by James Pasinsky
Jazz pianist Dabin Ryu recently released her debut album simply titled “Wall.” It features ten compositions written by Ryu, along with a steady cast of musicians to help with the instrumentation of the songs. The album begins with the graceful waltz of “The Light” and the swift rhythm “Temple Run,” before reaching part one of “Wall,” which features the vocals of Anthony Marsden. Part two of “Wall” has a more lively touch with a contemporary sound that keeps the energy flowing. Dabin Ryu finishes her new album with the quiet, elegant, solo piano piece “Stillborn,” along with the swinging jazz of “Taxi Driver” and “We Will Meet Again.” To find out more about Dabin Ryu and her latest release “Wall,” please visit dabinryumusic.com.