Dharma Trio ‎– Snoopy's Time

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A1 Minton's Memory
Written-By – Patricio Villarroel*
6:00
A2 End Starting
Written-By – Patricio Villarroel*
5:21
A3 Enafrito
Written-By – Patricio Villarroel*
4:35
B1 Leon Smirglub Von Bischmouck
Written-By – Patricio Villarroel*
11:38
B2 Glouglou's Mood
Written-By – Michel Gladieux
4:00
B3 Snoopy's Time
Written-By – Patricio Villarroel*
6:09

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music_emporium

music_emporium

January 26, 2018

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, the 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 on Patricio Villarroel of the electric explorations of Miles Davis’ pianists from 1968, that is to say 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.
jamesjazzy

jamesjazzy

September 27, 2017
edited 10 months ago
Caution: Average price on Popsike.com is $65 with 4 sales. Don't overpay by 400% !
moptop66

moptop66

April 20, 2016

One of the most amazing french jazz lp ever released. It sounds like garage experimental jazz (whatever that means...) : the sound is heavily compressed, and the music is both spiritual, experimental and hysterical. Deserves a reissue coz it's really hard to find. Oh..and the artwork is really cool !
lechmckoy

lechmckoy

May 31, 2012

just an amazing obscure spirit jazz funk ahead of his time ,unknown classic
sound like a black jazz (roland haynes) or placebo /marc moulin
someone as to do a repress "too good to stay unknown "