The BBC have called it a “sophisticated triumph”, while Record Collector found it “a splendid album”. Judy Dyble, best know as the first singer of Fairport Convention and featured on their brilliant first album, was also a part of the embryonic King Crimson before forming legendary folk-rock group Trader Horne, whose albums are among the most collectible today. She also sang on The Incredible String Band’s legendary psych-folk classic “The Hangman’s Beautiful Daughter”.
She recently made an incredible comeback after 30 years away from the business. On her new solo album she is aided by an unbelievable cast including Robert Fripp, Ian McDonald, Pat Mastelotto and Tim Bowness as well as musicians and singers from Fairport Convention, Steeleye Span and The Trees. “Talking With Strangers” is an amazing journey through folk-rock, electronica and progressive rock. Termo Records are extremely proud to release this exclusively in Scandinavia.
For more info and samples, go to www.myspace.com/judydyble