Canis lupis - Darryl Way’s Wolf

Canis lupis
Darryl Way was founder member of the legendary Curved Air, a group that brought Ways strident electric violin playing to the fore on a string of hit albums. In 1973, Way formed Wolf, a progressive outfit featuring guitarist John Etheridge, bassist Dek Messecar (later in Caravan) and drummer Ian Mosley (now in Marillion). The music was a heady mixture of styles and secured the band a contract with Decca'sDeram label. Canis Lupus was the group'sdebut, produced by King Crimson member Ian McDonald (who also guested on the record). This first ever UK CD reissue of the album includes bonus tracks, expanded artwork and is released to coincide with Curved Airs reformation and appearance at the Isle of Wight festival in June 2008.
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