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Playlist of Kalil Wilson

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  • Концерт KALIL WILSON с Квартетом и Концертным оркестром г Абакан 08 05 2018 г

    2:06

    Концерт KALIL WILSON 1 отделение с Квартетом и 2 отделение с Концертным оркестром г Абакан 08 05 2018 г

  • KALIL WILSON - TIMELESS - 001 RECORDING SESSION, live from 25th Street Recording - Part 1

    54:17

    KALIL WILSON - TIMELESS - 001 RECORDING SESSION, live from 25th Street Recording on Dec. 16th, Part 1

    Kalil has the gift, I know it when I hear it. He is anointed - Carlos Santana
    Only once in a long while there arrives a vocal talent like this - Seth Riggs

    In less than a decade, vocalist Kalil Wilson has become one of the most potent and promising young vocalists of his generation. Gifted with a powerful yet nuanced voice and armed with a technical versatility that positions him comfortably in jazz, R&B, pop, and even classical, Wilson has earned high marks from the music press and has captivated audiences from Barcelona to Berkeley with performances that defy easy categorization. His bright re-imaginings of jazz standards and originals are well-informed by the rich history of great jazz singing while melding seamlessly with his heartfelt, eclectic stylings.

    Line up:

    Kalil Wilson: vocals

    Dan Marschak: piano

    Ryan Lukas: bass

    Genius Wesley: drum prodigy

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  • Song for You

    4:01

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Song for You · Kalil Wilson

    Easy to Love

    ℗ 2009 Kalil Wilson

    Released on: 2009-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Kalil Wilson . Рождественская классика. Let it snow!

    2:02

    Рождественская программа 2 января в Джем-клубе.

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  • Kalil Wilson - Im So Grateful

    4:31

    From the album Time Stops

    Featuring Pianist/Composer Dan Marschak
    Genius Wesley, Percussionist
    Ryan Lukas, Bass




    Kalil is great! A real pleasure to hear.- HERBIE HANCOCK

    Kalil has the gift! I know it when I hear it. He is anointed. - CARLOS SANTANA

    A very special young talent with a unique sound that crosses through genres.- KENNY BURRELL

    An amazing and soulful sound.- WAYNE SHORTEROnly once in a long while, there arrives a vocal talent like this.- SETH RIGGS

    In less than a decade, vocalist Kalil Wilson has become one of the most potent and promising young vocalists of his generation. Gifted with a powerful yet nuanced voice and armed with a technical versatility that positions him comfortably in jazz, R&B, pop, and even classical, Wilson has earned high marks from the music press and has captivated audiences from Barcelona to Berkeley with performances that defy easy categorization. His bright reimagining of jazz standards and originals are well-informed by the rich history of great jazz singing while melding seamlessly with his heartfelt, eclectic stylings.An album this arresting doesn’t appear out of nowhere. Time Stops introduces Kalil Wilson as a fully formed artist whose graceful, emotionally incisive original songs feel like bespoke vehicles for his lithe, honeyed tenor. But he started storing away extraordinary musical experiences almost from birth, and his circuitous musical journey has led to encounters with a succession of sonic visionaries. For starters, he’s the son of pioneering Nigerian bassist Babá Ken Okulolo, who worked with King Sunny Ade, Fela Kuti, and Victor Olaiya before establishing himself as a bandleader in the Bay
    Area. Conservatory-trained and smitten with jazz, Wilson put together an impressive 2009 debut album, Easy To Love, focused on American Songbook standards. Then followed years of live performances, including dueting with legendary Cuban vocalist Omara Portuondo in Barcelona and singing with Herbie Hancock, Zakir Hussain, and Carlos Santana at the Hollywood Bowl. Now, debuting his own music and lyrics, working with longtime collaborator Dan Marschak, Kalil Wilson demonstrates that he’s far more than a pretty voice. —Andrew Gilbert, Berkeley, Calif.

