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Late Night Dreams with Omar Kama

Late Night Dreams with Omar Kama by Omar Kamal buy album

Omar Kamal

Label: Estuana Records
Released: 2021
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Track Listing

In The Wee Small Hours


Omar Kamal
Omar Kamal

voice / vocals

Quentin Collins
Quentin Collins


Conor Chaplin

bass, acoustic

Album Description

Omar Kamal goes back to the origins from where his passion for singing started. The world of jazz, swing, and blues inspired him at the age of 15 to evolve from a young pianist engrossed in the classical world of music to a singer/composer embarking on an exciting journey to showcase his music with his voice as the lead instrument. "In The Wee Small Hours", a jazz standard released in the 1950s by Frank Sinatra, has been recreated by Omar Kamal and his band as part of a new jazz album singing timeless classics and original compositions in that style. Produced in collaboration with the Abu Dhabi Festival, the album titled Late Night Dreams with Omar Kamal will precede a world tour starting in New York at the world famous Jazz At Lincoln Center on October 9th. Omar Kamal commenting on the song: "This is where it all started…the exclusive world of jazz and ballads which has allowed me to dig deep into the hidden corners of the soul, and come out with expressions of that soul in the form of music and song." Lyrical Theme: "In the wee small hours of the morning, while the whole wide world is fast asleep, you lie awake and think about the girl, and never ever think of counting sheep…" “In The Wee Small Hours”, is available across all global digital and streaming platforms.


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