The Wolves, hailing from Wolverhampton, were a promising band signed to Pye Information in mid-1964. Fronted by business lead vocalist Bob Holt (no regards to the American vocalist of this name), that they had a reasonably brooding sound, mainly because of his quasi-operatic delivery, a robust and dramatic rock and roll tenor that recalled Roy Orbison. He also whistled to great impact, and both of his main talents were place to good make use of on the debut solitary, “Trip Into Dreams.” Regrettably, that A-side, which might’ve produced some business in the first many years of the 1960s, was a touch too un-British sounding, in the conditions of 1964 — no weighty tempo guitars or traveling beat — to create much headway, in the home or overseas. The group vanished into background around the center of the 10 years, and were following noticed from in 2004 on Castle Information’ Beat, Defeat, Defeat, Vol. 4.