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Dharma Trio // Snoopy's Time LP

Dharma Trio // Snoopy's Time LP

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This is a reissue record by Dharma Trio, a French experimental jazz band active in the 1970s, released in 2018 by the French jazz label Souffle Continu. (The original was released in 1970.)

Contains 5 thrilling free jazz tracks. Comes with a 12-page booklet.

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more Souffle Continue releases available at Tobira.

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12" black vinyl. Includes 12-page booklet. Edition of 700.
First-ever reissue of the 1970 album.

tracklist:           

1. Minton's Memory / End, Starting 11:29
2. Enafrito 04:44
3. Leon Smirglub Von Bischmouck 10:37
4. Glouglou's Mood 04:03
5. Snoopy's Time 06:13

Souffle Continue:

"Dharma, as they were simply known, at the time when they were still playing, englobed all the incarnations of the group, trio, quartet (essentially as a live band) and quintet built around the stable core of pianist and bassist Patricio Villarroel and Michel Gladieux.

Snoopy's Time is their second album, concentrated on the rhythm section including the ever-faithful Jacques Mahieux on drums, and recorded three months after Mr Robinson, their first album, made as a quintet including Jef Sicard and Gérard Coppéré, both at the time saxophonists with Claude Delcloo's Full Moon Ensemble.

It is the most classic album in their discography, marked by the influence of Patricio Villarroel on the electric explorations of Miles Davis' pianists from 1968, such as Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, Joe Zawinul and Keith Jarrett. Indeed, the use of echo, reverb and saturation by Patricio Villarroel is similar to that of his famous counterparts. It would be a year later in France, but with a sound all his own, that Siegfried Kessler would undertake similar experiments playing with Perception, a group similar in spirit to Dharma.

Specialists may also evoke Paul Bley, notably on Scorpio and Sweet Earth Flying, or even Richard Beirach with Dave Liebman on Drum Ode, but these albums came out a few years after the Snoopy's Time was surprisingly innovative, released in 1970. Even among all the instrumental, funky music of the time, it is rare to find such a communicative energy, magnified all the more by the subtle use of effects and an innate sense of groove. "

Artist: Dharma Trio

Label: Souffle Continu

CAT No: FFL039

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This is a reissue record by Dharma Trio, a French experimental jazz band active in the 1970s, released in 2018 by the French jazz label Souffle Continu. (The original was released in 1970.)

Contains 5 thrilling free jazz tracks. Comes with a 12-page booklet.

Labels and other worksClick here for the guidelines. ///Click here to see more Souffle Continue releases available at Tobira.

----------------------

12" black vinyl. Includes 12-page booklet. Edition of 700.
First-ever reissue of the 1970 album.

tracklist:           

1. Minton's Memory / End, Starting 11:29
2. Enafrito 04:44
3. Leon Smirglub Von Bischmouck 10:37
4. Glouglou's Mood 04:03
5. Snoopy's Time 06:13

Souffle Continue:

"Dharma, as they were simply known, at the time when they were still playing, englobed all the incarnations of the group, trio, quartet (essentially as a live band) and quintet built around the stable core of pianist and bassist Patricio Villarroel and Michel Gladieux.

Snoopy's Time is their second album, concentrated on the rhythm section including the ever-faithful Jacques Mahieux on drums, and recorded three months after Mr Robinson, their first album, made as a quintet including Jef Sicard and Gérard Coppéré, both at the time saxophonists with Claude Delcloo's Full Moon Ensemble.

It is the most classic album in their discography, marked by the influence of Patricio Villarroel on the electric explorations of Miles Davis' pianists from 1968, such as Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, Joe Zawinul and Keith Jarrett. Indeed, the use of echo, reverb and saturation by Patricio Villarroel is similar to that of his famous counterparts. It would be a year later in France, but with a sound all his own, that Siegfried Kessler would undertake similar experiments playing with Perception, a group similar in spirit to Dharma.

Specialists may also evoke Paul Bley, notably on Scorpio and Sweet Earth Flying, or even Richard Beirach with Dave Liebman on Drum Ode, but these albums came out a few years after the Snoopy's Time was surprisingly innovative, released in 1970. Even among all the instrumental, funky music of the time, it is rare to find such a communicative energy, magnified all the more by the subtle use of effects and an innate sense of groove. "

Artist: Dharma Trio

Label: Souffle Continu

CAT No: FFL039