Convergence (Warren Wolf album)

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Studio album by
ReleasedJune 10, 2016
LabelMack Avenue

Convergence is an album by Warren Wolf.

Music and release[edit]

The final track is played by Wolf alone.[1] The others feature Wolf with various combinations of four other musicians.[1]

The album was released by Mack Avenue Records on June 10, 2016; it was Wolf's third album for the label.[2]


Professional ratings
Review scores
Down Beat[3]
The Irish Times[4]
The Times[5]

The Down Beat reviewer commented that the contributions of Wolf's band were not always as strong as might be expected.[3]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Soul Sisters"
  2. "Four Stars from Heaven"
  3. "King of Two Fives"
  4. "New Beginning"
  5. "Cell Phone"
  6. "Montara"
  7. "Havoc"
  8. "Tergiversation"
  9. "Knocks Me off My Feet"
  10. "A Prayer for the Christian Man"
  11. "Stardust / The Minute Waltz"



  1. ^ a b Miriello, Ralph A. (June 21, 2106) "Warren Wolf's 'Convergence': Converging on Excellence". The Huffington Post.
  2. ^ "Convergence". Mack Avenue Records. Retrieved December 12, 2016.
  3. ^ a b Considine, J. D. (August 2016) "Warren Wolf – Convergence". Down Beat. p. 70.
  4. ^ Larkin, Cormac (June 23, 2016) "Warren Wolf - Convergence Album Review: Holding His Own Among the Heavyweights". The Irish Times.
  5. ^ Pearson, Chris (June 17, 2016) "Jazz: Warren Wolf: Convergence". The Times.