Hatton’s PANTECHNICON album were delivered today! It’ll be available on CD Baby from September 5 […]
Posted on Sunday, July 03 2011 | No CommentsThe album of Guy Hatton’s PANTECHNICON is beginning to appear in online stores – see the screenshot above from Amazon.co.uk. […]