"Convergence" is the imaginative outcome of live concert performances of three accomplished musicians who all release their music through Spotted Peccary Music: Deborah Martin, Greg Klamt and Mark Rownd. The 55-minute album features some quiet, lush and ethereal textural pads which are nicely blended with Taos drums, various flutes and assorted acoustic percussion. It all leads to varied, atmospheric and overall dreamy ambient music drenched in serenity and with beautiful cinematic undercurrents.
For me, "Blue Lake" (containing a slight touch of Andreas Vollenweider) and the closing track "Tibet" (nicely roaming in David Parsons territory) are the real highlights here.
The lush impressionist narratives on this overall pleasing instrumental album shine even more due to the impeccable sound and high production quality as we know it from the guys from Spotted Peccary. "Convergence" is highly recommended.