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Artwork| Tracklist | Credits

Warren Wolf – vibraphone [all tracks]

Brett Williams – Fender Rhodes [1, 4, 6, 7, 10]; piano [2, 3, 5, 7–9]

Richie Goods – electric bass [1–7, 10] upright bass [8]

Mark Whitfield – guitar [4, 6]

Carroll “CV” Dashiell III – drums, percussion [1–8, 10]

Imani-Grace Cooper – vocals [4, 6–8]; background vocals [5]

Marcellus “Bassman” Shepard – vocals [1, 4, 7, 10]

Warren Wolf


On his latest album, Warren Wolf reveals an entirely different side to his multi-faceted talents. As the title implies, Reincarnation represents a rebirth of sorts for the Baltimore vibesman. In part, it frees Wolf to indulge his love for the R&B and soul hits that served as the soundtrack to his formative years in the 1990s. It’s also a celebration of a new lease on life, a happiness and contentment that he’s discovered through a new marriage and his five beloved children.

Since graduating from Berklee, Warren Wolf has taken the jazz world by storm, first as a sideman in Christian McBride’s Inside Straight quintet, then with his self-titled Mack Avenue debut in 2011 and Wolfgang in 2013. Now the vibraphonist-composer and multi-instrumentalist takes things up another notch on his excellent all-star outing, Convergence.

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