Sang Eun Lee. Slowdays.
Lee Sang-eun (Korean: 이상은; born March 12, 1970), also known by the stage name Lee Tzsche (Korean: 리채), is a South Korean singer-songwriter. She debuted in 1988 and has since released 15 full-length albums. She won the Rookie Artist Award at the 1988 Golden Disc Awards and Female Musician of the Year at the 2004 and 2006 Korean Music Awards. She debuted at the MBC College Music Festival in 1988, singing another composer's song
Опубликовано: 14 июл. 2017 г. 이상은 앨범, Lee Sang Eun albums list: 이상은 01집 Happy Birthday (1989) 이상은 02집 사랑할꺼야 (I Will Love You, Gonna Love You) (1990) 이상은 03집 더딘 하루 (Slow Days) (1991) 이상은 04집 BEGIN (1992) 이상은 05집 LEE SANG EUN, aka: Darkness (1993) 이상은 06집 Gongmudohaga ~ 公無渡河歌 ~ (공무도하가) (1995) 이상은 07집 외롭고 웃긴 가게 (Lonely Funny Store) (1997) 이상. Give It All (1998) She Wanted (봉자 Bongja OST) (2000). Note: The opening image is the original LP version of the Volume 5 album jacket. The reissue CD has a cropped version of the picture. Song: "Breeze" from Volume 8 "Lee-tzsche" (1997).
The 5th and self-titled album 'Lee Sang-eun' (1993) shows her musical maturity. While studying abroad she felt solitude, but it made her music universal. Soon she went to Japan and cooperated with Japanese musicians, most of all Takeda Hajimu (竹田元). She made her 6th album 'GongMuDoGaGa(公無渡河歌)' (1995) as a perfect music director. The Idol Era (1989) Happy Birthday (1989) SaRangHalGgeoYa. As Lee Sang-eun (1991) Slowdays (1992) Begin (1993) Lee Sang-eun (1995) GongMuDoHaGa (1997) OiRopGo UtGinGaGe. As Lee Tzsche (1997) Lee-Tzsche English version compilation (1998) Give it All OST (1999) Asian Prescription English version compilation (2000) She Wanted OST (2001) Endless Lay (2003) SinBiCheHeom (2005) Roman Topia.