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Cincinnati, OH 45220

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  • Peter Brotzmann, Milford Graves, William Parker – Historic Music Past Tense Future
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    Black Editions presents “Historic Music Past Tense Future,” the first ever album to feature the meeting of Peter Brötzmann, Milford Graves and William Parker. Three of the towering figures in [...]

  • Makoto Kawashima – Homo Sacer
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    “Homo sacer – sacred human. Kawashima’s sax is ripe with the spirit of Japanese free jazz, dwelling as it does between the violent and the beautiful. Kaoru Abe, Masayoshi Urabe, […]

  • Che-Shizu – A Journey
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    Ché-SHIZU is one of the most original and mystifying groups to ever emerge from Japan’s musical underground. Founded by master improviser Chie Mukai in 1981 the group has been guided […]

  • High Rise – II
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    Black Editions is proud to present the definitive edition of High Rise’s classic 1986 album “High Rise II”. Newly mixed and mastered by Nanjo Asahito and featuring restored original LP […]

  • VA: Tokyo Flashback
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    – First ever vinyl edition of the legendary 1991 compilation that defined the Tokyo psychedelic movement and first brought it to the outside world. – Newly created artwork and design [...]

  • Keiji Haino – Watashe Dake?
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    Keiji Haino’s classic debut album will be available on vinyl for the first time since 1981 and for the first time ever as originally intended by the artist- in a […]

  • Toho Sara – S/T
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    Black Editions present a reissue of Toho Sara‘s self-titled album, originally released in 1995. A mystifying work of Japanese avant-garde shamanism, Toho Sara’s 1995 debut introduced [...]

  • Kazuo Imai – Far And Wee
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    Black Editions present a reissue of Kazuo Imai‘s far and wee, originally released in 2004. Kazuo Imai is one of the few artists to traverse both Japan’s early avant-garde and […]