    I remember the first time I heard Kalil Wilson. A few years ago, my friend, a discerning local jazz buff, had tipped me to the regular jazz nights at Club Deluxe in the Haight-Ashbury. The club advertised a jazz vocalist whose name seemed unfamiliar. That evening, I not only heard but met Kalil. And I met the members of his trio, after hearing them lift up, support, and swing with the remarkable lyricism of Kalil's voice: pianist/composer Dan Marschak, bassist Ryan Lukas, and the young musical prodigy of the group, drummer Genius Wesley. What I heard that night, what has struck me again and again—and now once more on Time Stops—is a completeness to that voice, how Kalil takes a song and follows its story out. From the first note, Kalil brings a sense of discovery, of inventiveness to every tune—a mark of the very best. The spectrum of life and love is perfectly played and fully voiced on this album, from romantic disappointment and doubt all the way back to the gratitude of love fulfilled.” —Ken Bullock, San Francisco, California

    Recorded at 25th Street Studios by John Schimpf and by Nino Moschella at Bird and Egg Studios Mixed by Nino Moschella at Bird and Egg StudiosMastered by Adam PopowitzProduced by Kalil Wilson and Dan MarschakExecutive Production by Cyril Guiraud and Boris Frochen for DoubleOonePhotographed by Frederic Aube, Brett Stillo, Violetta Yakovleva and Philippe Perez Design by Kalil Wilson, Dan Marschak, Jackie Gay WilsonLiner notes by Ken Bullock and Andy GilbertDigital Distribution by Six Degrees RecordsAll rights reserved: ꊯ Kalil Wilson (BMI), Dan Marschak (BMI), Berkeley Everett (BMI

  • Easy Living

    5:01

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Easy Living · Kalil Wilson

    Easy to Love

    ℗ 2009 Kalil Wilson

    Released on: 2009-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • If Its Magic - Kalil Wilson & Berkeley Everett

    4:08

    love is

  • Youve Changed

    5:14

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    You've Changed · Kalil Wilson

    Easy to Love

    ℗ 2009 Kalil Wilson

    Released on: 2009-01-01

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  • Kalil Wilson

    4:47

    #jazzmanfest, #Tkachi, March 9th, 2018

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  • Kalil Wilson/Dan Marschak Duo - Standards Medley

    6:15

    Kalil Wilson - Vocals, Dan Marschak - Piano

    Prelude To A Kiss
    That's All
    Beautiful Friendship

  • I Only Have Eyes for You

    3:47

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    I Only Have Eyes for You · Kalil Wilson

    Easy to Love

    ℗ 2009 Kalil Wilson

    Released on: 2009-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • I Cried for You

    2:34

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    I Cried for You · Kalil Wilson

    Easy to Love

    ℗ 2009 Kalil Wilson

    Released on: 2009-01-01

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  • KALIL WILSON - TIMELESS - 001 RECORDING SESSION, live from 25th Street Recording - Part 2

    44:29

    KALIL WILSON - TIMELESS - 001 RECORDING SESSION, live from 25th Street Recording on Dec. 16th, Part 2

    Kalil has the gift, I know it when I hear it. He is anointed - Carlos Santana
    Only once in a long while there arrives a vocal talent like this - Seth Riggs

    In less than a decade, vocalist Kalil Wilson has become one of the most potent and promising young vocalists of his generation. Gifted with a powerful yet nuanced voice and armed with a technical versatility that positions him comfortably in jazz, R&B, pop, and even classical, Wilson has earned high marks from the music press and has captivated audiences from Barcelona to Berkeley with performances that defy easy categorization. His bright re-imaginings of jazz standards and originals are well-informed by the rich history of great jazz singing while melding seamlessly with his heartfelt, eclectic stylings.

    Line up:

    Kalil Wilson: vocals

    Dan Marschak: piano

    Ryan Lukas: bass

    Genius Wesley: drum prodigy

  • Im in the Mood for Love

    2:50

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    I'm in the Mood for Love · Kalil Wilson

    Easy to Love

    ℗ 2009 Kalil Wilson

    Released on: 2009-01-01

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  • If I Could Be With You

    3:21

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    If I Could Be With You · Kalil Wilson

    Easy to Love

    ℗ 2009 Kalil Wilson

    Released on: 2009-01-01

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  • Kalil Wilson - All That I See Is You

    2:51

    From the album Time Stops

  • I Concentrate On You

    4:51

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    I Concentrate On You · Kalil Wilson

    Easy to Love

    ℗ 2009 Kalil Wilson

    Released on: 2009-01-01

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  • Day By Day

    3:27

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Day By Day · Kalil Wilson

    Easy to Love

    ℗ 2009 Kalil Wilson

    Released on: 2009-01-01

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  • Then Ill Be Tired of You

