You Are Here (Every Time I Think of You)
From the album
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.
April Wind; Sewol Ho; Deep Blue Sea; Whirlwind; Guilty; You Are Here (Every Time I Think of You).
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.
March 10, 2017
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