The Hatters Mad | A Change In Color

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A Change In Color

by The Hatters Mad

High-energy modern jazz with grooves that will make you move.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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Album Notes
Long time friends Keith Pitner, trombonist, and Zach Golden, drummer, decided in 2004 that they wanted to explore their creative side and form a band where creative improvisation was the focus. They also had had two primary goals - to make great music and to have as much fun as possible while doing it. Together with Cason Trager, Matt Bruner, Declan Coughlan, and Frank Laipert, they formed The Hatters Mad. Their debut release in the Spring of 2007, Commence the Jigglin, was only produced in limited pressings and became sold out and out of print very quickly. After the recording, the band was at full swing and started gathering a local following. In the Summer of 2008, they decided to make another album out of their new music and this, A Change In Color, is that product. The reasoning behind the album title is twofold. First, the music on the album is full of different musical colors, covering a wide range of styles and concepts in the forms, harmonies, melodies, and use of the instruments and the sounds they can make. Second, it is a divergence from the music of their first album, which was more light-hearted, to more serious, mature compositions, thus changing the color of the album for the band. The album also features the saxophone work of Sean Koga, who replaced Frank Laipert in the band in the months prior to the recording.



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