    4:54

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Then I'll Be Tired of You · Kalil Wilson

    Easy to Love

    ℗ 2009 Kalil Wilson

    Released on: 2009-01-01

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  • Nature Boy

    5:02

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Nature Boy · Kalil Wilson

    Easy to Love

    ℗ 2009 Kalil Wilson

    Released on: 2009-01-01

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  • Kalil Wilson - Wont It Be Like Heaven

    5:01

    From the album Time Stops

    Featuring Pianist/Composer Dan Marschak
    Genius Wesley, Percussionist
    Ryan Lukas, Bass




    Kalil is great! A real pleasure to hear.- HERBIE HANCOCK

    Kalil has the gift! I know it when I hear it. He is anointed. - CARLOS SANTANA

    A very special young talent with a unique sound that crosses through genres.- KENNY BURRELL

    An amazing and soulful sound.- WAYNE SHORTEROnly once in a long while, there arrives a vocal talent like this.- SETH RIGGS

    In less than a decade, vocalist Kalil Wilson has become one of the most potent and promising young vocalists of his generation. Gifted with a powerful yet nuanced voice and armed with a technical versatility that positions him comfortably in jazz, R&B, pop, and even classical, Wilson has earned high marks from the music press and has captivated audiences from Barcelona to Berkeley with performances that defy easy categorization. His bright reimagining of jazz standards and originals are well-informed by the rich history of great jazz singing while melding seamlessly with his heartfelt, eclectic stylings.An album this arresting doesn’t appear out of nowhere. Time Stops introduces Kalil Wilson as a fully formed artist whose graceful, emotionally incisive original songs feel like bespoke vehicles for his lithe, honeyed tenor. But he started storing away extraordinary musical experiences almost from birth, and his circuitous musical journey has led to encounters with a succession of sonic visionaries. For starters, he’s the son of pioneering Nigerian bassist Babá Ken Okulolo, who worked with King Sunny Ade, Fela Kuti, and Victor Olaiya before establishing himself as a bandleader in the Bay
    Area. Conservatory-trained and smitten with jazz, Wilson put together an impressive 2009 debut album, Easy To Love, focused on American Songbook standards. Then followed years of live performances, including dueting with legendary Cuban vocalist Omara Portuondo in Barcelona and singing with Herbie Hancock, Zakir Hussain, and Carlos Santana at the Hollywood Bowl. Now, debuting his own music and lyrics, working with longtime collaborator Dan Marschak, Kalil Wilson demonstrates that he’s far more than a pretty voice. —Andrew Gilbert, Berkeley, Calif.

    I remember the first time I heard Kalil Wilson. A few years ago, my friend, a discerning local jazz buff, had tipped me to the regular jazz nights at Club Deluxe in the Haight-Ashbury. The club advertised a jazz vocalist whose name seemed unfamiliar. That evening, I not only heard but met Kalil. And I met the members of his trio, after hearing them lift up, support, and swing with the remarkable lyricism of Kalil's voice: pianist/composer Dan Marschak, bassist Ryan Lukas, and the young musical prodigy of the group, drummer Genius Wesley. What I heard that night, what has struck me again and again—and now once more on Time Stops—is a completeness to that voice, how Kalil takes a song and follows its story out. From the first note, Kalil brings a sense of discovery, of inventiveness to every tune—a mark of the very best. The spectrum of life and love is perfectly played and fully voiced on this album, from romantic disappointment and doubt all the way back to the gratitude of love fulfilled.” —Ken Bullock, San Francisco, California

    Recorded at 25th Street Studios by John Schimpf and by Nino Moschella at Bird and Egg Studios Mixed by Nino Moschella at Bird and Egg StudiosMastered by Adam PopowitzProduced by Kalil Wilson and Dan MarschakExecutive Production by Cyril Guiraud and Boris Frochen for DoubleOonePhotographed by Frederic Aube, Brett Stillo, Violetta Yakovleva and Philippe Perez Design by Kalil Wilson, Dan Marschak, Jackie Gay WilsonLiner notes by Ken Bullock and Andy GilbertDigital Distribution by Six Degrees RecordsAll rights reserved: ꊯ Kalil Wilson (BMI), Dan Marschak (BMI), Berkeley Everett (BMI

  • Do You Know Why

    4:55

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Do You Know Why · Kalil Wilson

