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8.25 x 6.75 inches, paperback, perfect-bound edition of 2,000, 142 pages, with a new preface by Thulani Davis and an introduction by Brent Hayes Edwards. Joseph Jarman (1937 2019) was a saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist best known as a founding member of trailblazing avant-garde jazz group Art Ensemble of Chicago. In 1977, Art Ensemble of Chicago Publishing Co. published Jarman Black Case Volume I and II: Return From Exile, a collection of writing conceived across America and Europe between 1960 and 1975. Comprised largely of Jarman flowing, fiery free versenfluenced by Amus Mor, Henry Dumas, Thulani Davis, and Amiri Barakahe book also features a manifesto for REAT BLACK MUSIC,notated songs, concert program notes, Jarman photos, and impressions of a play by Muhal Richard Abrams, the founder of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians of which Jarman was also an original member.
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