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9 thoughts on “ Darryl Ways Wolf - Night Music (CD, Album)

  1. ARTIST: Darryl Way's Wolf. TITLE: Night Music. LABEL: Deram. CAT: SML FORMAT: LP, Album. COUNTRY: New Zealand. RELEASED: GENRE: Rock. STYLES: Prog Rock.
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  3. Darryl Way's Wolf: Night Music ‎ (CD, Album, RE, Pap) Deram: SML US: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release New Submission. Add to Collection /5(5).
  4. Dec 03,  · Night Music, an Album by Darryl Way's Wolf. Released in on Deram (catalog no. SML ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Progressive Rock. Featured peformers: J.W. Hodkinson (vocals), Darryl Way (violin, keyboards), John Etheridge (guitar), Ian Mosley (drums), Dek Messecar (bass), Shaun Davies (producer), Derek Varnals (engineer)/5(5).
  5. The band's second album, released a few scant months after their debut, found Darryl Way and co. still edging away from the Curved Air ideal, without doing anything to truly alienate that band's loyal followers.
  6. Nov 19,  · In , the vocalist John Hodkyson joined Wolf and the band recorded the album Night Music, which is considered the best. At the end of the tour, Way dismissed Wolf and reformed Curved Air .
  7. After two successful years and three seminal albums, violinist Darryl Way departed Curved Air in search of a tougher, heavier sound. Gathering a trio of little known musicians around him -- future Soft Machine guitarist John Etheridge, vocalist/bassist and future Caravan member Dek Messecar, and future Trace and Marillion drummer Ian Mosley, Darryl Way swiftly inked a deal with Decca's Deram.
  8. Darryl Way's Wolf recorded three albums together: "Canis Lupus" (); "Saturation Point" () and "Night Music" (). The first album "Canis Lupus" (the Latin name for Wolf), features a number of classical themes, so let's travel Bach in time now to the proggy annus mirabilis year of and take a look at the album from a 21st century.

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