    Easy to Love

    ℗ 2009 Kalil Wilson

    Released on: 2009-01-01

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  • If Its Magic

    4:11

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    If It's Magic · Kalil Wilson

    Easy to Love

    ℗ 2009 Kalil Wilson

    Released on: 2009-01-01

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  • Stardust

    3:12

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Stardust · Kalil Wilson

    Easy to Love

    ℗ 2009 Kalil Wilson

    Released on: 2009-01-01

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  • Just for Grandma Jo

    1:36

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Just for Grandma Jo (Feat. Berkeley Everett) · Kalil Wilson

    Easy to Love

    ℗ 2009 Kalil Wilson

    Released on: 2009-01-01

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  • Kalil Wilson - I Love You

    4:38

    From the album Time Stops

    Featuring Pianist/Composer Dan Marschak
    Genius Wesley, Percussionist
    Ryan Lukas, Bass




    Kalil is great! A real pleasure to hear.- HERBIE HANCOCK

    Kalil has the gift! I know it when I hear it. He is anointed. - CARLOS SANTANA

    A very special young talent with a unique sound that crosses through genres.- KENNY BURRELL

    An amazing and soulful sound.- WAYNE SHORTEROnly once in a long while, there arrives a vocal talent like this.- SETH RIGGS

    In less than a decade, vocalist Kalil Wilson has become one of the most potent and promising young vocalists of his generation. Gifted with a powerful yet nuanced voice and armed with a technical versatility that positions him comfortably in jazz, R&B, pop, and even classical, Wilson has earned high marks from the music press and has captivated audiences from Barcelona to Berkeley with performances that defy easy categorization. His bright reimagining of jazz standards and originals are well-informed by the rich history of great jazz singing while melding seamlessly with his heartfelt, eclectic stylings.An album this arresting doesn’t appear out of nowhere. Time Stops introduces Kalil Wilson as a fully formed artist whose graceful, emotionally incisive original songs feel like bespoke vehicles for his lithe, honeyed tenor. But he started storing away extraordinary musical experiences almost from birth, and his circuitous musical journey has led to encounters with a succession of sonic visionaries. For starters, he’s the son of pioneering Nigerian bassist Babá Ken Okulolo, who worked with King Sunny Ade, Fela Kuti, and Victor Olaiya before establishing himself as a bandleader in the Bay
    Area. Conservatory-trained and smitten with jazz, Wilson put together an impressive 2009 debut album, Easy To Love, focused on American Songbook standards. Then followed years of live performances, including dueting with legendary Cuban vocalist Omara Portuondo in Barcelona and singing with Herbie Hancock, Zakir Hussain, and Carlos Santana at the Hollywood Bowl. Now, debuting his own music and lyrics, working with longtime collaborator Dan Marschak, Kalil Wilson demonstrates that he’s far more than a pretty voice. —Andrew Gilbert, Berkeley, Calif.

    I remember the first time I heard Kalil Wilson. A few years ago, my friend, a discerning local jazz buff, had tipped me to the regular jazz nights at Club Deluxe in the Haight-Ashbury. The club advertised a jazz vocalist whose name seemed unfamiliar. That evening, I not only heard but met Kalil. And I met the members of his trio, after hearing them lift up, support, and swing with the remarkable lyricism of Kalil's voice: pianist/composer Dan Marschak, bassist Ryan Lukas, and the young musical prodigy of the group, drummer Genius Wesley. What I heard that night, what has struck me again and again—and now once more on Time Stops—is a completeness to that voice, how Kalil takes a song and follows its story out. From the first note, Kalil brings a sense of discovery, of inventiveness to every tune—a mark of the very best. The spectrum of life and love is perfectly played and fully voiced on this album, from romantic disappointment and doubt all the way back to the gratitude of love fulfilled.” —Ken Bullock, San Francisco, California

    Recorded at 25th Street Studios by John Schimpf and by Nino Moschella at Bird and Egg Studios Mixed by Nino Moschella at Bird and Egg StudiosMastered by Adam PopowitzProduced by Kalil Wilson and Dan MarschakExecutive Production by Cyril Guiraud and Boris Frochen for DoubleOonePhotographed by Frederic Aube, Brett Stillo, Violetta Yakovleva and Philippe Perez Design by Kalil Wilson, Dan Marschak, Jackie Gay WilsonLiner notes by Ken Bullock and Andy GilbertDigital Distribution by Six Degrees RecordsAll rights reserved: ꊯ Kalil Wilson (BMI), Dan Marschak (BMI), Berkeley Everett (BMI

