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Judy Dyble

Judy Dyble
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England
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Judith Aileen Dyble, better known as Judy Dyble (pronounced Die-bull), (born 13 February 1949 London) is an award-winning British singer-songwriter most notable for being one of the vocalists with, and founder members of, Fairport Convention and Trader Horne; in between these she, along with Ian McDonald joined and recorded several tracks with Giles, Giles and Fripp, which, after her departure, evolved into King Crimson.
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Releases on file (12)
Dave Thompson — The Incomplete Angler - 10 Years of Fruits de Mer Records Dave Thompson — The Incomplete Angler - 10 Years of Fruits de Mer Records
(, 2018, TPB)
The Honey Pot — Ascending Scales The Honey Pot — Ascending Scales
(Fruits de Mer Winkle 25, 2016, 2LP)
Spirits Burning & Clearlight — The Roadmap in Your Head Spirits Burning & Clearlight — The Roadmap in Your Head
(Gonzo Multimedia HST423, 2016, CD)
Various Artists — A Séance at Syd’s Various Artists — A Séance at Syd’s
(Mega Dodo , 2015, 2CD+Book)
Sleepyard — Black Sails Sleepyard — Black Sails
(Global Recording Artists GRA 13442, 2014, CD)
Judy Dyble — Flow and Change Judy Dyble — Flow and Change
(Gonzo Multimedia HST150CD, 2013, CD)
Judy Dyble — Talking with Strangers Judy Dyble — Talking with Strangers
(Brilliant Music FXTR CD113, 2009, CD)
Judy Dyble — Spindle Judy Dyble — Spindle
(Talking Elephant TECD084, 2006, CD)
Judy Dyble — The Whorl Judy Dyble — The Whorl
(Talking Elephant TECD094, 2006, CD)
Judy Dyble — Enchanted Garden Judy Dyble — Enchanted Garden
(Talking Elephant TECD068, 2004, CD)
Fairport Convention — Fairport Convention Fairport Convention — Fairport Convention
(Polydor 068 291-2, 1968/2003, Cd)
The Incredible String Band — The Hangman's Beautiful Daughter The Incredible String Band — The Hangman's Beautiful Daughter
(Fledg'ling Records FLED 3078, 1968/2010, CD)

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