Kim Jung Mi :: Haenim

Closing out Aquarium Drunkard’s September mix are the ghostly vocals and gentle acoustic strumming of a piece of music who’s rhythmic perfection has the ability to both take you by surprise or calm you into a state of bliss. Kim Jung Mi’s 1973 album, Now, is no accidental wonder, though, because the combination of her sultry, echoing vocals and the American-influenced psychedelic and rock musings of producer, and ordained “Korean Godfather of Rock” lend a . . .

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