"You Are Here (Every Time I Think Of You)" is the final track from Jihye Lee's debut album "April," featuring a 20-piece orchestra of Berklee faculty. A native Korean, Jihye wrote the album in response to the sinking of the Sewol ferry in South Korea, which killed more than 300 passengers.
"You Are Here (Every Time I Think Of You)" is Lee's outpouring of sympathy for those lost and those left behind, highlighted by the aching, sweepingly gorgeous flugelhorn of guest soloist Sean Jones.
March 10, 2017
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I love jazz because it is both challenging and exhilarating, and the endeavor of improvisation is the highest form of art.
I met so many great musicians--including my two earliest heroes, Maynard Ferguson and Dizzy Gillespie--by attending concerts
and being willing to treat them with the respect they deserve.
The best show I ever attended was the Pat Metheny/Ornette Coleman Song X concert at Cornell University.
The first jazz record I bought was an RCA compilation by Dizzy Gillespie.
My advice to new listeners is to not be afraid to listen to something because you're not familiar with the artists or the band or
the genre or anything - this is music that is best experienced through discovery.