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|1.||"Hauts Plateaux De Lla Tierach" (7:05)|
|3.||"Nichi Nichi Kore Ko Nichi 1" (1:13)|
|4.||"La Ballade Du Borgne" (2:08)|
|5.||"Nichi Nichi Kore Ko Nichi 2" (1:20)|
|2.||"Histoire Sans Paroles" (2:57)|
Earlier this month, Dharma's inspired and hard to find debut album, Mrs Robinson, was given the reissue treatment. It seems that was merely an appetizer for the re-release of Archipel, a 1973 set that was initially released in such limited quantities (around 100, according to some online sources) that some consider it one of the "holy grail" records of European free-jazz. Unlike the surprisingly structured and orthodox Mrs Robinson, Archipel is a thrillingly wild set that combines mind-altering improvisations with curiously experimental and off-kilter cuts that look beyond the confines of jazz for inspiration. Such is the densely layered and out-of-this-world feel of some of the tracks, in fact, that repeat listening is recommended.
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