Tracks can be found here: 유성기로 듣던 가요사 두번째 (1945~1960) The second generation singers from Meteor group CD10 17 대전(大田) 블루스 / Daejeon Blues -train- * CD10 18 순정(純情)의 블루스 / Pure blues (1961) This track starts with an intro of a sound recording of a starting steam train, immediately bring the track to a very bluesy and soulful song which easily creates its moody effect. Unfortunately the recording is not perfectly preserved, it still is worth checking. It is a good song rooted in
Tracks can be found here: 유성기로 듣던 불멸의 명가수: 얼굴 없는 명가수 (2) Immortal master singer during the meteor group: singer without face (vol.2) 17 넷생각 / Thinking (COLUMBIA 40585) This is I think a new folk song with a steady rhythm and somewhat jazzy but also rondo-like repetitive chamber arrangements. Suk Kem Sung's voice is personalized and fit perfectly well to the genre. I heard three more tracks in the same folk/jazz/chamber style of arrangements, rather primitive rhythmical songs.
김용만 - 힛트앨범 Recorded 1958-1966 최근입고 : 2014-05-15 This is a nice compilation of recordings from Kim Yong Man. His voice is always steering for the joy of entertainment, while moments of vibration recall the trot era; in this case it gives a happy, joyful effect. The band, with full range of sounds has elements of jazz, while it fuses styles of chachacha, mambo, boogie, trot and more. Some instruments play a few solos like with accordion and banjo, while the band’s mobility of a
CD1 of 12 CD BOX: Compilation with 13 songs by Nam In-Soo 1 휴전선(休戰線) 엘레지 / Arms Elegy 2 달도 하나 해도 하나 / Just one moon 3 향수(鄕愁) / Perfume 4 나는 사람이 아니외다 / I'm not a person 5 무정열차(無情列車) / Infinite Train 6 다정(多情)도 병(病)이런가 / Tenderness can be a disease 7 고향의 그림자 / Shadow of home (Wave Of Nostalgia) (1954) * 8 밤비는 온다 / Bambi ? comes 9 기다리겠어요 / I will wait 10 청춘무성(靑春茂盛) / Youth Museong (?) 11 가거라 삼팔선 / Go to the Sampalm (1948) 12 고향은 내 사랑 / Hometown is my love "Beloved Home") (1954) *
This is a CD from the 23CD box: 유성기로 듣던 불멸의 명가수: 박향림 편 / Immortal Singer Heard during the Meteor period: Park Hyang Lim * 1 연지 찍고 곤지 찍고 / Take a roll of paper (..8331) * 2 전화 일기(日記) / Telephone Diary (COLUMBIA 40800) -"telehone song"- 3 그늘에 우는 천사(天使) / Crying angle in the shade (COLUMBIA 40803) 4 부서진 정(情)이나마 / Broken mind (COLUMBIA 40812) 5 사랑 주고 병(病) 샀소 / I gave you love and bought a bottle (COLUMBIA 40801) 6 지상(地上)의 어머니 / Mother Earth (COLUMBIA 40815) 7 꿈꾸는 행주치마 / Don't was
I found almost nothing about this artist, but I was able to hear 5 tracks of him of which at least 3 if not all are definitely worth checking: * 웃음짓는 희망 / Laughing Hope (1936) * 청춘 일기 / Youth Diary (1936) * 청춘의 개가 / Young Dog (1937) 남자의 눈물 / Men's Tears (1938) "Laughing Hope" is an up tempo marching trot song which features a happy whistling theme. It is very uplifting and gay. It's instrumental part is very inflicting too. It is amongst the most happy music from those days.
유성기로 듣던 일제시대 풍자 해학송 / The satire of Japanese imperialists heard during the Meteor period * 14 미스 리갈 / Miss Regal : 신접살이 풍경 / Critter Scenery (1938) In this track we hear very happy rhythms and arrangements, nice varied singing and arrangement, - a great song. According to the stories read elsewhere it had become a habit of labels to name some newcomers with Miss or Mister, like Miss Regal for the Regal label, with her eyes covered just to make people curious -- what’s up? (tr
Also this is a more mainstream orientated singer, with a performance-related emotionality in the voice. This is especially so in the first track, where her voice is almost broken in a smoked way. This song itself still is mainstream pop with keyboard chords, some brass arrangement and a sax solo. This emotionality is also most clear in the last track, which iswith a piano accompaniment only. Many tracks have funkier elements although not in a too creative or inventive way, oc