Tag Archives: Judy Dyble

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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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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Judy Dyble with Dave Thompson: An Accidental Musician

August 24, 2016

Soundcheck Books 2016 Completing her comeback into collective conscious, former “lost lady of folk” finds the courage to go down memory lane and make it a highway to the future. A footnote in the history of British popular music: that’s … Continue reading

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Judy Dyble Releases An Autobiography

May 10, 2016

She’s a brilliant storyteller, , which is something you could expect from someone with a librarian bent and a band disposition. She might have been too shy to show it back in FAIRPORT CONVENTION or TRADER HORNE, yet pieces like … Continue reading

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