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✨✧ Kim Jung MiKim Jung Mi ... CD
World Psychedelia (Korea), 1974. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Groovy folk funk from mid 70s Korea – mad, pulpy tunes from Kim Jung Mi – possibly her best work ever! This wonderful self-titled set is a pretty deep left turn from her other material that we've been lucky enough to get our hands on – this one really goes deeper into the trippier elements that pepper her work – with deep, thumping bass lines, groovy organ washes and some strings! Groovy, groovy work and more than lives up to the World Psychedelia tag! 11 tracks in all. (Apologies for our lack of song titles – all notes are Korean!) CD

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✨✧ Kim Jung MiNow ... LP
Lion, Early 70s. New Copy (reissue)... Out Of Stock
A folk funk masterpiece from Korea – sung with breathy brilliance by female singer Kim Jung Mi, and featuring some great fuzzy backgrounds from guitarist Shin Jung Hyun! Although not in English, the record has a very similar feel to some of the hippest British female work of the same period – a style that takes older folk styles and gives them a trippier, more psychedelic twist – largely through the use of echoey production that makes the voice sound all flanged-out next to the guitar, but also through some spacious arrangements that give most of the record a nicely floating sort of feel! Titles are all in Korean, as are the lyrics – but the record's got an undeniably universal appeal. This excellent vinyl reissue from Lion includes English translations of the titles! They include "Wind", "Spring","Unknowingly", "Your Dream", Blow Spring Breeze" and more. 10 tracks in all. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ Kim Jung MiWind ... CD
World Psychedelia (Korea), 1973. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A tasty, trippy little set of Korean psychedelic folk from Kim Jung Mi – another wonderful little batch from a great run of work in the early-to-mid 70s! Wind has a breezier, more meditative approach on some numbers – with some strings and a fair stripped down sound supporting her sweetly soaring vocals – but it's also got the tripper electric guitar groove that we love from her other records of the period! 10 groovy tracks in all. (Sorry, we can't provide the song titles – notes are in Korean!) CD

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