Korea’s leading jazz diva ‘Ungsan’ has released their 10th full-length album ‘Who Stole the Skies (pictured)’ on the 22nd, Universal Music announced.
The album includes double title songs ‘I’m not a butterfly’ and ‘Who Stole the Skyes’, ‘It’s a Dream’, a reinterpretation of a southern folk song, self-composed song ‘The Clown’, and a remake song ‘ It contains 10 songs, including ‘Let’s Sell Four Stocks’.
In this album, Woongsan showed a creative world of music by combining traditional Korean music such as Korean traditional music and folk songs with jazz. Through this, various crossover music was released to the fans.
Saxophonist Jeong-sik Lee, blues guitarists Charlie Jeong and Choi Woo-jun, organist Ki-moon Sung, bassist Dong-ha Shin, pianist Jae-hoon Kang, and drummer Ju-chan Lim participated in the event to enhance the level of perfection.
Universal Music introduced, “The blues, which form the basis of jazz, and the fundamental emotions of our nation are fused with natural melodies and rhythms.”
Debuting in 2004, Ungsan has established itself as a representative ‘jazz diva’ by presenting a variety of jazz styles, from traditional jazz to modern fusion jazz, bossa nova, and folk style.
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