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Artist: Lee Jin-Ah
Label: Plaza Major Company Ltf
PMC 814 975
Release Date: 20 October 2014

Unvisible is the debut album of Lee Jin-Ah, the Korean pop sensation who was made famous thanks to the South Korean TV talent show K-Pop Star...

Lee Jin-Ah's vocals are unmistakable. Almost child-like in their tone. But don't let this fool you, the beauty of the compositions shows much depth.

Unvisible contains 10 songs (37 min, 07 sec) and it's easy to see why the South Koreans took her to their hearts. Her song writing is impressive: very catchy and easily accessible to all.

The album opens with 'Unvisible', a slow, sweet, reflective track. Next up is 'A Letter' which has a jazz feel to it - in fact it reminded me a little of the work of Vince Guaraldi. It's not the only Jazz based track. We also have 'After Years' and 'Ordinary Days'.

'I Love You' is more your typical pop song, upbeat and memorable, as is 'Coloring Book'.

As debut albums go, they don't get much better than this. If you've never heard of Jin-Ah then this is the perfect time to get acquainted with her. If you can listen to her high voice without your toes curling, you're in for a treat.


Nick Smithson

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