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Judy Dyble


Prog Folk

4.34 | 11 ratings

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5 stars She is back! The great Judy Dyble with her beautiful voice. What a great album, a follow up to the acclaimed former album - talking with strangers. In my opinion Judy Dyble is one of the great singers of our era. From Fairport convention, early King Crimson period with her astonishing "I talk to the wind" version, the amazing Trader Horne album and to our days with all the great albums she make. Her new album is very quiet I would say magical. The starter Black Dog Dreams is a powerful beginner, followed by Featherdancing ? a wonderful song about 3 sisters who wanted to dance. Beautiful Child is a sweet song followed by the powerful Crowbaby. The last song is 11 minutes long and is a great closer to this magnificent album. I can't stop listening and I wish Judy Dyble will keep on singing and bring us joy. This album is somewhat progressive in the veins of the great prog folk albums of the 70's like Trees, Fairport Convention, Pentangle with the unique undistinguished voice of Judy Dyble. Enjoy.
progshachar | 5/5 |


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