New Walking | Feel At Ease

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Feel At Ease

by New Walking

Korean jazz quartet New Walking's first step! With contribution of various Korean jazz musicians, this is easy listen-able debut album.
Genre: Jazz: Vocalese
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1. Sunshine
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2. Rainbow Groove
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6:06 $0.99
3. Sad Wind
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4:51 $0.99
4. Sweet Dreams
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4:03 $0.99
5. Sunday Afternoon
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4:45 $0.99
6. Soft Smile
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6:43 $0.99
7. Who Are You?
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8. Snow Field
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9. Now Spring
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Lee Armstrong

Sweet Dreams
This Korean jazz band is the real deal. Lead vocalist Lee Sun Kyung sings in Korean, but has a real feel for the jazz rhythms. If I spoke Korean, I'd have a bit more understanding of the song lyrics. The second track, "Rainbow Groove," has a dynamic sax solo that blows the roof off the house. The fourth track that is listed in Korean writing on the jacket translates as "Sweet Dreams" and has some great scat singing & a frothy melody. Track six, "Soft Smile," sways sweetly, close to a Brazilian bossa nova rhythm, with Lee Sun Kyung's alluring vocals expressing strong emotions. The eighth track, the instrumental "Snow Field," has a lovely string arrangement and a haunting melody. While the jazz here isn't groundbreaking, it is totally entertaining. Hearing this American musical genre performed in Korean emphasizes the international reach of jazz. Enjoy!