  • Song for You - Kalil Wilson & Dan Marschak Live at the Jazzschool

    6:16

    Kalil Wilson - Vocals
    Daniel Marschak - Piano


  • santana novus live

    3:40

    carlos santana & KALIL WILSON

  • Kalil Wilson - Dear To Me

    4:11

    From the album Time Stops

    Featuring Pianist/Composer Dan Marschak
    Genius Wesley, Percussionist
    Ryan Lukas, Bass




    Kalil is great! A real pleasure to hear.- HERBIE HANCOCK

    Kalil has the gift! I know it when I hear it. He is anointed. - CARLOS SANTANA

    A very special young talent with a unique sound that crosses through genres.- KENNY BURRELL

    An amazing and soulful sound.- WAYNE SHORTEROnly once in a long while, there arrives a vocal talent like this.- SETH RIGGS

    In less than a decade, vocalist Kalil Wilson has become one of the most potent and promising young vocalists of his generation. Gifted with a powerful yet nuanced voice and armed with a technical versatility that positions him comfortably in jazz, R&B, pop, and even classical, Wilson has earned high marks from the music press and has captivated audiences from Barcelona to Berkeley with performances that defy easy categorization. His bright reimagining of jazz standards and originals are well-informed by the rich history of great jazz singing while melding seamlessly with his heartfelt, eclectic stylings.An album this arresting doesn’t appear out of nowhere. Time Stops introduces Kalil Wilson as a fully formed artist whose graceful, emotionally incisive original songs feel like bespoke vehicles for his lithe, honeyed tenor. But he started storing away extraordinary musical experiences almost from birth, and his circuitous musical journey has led to encounters with a succession of sonic visionaries. For starters, he’s the son of pioneering Nigerian bassist Babá Ken Okulolo, who worked with King Sunny Ade, Fela Kuti, and Victor Olaiya before establishing himself as a bandleader in the Bay
    Area. Conservatory-trained and smitten with jazz, Wilson put together an impressive 2009 debut album, Easy To Love, focused on American Songbook standards. Then followed years of live performances, including dueting with legendary Cuban vocalist Omara Portuondo in Barcelona and singing with Herbie Hancock, Zakir Hussain, and Carlos Santana at the Hollywood Bowl. Now, debuting his own music and lyrics, working with longtime collaborator Dan Marschak, Kalil Wilson demonstrates that he’s far more than a pretty voice. —Andrew Gilbert, Berkeley, Calif.

    I remember the first time I heard Kalil Wilson. A few years ago, my friend, a discerning local jazz buff, had tipped me to the regular jazz nights at Club Deluxe in the Haight-Ashbury. The club advertised a jazz vocalist whose name seemed unfamiliar. That evening, I not only heard but met Kalil. And I met the members of his trio, after hearing them lift up, support, and swing with the remarkable lyricism of Kalil's voice: pianist/composer Dan Marschak, bassist Ryan Lukas, and the young musical prodigy of the group, drummer Genius Wesley. What I heard that night, what has struck me again and again—and now once more on Time Stops—is a completeness to that voice, how Kalil takes a song and follows its story out. From the first note, Kalil brings a sense of discovery, of inventiveness to every tune—a mark of the very best. The spectrum of life and love is perfectly played and fully voiced on this album, from romantic disappointment and doubt all the way back to the gratitude of love fulfilled.” —Ken Bullock, San Francisco, California

    Recorded at 25th Street Studios by John Schimpf and by Nino Moschella at Bird and Egg Studios Mixed by Nino Moschella at Bird and Egg StudiosMastered by Adam PopowitzProduced by Kalil Wilson and Dan MarschakExecutive Production by Cyril Guiraud and Boris Frochen for DoubleOonePhotographed by Frederic Aube, Brett Stillo, Violetta Yakovleva and Philippe Perez Design by Kalil Wilson, Dan Marschak, Jackie Gay WilsonLiner notes by Ken Bullock and Andy GilbertDigital Distribution by Six Degrees RecordsAll rights reserved: ꊯ Kalil Wilson (BMI), Dan Marschak (BMI), Berkeley Everett (BMI

  • Kalil Wilson / Smolensk Russia

    6:30

  • My shiny hour. Kalil Wilson .Kalil Wilson .Нижний НовгородЦК Рекорд 5.01.2019.

