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Youn Sun Nah

Youn Sun Nah
Country
Korea
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Youn Sun Nah (Korean: 나윤선 Na Yoon-sun, born August 28, 1969) is a South Korean jazz singer. She has sung in a variety of styles, and does not base her style on historic jazz singers.
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http://www.younsunnah.com
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Releases on file (11)
Youn Sun Nah — She Moves On Youn Sun Nah — She Moves On
(ACT 9037-2, 2017, CD)
Nguyên Lê — Celebrating The Dark Side of the Moon Nguyên Lê — Celebrating The Dark Side of the Moon
(ACT 9574-2, 2014, CD)
Youn Sun Nah — Lento Youn Sun Nah — Lento
(ACT 9030-2, 2013, CD)
Youn Sun Nah — Down by Love Youn Sun Nah — Down by Love
(Warner Bros VDCD-6301, 2011, CD)
Nguyên Lê — Songs of Freedom Nguyên Lê — Songs of Freedom
(ACT 9506-2, 2011, CD)
Youn Sun Nah — Same Girl Youn Sun Nah — Same Girl
(ACT 9024-2, 2010, CD)
Youn Sun Nah — Voyage Youn Sun Nah — Voyage
(ACT 9019-2, 2009, CD)
Youn Sun Nah — Memory Lane Youn Sun Nah — Memory Lane
(Interglobal, 2007, CD)
Youn Sun Nah — So I Am... Youn Sun Nah — So I Am...
(In Circum Girum ICG 0204-1, 2004, CD)
Youn Sun Nah — Light for the People Youn Sun Nah — Light for the People
(In Circum Girum ICG 0202-1, 2002, CD)
Youn Sun Nah — Reflet Youn Sun Nah — Reflet
(no#, 2001, CD)

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