Includes the following songs: Light is not straight, Cry again, Don't lose yourself in me, I don't care, Song for the road, What it was was, October afternoon, Your face passing, Lightbearer, Like beasts, Dancing alone, Toma by you, Bluebird Echo, Protest, boogie, Worried life blues, Childless blues, Terminal blues, Just howl, Drifting, Luv yur big 'b's, Addiction song, Fang's car, Rattlesnake rock, What else blues, How much can a rich man take, and Wolverine roll.Wolfe Pack was an atypical band that first played in the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia for years. Some songs were written in 1964 for Joe & the Rebels sock hop appearances. Mostly, we sang Elvis it was what the dancers wanted, so we complied they were still fun to sing. After moving to northern Idaho in in 1970, we made up, borrowed and transformed songs at some meetings of the Palouse Poets Collective (near Four-mile Creek, Viola, Idaho). At first we met at the Downtown Ladies Club, which not only served the Ladies Quilting Club, but also the County Voting, Social Meetings, Flea Markets, and Community Potluck Dinners. The building survived the old bar, gas station, country store, and post office, which were lost to the consolidation madness of progress. Later we moved the sessions to a cabin in Altazor Forest (75 acres), often around a bonfire at the edge of the Palouse grasses. There were three guitars and three buffalo drums'some songs worked out better in the dark. When friends from Oregon and Washington visited, we would sometimes host a Council of All Beings. Several members moved to a 420-acre forest in Oregon and played around the Umpqua River Valley after 1990 (we all seem to like river valleys). The band expanded with new members in 2000 and played in Bulgaria until2002 we were centered in the Ostretz river valley but played gigs throughout the country, as well as in Greece, Romania and Yugoslavia. We often played in discos and had to adjust the selections for that surviving venue (in Europe). Since then except for a long new year's session every year, we practice using Skype.