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buddy’s knife jazzedition is a book publisher in Cologne, Germany that specializes in the publication of jazz books. It was established in 2007 by the journalist, editor and ethnologist Renate Da Rin.
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The first volume published by buddy‘s knife was a selection of poetic work by the American jazz bassist Henry Grimes. signs along the road presents a selection of previously unpublished entries from thousands of pages of diaries he wrote duri