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JUDY DYBLE – Weaving Of A Silver Magic

April 7, 2020

Cromerzone 2020 Let the lark of English folk take the listener down to Elysian fields – live and elevated. More often than not, ‘s songs inhabit some other dimension, slightly removed from our reality, a place where elegy has taken … Continue reading

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Judy Dyble Releases A Chamber Live Album

February 10, 2020

is a national treasure, her ballads – especially those that comprise the artist’s solo oeuvre – digging deep in English folklore while creative a truly individual narrative. Enchanting in studio environment, on-stage these pieces take on a different life: that’s … Continue reading

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Judy Dyble Observes Natural Slumber

May 4, 2018

It’s difficult to believe that hasn’t release a solo album for five years now. Yes, there was a in the wake of and there was some live performances, including ones with the briefly reformed TRADER HORNE, and session work, yet … Continue reading

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Judy Dyble and Andy Lewis Dance Into Summer

May 30, 2017

Whatever’s in her past,  is a unique artist. Maybe, she’s been making up for a decades-long hiatus, but her latter-day run of records surpasses the singer’s work with FAIRPORTS and TRADER HORNE in terms of experimentation, and not for nothing … Continue reading

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SPIRITS BURNING & CLEARLIGHT – The Roadmap In Your Head

May 28, 2017

Gonzo 2016 Second trip by American art-rock traveler and French prog impressionist chart mental routes into the unknown that’s always out there near us. For each of these collectives, it’s always been about concepts and the looseness thereof, yet if … Continue reading

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