+ Wayne Krantz, Geoffrey Keezer, Seamus Blake, Keith
"But even when the music is filled with complex, intertwining lines that prove the mettle of everyone involved even as they avoid any trappings of excess, it still grooves in a booty-shaking way—even when Wilkenfeld challenges with shifting meters. For those who've discovered Wilkenfeld via her work with Jeff Beck, the thoroughly exciting Transformation provides an even broader window into this remarkable bassist with a promising future." (allaboutjazz. com)
"Most revealing are the ballads. “The River of Life” and the autobiographical “Table For One” unfold via various themes and development, introducing major and minor moods and different feels along the way. The anthem may well be “The Truth Be Told.” Co-written with Keezer, it’s a perfect, understated bossa ballad carried by Tal’s expressive melody reading and usual assured solo. As Vinnie Colaiuta observes in his liner notes, there’s plenty of nuance and subtlety beneath the surface, but make no mistake, this lass is poised to soar." (bassplayer. com)
Truth be told
The river of life
Table for one
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