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LP released: Jan 31, 2020

Tracklisting:
1. (struggle) Home (15:39)
2. Soledad Brothers (5:41)
3. At Least We Have A Horizon Now (6:22)
4. Black Experience (7:29)
JUJU
LIVE AT THE EAST 1973
Label: NOW AGAIN RECORDS
Cat No: NA5178LP
Barcode: 0659457517816
Packaging: LP Regular

Magical, mystical, Afrocentric, progressive – words that could be used to describe any number of musical compositions
by Sun Ra or his cosmic brothers and sisters, from John to Alice Coltrane, early ‘70s projects on record labels like Detroit’s
Tribe or Houston’s Lightin’ or the interests of one Washington, DC native named Jimmy Gray that centered under one, perfect
moniker: Black Fire. Gray spent nearly three decades pushing boundaries as a Black American promoter, distributor and,
finally, record label owner. Together with Juju’s leader James 'Plunky Nkabinde ' Branch, Gray oversaw sixteen releases on

Black Fire Records between 1975 and 1996.

These are the definitive reissues of five of the label’s key titles; all were lacquered – most directly from master tape - by

legendary Los Angeles mastering engineer Bernie Grundman,

With this set, Juju and Black Fire’s story burns forth into its fifth decade, its message not tempered, its sound pure.

It’s cycle, once again, complete.

Each release is packaged in a thick, tip-on sleeve and includes a deluxe booklet with extensive notes on the album, the Black
Fire collective, and the musical and cultural revolution they created. Limited edition, one time pressing.