Hat Hut Records

Box 521
Basel, Switzerland
ph. +41.61.373.0773
em. [email protected]

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Basel Berne Zurich

Hat Hut Records Hathut Records is a Swiss record company and label founded by Werner Xavier Uehlinger in 1974 that specializes in jazz and classical music. The name of the label comes from the artwork of Klaus Baumgartner. Hathut encompasses the labels hat ART, hatOLOGY, and hat NOIR.

The label's first releases were by Joe McPhee. Its roster includes Ray Anderson, Anthony Braxton, Lisle Ellis, Georg Graewe, Gerry Hemingway, Franz Koglmann, Steve Lacy, Joelle Leandre, Myra Melford, Paul Plimley, Max Roach, Horace Tapscott, Cecil Taylor, Mike Westbrook, John Zorn, Vienna Art Orchestra,[1] David Murray, Archie Shepp, Jimmy Lyons, Tony Coe, Michel Portal, and Sun Ra.

Year established: 1974

The Ways
Russ Lossing Trio

The Ways

December 01, 2019
Capricorn Moon To Juba Lee Revisited
Marion Brown

Capricorn Moon To Juba Lee Revisited

August 13, 2019
The Dark Tree
Horace Tapscott

The Dark Tree

June 06, 2019
Quartet (Willisau) 1991 Studio
Anthony Braxton

Quartet (Willisau) 1991 Studio

April 15, 2019
Starcross Bridge
Mike Westbrook

Starcross Bridge

April 01, 2019
Blow, Strike & Touch
Marco von Orelli

Blow, Strike & Touch

February 12, 2019
Copenhagen Live 1964
Albert Ayler

Copenhagen Live 1964

September 17, 2018
Taktlos Zurich 2017
Samuel Blaser

Taktlos Zurich 2017

August 26, 2018
(Willisau) 1991 Studio
Anthony Braxton Quartet

(Willisau) 1991 Studio

June 20, 2018

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Starcross Bridge
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Starcross Bridge

2019
The Ways
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The Ways

2019
Suspended
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Suspended

2018
Symbol Systems
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Symbol Systems

2018
Taktlos Zurich 2017
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Taktlos Zurich 2017

2018
Flaneur
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Flaneur

2018
At Gamut
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At Gamut

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