JUDY DYBLE PROFILED
Posted by Sid Smith on Aug 6, 2007 - This post is archived and may no longer be relevant

Judy Dyble is the subject of substantial article by writer Richie Unterberger in the September edition of Record Collector. 


Talking about her time in Fairport Convention and Trader Horne, she naturally touches upon her time in Brondesbury Road and Giles, Giles & Fripp.  Elsewhere the article explores her return to recording with her albums Spindle and The Whorl, both of which include contributions from the great Roberto. 

“Marc Swordfish(producer) asked me if I thought Robert would add something to one of the sonfs, so I( asked Robert if he would. To our delight he asked for a couple of songs that we thought he might be able to add something to, and he chose Shining to add a guitar part and a soundscape. His additions were so beautiful that Marc produced three versions with different instrumentation, one on each of Spindle and The Whorl and the third version, which is just the soundscape, a heartbeat and my vocal, which is on the limited edition vinyl LP. I think that’s my favourite version.”

You can check out samples of these albums over on Judy’s website and of course over on myspace.

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