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Hiroshi Yoshimura, "Water Copy"

The only good news this week—this month? Of 2017?—is that Music For Nine Post Cards, the remarkable 1982 ambient album from Hiroshi Yoshimura, is being made available outside Japan come November. (This is a particularly welcome announcement for those music lovers whose only current copy is a poorly sourced rip from a YouTube clip, uh, […]
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