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    Posted: July 12 2020 at 12:45
She lived to the fullest until cancer finally claimed her.  Very sorry to lose a great musician and a friend.
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Sad news indeed.  I am sorry for your loss, sounds as though you knew her.  
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Nice vid from 1968 with Fairport and Dyble....


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There is an album with David Longdon scheduled for release on 25 September.
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saw her at Cropredy just a few years ago.  RIP Judy 
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That's very sad news. I love the first Fairport album she's on and the Trader Horne record. RIP Judy.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Mortte Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 13 2020 at 02:38
Very sad news!! Really didn´t know about her sickness. She really did great albums in her last years, really wait that coming one! Here´s one great piece from her "Summer Dancing" album of 2017, which I think is one of the greatest albums of 2010-decade:
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I've always been a huge fan of Judy Dyble, ever since I heard her sweet voice on the first Fairport Convention album. The video below is the longest song from the "Morning Way" album that Judy recorded with Jackie McAuley under the name Trader Horne, who sound remarkably like early Fairport Convention.
 
TRADER HORNE - The Mixed Up Kind (1970)
 


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This was first time when I heard about Judy, when one of my friend bought "Young Person´s Guide To King Crimson" & told there is this really great version of "I talk to the wind":
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RIP.
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Yes, very sad news. I'm glad that she was able to make some well received solo albums in the last decade. RIP.
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I know she was very active on Facebook, and some of my friends there were in contact with her. They were devastated at her passing. Though I did not know her personally, I was very sad to hear she left us so early. I hope she rests in peace.
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R.I.P. Judy Dyble. She’s talking to the wind now.
Just heard that John Travolta’s wife, Kelly Preston, sadly passed away not long ago.


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The original version of King Crimson's "I Talk to the Wind" by Giles, Giles & Fripp with Judy Dyble on vocals.
 
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My favorite is this song, "Harpsong," which reunited Fripp and McDonald for a VERY Crimsonish sound; first half of song is autobiographical story of Judy's life, when she abandoned music to her rediscovery of her love for it which led to true happiness for her.
Please listen to this song, and the lyrics, and shed a tear for this woman who never failed to wish me a happy birthday or to entertain me with her song,

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"Harpsong" really is the greatest song in "Talking With Strangers". I am also feeling sorry for your loss, even I have been very sad today about her passing although I became a fan of her in last decade.
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