Immanuel Wilkins: “The 7th Hand” (Blue Note)

Saxophonist Immanuel Wilkins’ sophomore album — creative, conceptually ambitious and deeply emotional — cements his status as a generational talent. Its title, The 7th Hand, references the Biblical notion that divine presence (represented by the number 7) can allow us to overcome the constraints of our mortal capacity to create (the number 6). In a

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