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"You Are Here (Every Time I Think of You)" by Jihye Lee

From the album

April
Record Label: Self Produced
By Jihye Lee
Released: 2017

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Fiona's Comments

They call this particular heartache "Han" in South Korea. A kind of melancholic blues that lingers without permission. Beautiful arrangements, cherubic horns.

About the Album

"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.

Track Listing

April Wind; Sewol Ho; Deep Blue Sea; Whirlwind; Guilty; You Are Here (Every Time I Think Of You).

Personnel

Jihye Lee: vocals; Sean Jones: flugelhorn; Elzbieta Brandys: flute; Shannon LeClaire: alto saxophone, clarinet, flute; Allan Chase: alto saxophone, soprano saxophone; Rick DiMuzio: tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone; clarinet; Bob Patton: tenor saxophone, clarinet; Ben Whiting: baritone saxophone, bass clarinet; Bijon Watson: trumpet; Jeff Claasen: trumpet; Rich Given: trumpet; Greg Hopkins: trumpet; Jeff Galindo: trombone; Rick Stepton: trombone; Artie Montanaro: trombone; Peter Cirelli: bass trombone; Bruce Bartlett: guitar; Alain Mallet: piano; Jiri Nedoma: piano (2); John Lockwood: bass; Mark Walker: drums; Ricardo Monzon: percussion.

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Date featured

March 10, 2017

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