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4.53 | 11 ratings | 1 reviews | 45% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Summer Gathers (6:04)
2. Enchanted Garden (7:41)
3. Rivers Flow (4:43)
4. New World (7:59)
5. Nimbus/Thitherwood (7:44)
6. Long Way Home (6:17)
7. For You (6:34)
8. Star Crazy (5:56)
9. Nue! Blue (8:24)
10. Going Home (5:25)

Total Time 66:47

Line-up / Musicians

- Judy Dyble / vocals

- Peter Pracownik / acoustic, electric & slide guitars
- Simon House / violin
- Stevie B / saxophone
- Marc Swordfish / keyboards, programming, percussion, producer
- Paul Chousmer / keyboards (5)
- Buaku / bass (6)
- David Gates / guitar (7)
- Malcom Stammers / piano (8)

Releases information

Artwork: Peter Pracownik, taken from the book "The Enchanted World of Peter Pracownik"

CD Talking Elephant - TECD 068 (2004, UK)

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JUDY DYBLE Enchanted Garden ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(45%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(9%)
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Review by admireArt
5 stars When the late night is falling, after all its frenzy, do yourself some good, dwell in this "Enchanted Garden".

I never thought that Judy Dyble's first "solo" work, will turn out to be this good. A masterpiece of creativity by its own. It travels through highly inspired compositions, solid as ethereal, unique as daring and yet completely unpretentious. Flawless as the song by song count goes. It not only offers "one style" pen written compositions, opposite to that, it is rich in musical proposals and ideas, full of heart felt emotions, blended naturally in all kinds of intriguing musical "twists and turns", which sublime simplicity into masterworks. And of course every single second of the work, is backed up by masterful and completely compromised performances by the "ALL Star" musicians in this project.

Pure, unpretentious, yet infinitely detailed flawless arrangements, that are constantly moving forward in ascending progressions, all brought down to planet Earth by Mrs. Dyble's exquisite (not sweet), unique vocals. She sings her personal "astronomical" and intimate poetry, but never sacrifices music to do so. Opposite to that, she enhances and gives scope to the amazing songwriting and performances. WOW!!

Really, give yourself a moment with this woman, she will not dissapoint you, far from that, you will return enlightened from the experience. (The Prog/Folk tagging sells it short, considering the diverse musical directions of the compositions and the sometimes completely electrified performances, do not expect Prog/Folk as such!!)

*****5 "Masterpiece" PA stars!!

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