Does this sound like the future of jazz? After his brilliant appearance on Joel Ross' celebrated album “KingMaker”, alto saxophonist Immanuel Wilkins is now making his own debut with “Omega” on Blue Note Records. Only very few of them at this age have such a well-filled calendar, in which joint performances, tours and recording sessions with illustrious greats such as Bob Dylan, Solange Knowles, Wynton Marsalis, Lala Hathaway, Jason Moran, Gretchen Parlato, Gerald Clayton and Count Basie Orchestra particularly stand out. Immanuel Wilkins - this much should already be clear - is not a typical 22-year-old. And “Omega” is therefore not a conventional debut album, but an impressively mature musical and socio-political statement that deals with the experiences of black people in the United States.
In April 2021 for the first time on vinyl!
- Ferguson - An American Tradition
- The Dreamer
- Mary Turner - An American Tradition
- Grace And Mercy
- Part 1. The Key
- Part 2. Saudade
- Part 3. Eulogy
- Part 4. Guarded Heart