    7:38

    Kalil Amar Wilson(вокал), Вячеслав Золотовский (рояль), Максим Челомин (саксофон), Роман Плотников (контрабас),Денис Силантьев (барабаны).Рождественский джаз в Центр культуры Рекорд.Нижний Новгород.

  • Fly Me to the Moon - Абакан 22.04.2018

    15:07

    Fly Me to the Moon Калил Уилсон (Kalil Wilson), Константин Хазанович, Алексей Шевченко, Роман Ясенков, Виктор Залевский.

  • Kalil Wilson - The Wind

    5:38

    From the album Time Stops

    Featuring Pianist/Composer Dan Marschak
    Genius Wesley, Percussionist
    Ryan Lukas, Bass

    A few words on The Wind

    I wrote The Wind with a close collaborator, Berkeley Everett, ten years ago, and this song continues to be as mysterious and mercurial a creation to me today as it was when first composed,

    I'm happy to say that at the time of its creation, neither I nor Berkeley had much of an idea how the song would steer and inform our artistic world in the coming decade. Initially, its haunting melody and simple harmonies were an exciting piece of artwork to co-craft and welcome into my songbook. Ten years and two albums later, I have seen this song fly me across the globe and safely back home. Time and experience have gifted me with a deeply universal new perspective. I believe the song's undeniable mystique and appeal lies in expressing the universal vulnerability we all have.

    As if it were a precious and delicate flower, I do not wish to speak too much about it. I will say:
    The Wind communicates something that all humans are given the capacity to feel, something we all encounter in some dimension, a vital common thread that binds our hearts together.

    We each know what it is like to feel alone.

    For me, artistry is a gateway to understanding that no artist who has been given an art, taught a practice, or learned a craft, is ever truly alone.

    In the ten years since this song's birth, and through its living presence in our lives, both myself and Berkeley have witnessed that in windiest of seasons, our experiences in music have been the solid anchor that has kept us close to family and community.

    Fashioned loosely after a poem of the same name by a master riddler and poet, e.e. cummings, The Wind will remain a true riddle to me for as long as it is remembered and sung.

  • Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

    1:01

  • People Make the World Go ‘Round

    7:30

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    People Make the World Go ‘Round · Electric Squeezebox Orchestra + Voices

    Matter Is

    ℗ 2019 doubleOone

    Released on: 2019-06-28

    Producer: Cyril Guiraud
    Producer: Erik Jekabson
    Guitar: Jordan Samuels
    Vocal Solo: Kalil Wilson
    Composer Lyricist: Linda Creed
    Songwriter: Linda Creed
    Composer Lyricist: Thom Bell
    Songwriter: Thom Bell

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  • Kalil Wilson & Peter Hargreaves - Fly Me To The Moon

    4:33

  • Kalil Wilson - I Know What Loves Like

    3:41

    From the album Time Stops

  • Kalil Wilson - Time Stops

    4:56

    From the album Time Stops

    Featuring Pianist/Composer Dan Marschak
    Genius Wesley, Percussionist
    Ryan Lukas, Bass




    Kalil is great! A real pleasure to hear.- HERBIE HANCOCK

    Kalil has the gift! I know it when I hear it. He is anointed. - CARLOS SANTANA

    A very special young talent with a unique sound that crosses through genres.- KENNY BURRELL

    An amazing and soulful sound.- WAYNE SHORTEROnly once in a long while, there arrives a vocal talent like this.- SETH RIGGS

