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Darryl Way Expands His Vivaldi Experience

March 27, 2018

One of the most famous pieces comprising the canon, “Vivaldi” – that appeared on the band’s second album, 1970’s “Air Conditioning” – had been composed by Darryl Way before the ensemble emerged on the scene, in 1968. And now, to … Continue reading

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DARRYL WAY – Myths, Legends And Tales

August 8, 2016

Right Honourable 2016 Ex- classicist explores the creations of human subconscious and extends ancient imagination. Given the long-running link between symphonic music and narrative lore of various religions, it’s rather surprising that Darryl Way touched upon the subject just once, … Continue reading

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Darryl Way Unveils The Mysteries

February 16, 2016

Mythology of various kinds has always been connected to music, and many artists based their whole albums on different legends. And if  didn’t dig as deep, the band’s former violinist Darryl Way is to present his personal view on the common … Continue reading

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DARRYL WAY – Children Of The Cosmos

February 8, 2015

Cherry Red 2014 Leaving the curved air behind him, a bow master explodes into space. It’s been a long sailing towards erstwhile rock waters for Darryl Way. Save for a brief return to , the sounds he produced in the … Continue reading

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Darryl Way explores cosmogony

June 9, 2014

It’s an almost unprecedented burst of creativity on the ‘s founding father’s part. In the last decades Darryl Way‘s work rate hasn’t been high, yet now he follows up last year’s with a new release. Out now, “Children Of The … Continue reading

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