Icarus - The Marvel World Of Icarus (Album Cover Art) - Framed Print - 16"H x 16"W
A 16"H x 16"W" framed print of The Marvel World Of Icarus Album Cover Art
We know next too nothing about Icarus, in fact if nothing was here, you would be better to ask him
The only thing we do know is that John Michael Glyn Etheridge who is an English jazz fusion guitarist associated with the Canterbury Scene, played guitar on it and recalled the following:
"I'd been on the fringes of the London rock scene for a couple of years, and one of the musicians I came across was [Icarus woodwinds player] Norrie Devine. I desperately needed somewhere to live, and he put me in touch with Peter Curtain."
Curtain, the drummer for Icarus, set Etheridge up with a flat and offered him a spot in the band after their guitarist left. Though the album sleeve credited Etheridge for all the guitar parts, only one track featured him as the sole guitarist (though he did overdubs on several other tracks).He stayed with Icarus for their subsequent tour of Romania, which ended abruptly when President Nicolae Ceaușescu ordered the band to be deported. The Romanian tour marked their final public appearance.