    In less than a decade, vocalist Kalil Wilson has become one of the most potent and promising young vocalists of his generation. Gifted with a powerful yet nuanced voice and armed with a technical versatility that positions him comfortably in jazz, R&B, pop, and even classical, Wilson has earned high marks from the music press and has captivated audiences from Barcelona to Berkeley with performances that defy easy categorization. His bright reimagining of jazz standards and originals are well-informed by the rich history of great jazz singing while melding seamlessly with his heartfelt, eclectic stylings.An album this arresting doesn’t appear out of nowhere. Time Stops introduces Kalil Wilson as a fully formed artist whose graceful, emotionally incisive original songs feel like bespoke vehicles for his lithe, honeyed tenor. But he started storing away extraordinary musical experiences almost from birth, and his circuitous musical journey has led to encounters with a succession of sonic visionaries. For starters, he’s the son of pioneering Nigerian bassist Babá Ken Okulolo, who worked with King Sunny Ade, Fela Kuti, and Victor Olaiya before establishing himself as a bandleader in the Bay
    Area. Conservatory-trained and smitten with jazz, Wilson put together an impressive 2009 debut album, Easy To Love, focused on American Songbook standards. Then followed years of live performances, including dueting with legendary Cuban vocalist Omara Portuondo in Barcelona and singing with Herbie Hancock, Zakir Hussain, and Carlos Santana at the Hollywood Bowl. Now, debuting his own music and lyrics, working with longtime collaborator Dan Marschak, Kalil Wilson demonstrates that he’s far more than a pretty voice. —Andrew Gilbert, Berkeley, Calif.

    I remember the first time I heard Kalil Wilson. A few years ago, my friend, a discerning local jazz buff, had tipped me to the regular jazz nights at Club Deluxe in the Haight-Ashbury. The club advertised a jazz vocalist whose name seemed unfamiliar. That evening, I not only heard but met Kalil. And I met the members of his trio, after hearing them lift up, support, and swing with the remarkable lyricism of Kalil's voice: pianist/composer Dan Marschak, bassist Ryan Lukas, and the young musical prodigy of the group, drummer Genius Wesley. What I heard that night, what has struck me again and again—and now once more on Time Stops—is a completeness to that voice, how Kalil takes a song and follows its story out. From the first note, Kalil brings a sense of discovery, of inventiveness to every tune—a mark of the very best. The spectrum of life and love is perfectly played and fully voiced on this album, from romantic disappointment and doubt all the way back to the gratitude of love fulfilled.” —Ken Bullock, San Francisco, California

    Recorded at 25th Street Studios by John Schimpf and by Nino Moschella at Bird and Egg Studios Mixed by Nino Moschella at Bird and Egg StudiosMastered by Adam PopowitzProduced by Kalil Wilson and Dan MarschakExecutive Production by Cyril Guiraud and Boris Frochen for DoubleOonePhotographed by Frederic Aube, Brett Stillo, Violetta Yakovleva and Philippe Perez Design by Kalil Wilson, Dan Marschak, Jackie Gay WilsonLiner notes by Ken Bullock and Andy GilbertDigital Distribution by Six Degrees RecordsAll rights reserved: ꊯ Kalil Wilson (BMI), Dan Marschak (BMI), Berkeley Everett (BMI

  • Kalil Wilson New Album Time Stops

    1:59

    Kalil is great! A real pleasure to hear.- HERBIE HANCOCK

    Kalil has the gift! I know it when I hear it. He is anointed. - CARLOS SANTANA

    A very special young talent with a unique sound that crosses through genres.- KENNY BURRELL

    An amazing and soulful sound.- WAYNE SHORTEROnly once in a long while, there arrives a vocal talent like this.- SETH RIGGS

    In less than a decade, vocalist Kalil Wilson has become one of the most potent and promising young vocalists of his generation. Gifted with a powerful yet nuanced voice and armed with a technical versatility that positions him comfortably in jazz, R&B, pop, and even classical, Wilson has earned high marks from the music press and has captivated audiences from Barcelona to Berkeley with performances that defy easy categorization. His bright reimagining of jazz standards and originals are well-informed by the rich history of great jazz singing while melding seamlessly with his heartfelt, eclectic stylings.An album this arresting doesn’t appear out of nowhere. Time Stops introduces Kalil Wilson as a fully formed artist whose graceful, emotionally incisive original songs feel like bespoke vehicles for his lithe, honeyed tenor. But he started storing away extraordinary musical experiences almost from birth, and his circuitous musical journey has led to encounters with a succession of sonic visionaries. For starters, he’s the son of pioneering Nigerian bassist Babá Ken Okulolo, who worked with King Sunny Ade, Fela Kuti, and Victor Olaiya before establishing himself as a bandleader in the Bay
    Area. Conservatory-trained and smitten with jazz, Wilson put together an impressive 2009 debut album, Easy To Love, focused on American Songbook standards. Then followed years of live performances, including dueting with legendary Cuban vocalist Omara Portuondo in Barcelona and singing with Herbie Hancock, Zakir Hussain, and Carlos Santana at the Hollywood Bowl. Now, debuting his own music and lyrics, working with longtime collaborator Dan Marschak, Kalil Wilson demonstrates that he’s far more than a pretty voice. —Andrew Gilbert, Berkeley, Calif.

