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Roots To Branches

Roots To Branches by Soojin Suh
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Soojin Suh

Label: Night Birds
Released: 2021
Duration: 00:51:24
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Track Listing

01. Roots To Branches 02. Ruth 03. 인지혁명(Cognitive Revolution) 04. Unity 05. Hypnagogia 06. Bond 07. The Eyes Of Little One 08. Equality 09. Breakthrough 10. 그 쇳물 쓰지마라 (Geu soemul sseujimara)


Personnel

Hoo Kim
bass
Sunjae Lee
saxophone
Daniel Ko
saxophone

Additional Personnel / Information

Drums 서수진 Soojin Suh Double Bass 김영후 Hoo Kim Tenor / Soprano / Alto Saxophone 이선재 Sunjae Lee Alto / Tenor Saxophone 고단열 Daniel Ko Mixing Engineer Rick Kwan Master Engineer Nate Wood Art Work by 이선재 Sunjae Lee

Album Description

Roots To Branches Soojin Suh Chordless Quartet is a project formed by Korean creative music artist and drummer Soojin Suh. Soojin released two albums with this project, "Strange Liberation", in 2018 and “Roots To Branches” in 2021. The concept of the Chordless Project is to explore freedom from all polyphonic instruments as a metaphor for freedom in society. In an era where individual freedom is becoming increasingly important, freedom of the individual which lacks consideration for others can erupt, at times, into violence against others. This idea sits at the heart of the Chordless Project. The exclusion of polyphonic instruments, which normally supply the harmony, creates higher degrees of freedom for the remaining instruments. Rather than erupting into chaos on stage, the interplay between the group members, embodying civility, testifies to the ultimate freedom and beauty that can be created through consideration for others. “Roots To Branches” is her story about invisible link between ‘human to human’, ‘human to society’ and ‘human to nature’.


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