Tag Archives: Alistair Murphy

THE CURATOR – Where The Stars Will Give Way To The Morning

July 12, 2018

Cromerzone 2018 Inside out and beyond the pale, English musician takes his listener on celestial mindtrip towards matutinal rapture. “When everything’s done here, then you can go”: emerging at the end of The Curator’s third record, these words are far … Continue reading

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JUDY DYBLE – Live At WM Jazz

October 16, 2014

Cromerzone 2014 Unique performance from unique artiste creating enchanted garden in the midst of urban jungle. “Concert recording” and : for many years these words couldn’t share a context. Since the late ’60s, the singer’s on-stage appearances have been sporadic … Continue reading

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Judy Dyble comes alive

July 7, 2014

A mythical figure for decades, the last years saw gloriously coming back. Going from strength to strength, her 2013’s brace of and was little short of sensational, yet even more sensational was the folk heroine’s return to the stage. Not … Continue reading

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THE CURATOR – Inside The Whale And Other Songs

August 15, 2013

Cromerzone 2013 An exquisite flight of nocturnal fantasy by a man who lives and breathes art to build his own edifice on respectable relics. There’s no braggadocio in Alistair Murphy’s pseudonym: in real life he’s a Norfolk museum curator but, … Continue reading

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JUDY DYBLE – Flow And Change

August 8, 2013

Gonzo 2013 British progressive folk doyenne spins another set of tales, up close and personal. “I am the creature of legend and lie,” goes gently rocking opener “Black Dog Dreams” as if to sum up not only the canine view … Continue reading

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