REVIEW: Robert Lee, ‘Cha-Ran’ (Three Pines)

Toronto bassist-composer Robert Lee set an incredibly difficult challenge for himself with Cha-Ran. His goal was to adapt a series of Korean folk tales with the depth and wisdom he associates with Studio Ghibli films such as Spirited Away — a seemingly impossible task he somehow manages to achieve more often than not. The title

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