Jeon Jeduk | What Is Cool Change

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What Is Cool Change

by Jeon Jeduk

harmonica, jazz-fusion with groove, funky element
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Take It or Leave It
6:25 album only
2. Two Stories
5:07 album only
3. Over the Top
6:39 album only
4. New Shoes
6:29 album only
5. Night to Dawn
6:31 album only
6. Mr. Right, He Is
5:41 album only
7. Now Your Time
4:24 album only
8. Lady Madonna
5:05 album only
9. Simply Put
6:41 album only
10. It's Probably Me
5:56 album only
11. Cool Change
7:43 album only


Album Notes
Jeon Jeduk

"Cool Change" is the 2nd instrumental album from Korean-born, blind jazz harmonica sensation, Jeon Jeduk. His 2004 release, "Jeon Jeduk, 1st" which won Best Jazz album of the year by "Korean Music Award"(korean grammy award.) also was the one of the best selling instrumental album in S.Korea

From this album, all 12 tracks show his brilliant chromatic harmonica-performance in Jazz, Soul, Funk, Electric and fusion. His interpretations on Beatles classic "lady madonna" gets funk-fusion treatment and Sting/Clapton's gem, "it's probably me" has blues ballad feel on it.

Unlike the 1st album, which was the showcase in his melodic harmonica phrasings, this 2nd release shows his extend ability in improvisation and composition of groove-style music. Many of these 12 tracks are arranged with power-house horn-sections, bluesy guitar solos and carefully balanced loop based rhythm grooves. On top of these, Jeduk freely dances around melodies and chords beautifully.

One of the most reply to his web-based fan site is this phrase, "It's the Toots Thielemans meets Tower of power jam!!!"



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