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하루 한 곡 2019.01.03 밤에 어울리는 contemporary jazz (saxophone)

하루 한 곡 2019.01.03 추천음악

장효석 - Sad (feat. 하림)

국내에서 둘째가라면 서러운
탑클래스 색소폰연주자 장효석 님의
첫 번째 앨범에 수록된 곡으로
이 앨범은 전곡 버릴 곡이 없지만
참 좋아했던 트랙이에요.
갑자기 잠들기 전 색소폰 연주곡이 듣고 싶어
찾다가 하루 한 곡에도 공유해봅니다~
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