    I remember the first time I heard Kalil Wilson. A few years ago, my friend, a discerning local jazz buff, had tipped me to the regular jazz nights at Club Deluxe in the Haight-Ashbury. The club advertised a jazz vocalist whose name seemed unfamiliar. That evening, I not only heard but met Kalil. And I met the members of his trio, after hearing them lift up, support, and swing with the remarkable lyricism of Kalil's voice: pianist/composer Dan Marschak, bassist Ryan Lukas, and the young musical prodigy of the group, drummer Genius Wesley. What I heard that night, what has struck me again and again—and now once more on Time Stops—is a completeness to that voice, how Kalil takes a song and follows its story out. From the first note, Kalil brings a sense of discovery, of inventiveness to every tune—a mark of the very best. The spectrum of life and love is perfectly played and fully voiced on this album, from romantic disappointment and doubt all the way back to the gratitude of love fulfilled.” —Ken Bullock, San Francisco, California

    Recorded at 25th Street Studios by John Schimpf and by Nino Moschella at Bird and Egg Studios Mixed by Nino Moschella at Bird and Egg StudiosMastered by Adam PopowitzProduced by Kalil Wilson and Dan MarschakExecutive Production by Cyril Guiraud and Boris Frochen for DoubleOonePhotographed by Frederic Aube, Brett Stillo, Violetta Yakovleva and Philippe Perez Design by Kalil Wilson, Dan Marschak, Jackie Gay WilsonLiner notes by Ken Bullock and Andy GilbertDigital Distribution by Six Degrees RecordsAll rights reserved: ꊯ Kalil Wilson (BMI), Dan Marschak (BMI), Berkeley Everett (BMI

  • Kalil Wilson and the Soul Providers - This Good

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    Kalil Wilson and the Soul Providers rock UCLA's Spring Sing 2008. Featuring Kalil Wilson (lead vocals), Alex Isley (vocals), Lindsey Jackson (vocals), Phil Harris (vocals), Elliot Deutsch (trumpet), Will Magid (trumpet), Aaron Leibowitz (alto sax), Alan McFarlane (trombone), Ray Bergstrom (guitar), Noah Garabedian (bass), Mark Banner (drums) and Berkeley Everett (keyboard)

  • KALIL WILSON - SONGS IN THE KEY OF LOVE recording session announcement

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    Announcing Kalil Wilson recording session at 25th Street Studios in Oakland CA on April 14th as part of the 001 Experience
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    Line up:
    Kalil Wilson - Vocals and compositions
    Dan Marschak - RhodesPiano/Rhodes
    Ryan Lukas - Bass
    Genius Wesley - Drums



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  • Kalil Wilson, Москва, 27.06.2018

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    Выступление известного джазового певца Kalil Wilson в Kozlov Club, Москва, 27 июня 2018г

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    From the album Time Stops

  • My Romance

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  • The 001 Experience - Kalil Wilson Testimonials

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    Our guests about their 001 Experience after attending the KALIL WILSON - TIMELESS recording session at 25th Street Recording Studio on Dec 16th.

  • Kalil Wilson - Let Me Know Your Heart

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    From the album Time Stops

    Featuring Pianist/Composer Dan Marschak
    Genius Wesley, Percussionist
    Ryan Lukas, Bass

  • Kalil Wilson / Воскресный jazz в White night / J&M School

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    Концерт учеников Школы Джаза и Мюзикла J&M School в ресторане White Night Music Joint, 9 декабря 2018 года

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  • Silent Night - Christmas Liturgy 2020, Moscow

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  • Kalil Wilson @ UCLA JazzReggaeFestival 2009 Nature Boy

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    Khalil Wilson @ UCLA JazzReggaeFestival 2009 singing Nat King Cole's Nature Boy

  • The Nearness Of You. Kalil Wilson .Нижний НовгородЦК Рекорд 5.01.2019.

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    Kalil Amar Wilson(вокал), Вячеслав Золотовский (рояль), Максим Челомин (саксофон), Роман Плотников (контрабас),Денис Силантьев (барабаны).Рождественский джаз в Центр культуры Рекорд.Нижний Новгород.

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