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Judy Dyble - Spindle (2006) [Re-Up]

Posted By: Designol
Judy Dyble - Spindle (2006) [Re-Up]

Judy Dyble - Spindle (2006)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 340 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 152 Mb | Scans included
Label: Talking Elephant | # TECD 084 | Time: 00:45:58
British Folk, Folk-Rock, Folk-Prog, Prog-Rock

Judy Dyble (the original singer with Fairport Convention) now has a cross-over market appeal working with Marc Swordfish, writer and singer of Australasia, this album offers appealing treats for both to the Folk/Folk Rock and Ambient markets. With "Spindle", we see the development of Dyble's music to a much higher level with the musical directions of Mark Swordfish plus the involvement of internationally acclaimed guitarist Robert Fripp (King Crimson). Also featured here is a reworking of "See Emily Play", the classic Syd Barrett/Pink Floyd song she recorded in the 1970's with King Crimson precusor Giles Giles & Fripp.

Judy Dyble - Talking With Strangers (2009)

Posted By: Designol
Judy Dyble - Talking With Strangers (2009)

Judy Dyble - Talking With Strangers (2009)
EAC | WV | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 325 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 97 Mb | Scans ~ 77 Mb
Label: Brilliant Music, FiXiT Records | # FXTR CD113 | Time: 00:42:22
British Folk, Folk-Rock, Folk-Prog, Prog-Rock, Psychedelic

Talking with Strangers is an album first issued in the UK in 2009, by Judy Dyble featuring Robert Fripp, Ian McDonald, Julianne Regan, Simon Nicol, Tim Bowness, Jacqui McShee, Pat Mastelotto, Alistair Murphy, Celia Humphris, Laurie A'Court, Rachel Hall, Mark Fletcher, Jeremy Salmon, Paul Robinson, John Gillies, Sanchia Pattinson and Harry Fletcher.

Judy Dyble - The Whorl (2006) [Re-Up]

Posted By: Designol
Judy Dyble - The Whorl (2006) [Re-Up]

Judy Dyble - The Whorl (2006)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 330 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 154 Mb | Scans included
Label: Talking Elephant | # TECD094 | Time: 00:45:46
British Folk, Folk-Rock, Folk-Prog, Prog-Rock, Ambient

The final instalment of Judy’s entrancing trilogy of albums for Talking Elephant is a perfect continuation of the second (Spindle), notably in the consistency of both its poetic lyrical invention and its adopted sound-world. It brings eight more new songs to the table, resplendent in beautiful aural clothing that’s smooth but edgy, refined but somehow quite primeval. The dominant timbre is, as before, intelligent prog-ambient keyboard texturings, which are all down to the wizardry of Judy’s chief collaborator Mark Swordfish (of Astralasia); however, such is the excellence of the recording that neither is Judy’s vocal ever in danger of being drowned in a sea of synths nor are the key instrumental lines or "voices" held anywhere but in exemplary balance.