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Re: Prog Synch Listen: Judy Dyble, In Memoriam, Friday 17th July @ 9pm

Postby C » 17 Jul 2020, 21:16

Lovely flute




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Re: Prog Synch Listen: Judy Dyble, In Memoriam, Friday 17th July @ 9pm

Postby LMG » 17 Jul 2020, 21:16

kath wrote:
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C wrote:By the way the bassist went on to Mungo Jerry





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According to WIkipedia, there was a festival in Newcastle organised to launch Trader Horne. Before they could play, Judy left the band! So they did not play, and the slot was used to launch...Mungo Jerry.


does it say why she left the band?


An article in the Guardian newspaper says 'a crisis of confidence'. She suffered from terrible stage fright and hated touring, both the driving in vans and the performances, which terrified her.

Sad.

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Re: Prog Synch Listen: Judy Dyble, In Memoriam, Friday 17th July @ 9pm

Postby John aka Josh » 17 Jul 2020, 21:16

LMG wrote:These are amazing songs - they sound trad. arr, but are all written by Jackie McAuley, apart from the next one...




Almost all - Judy wrote the title track and co wrote Velvet to the Throne with Martin Quittendon. His future credits include Rod Stewart's You Wear it Well & Maggie May.
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Re: Prog Synch Listen: Judy Dyble, In Memoriam, Friday 17th July @ 9pm

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LMG wrote:
kath wrote:
LMG wrote:
According to WIkipedia, there was a festival in Newcastle organised to launch Trader Horne. Before they could play, Judy left the band! So they did not play, and the slot was used to launch...Mungo Jerry.


does it say why she left the band?


An article in the Guardian newspaper says 'a crisis of confidence'. She suffered from terrible stage fright and hated touring, both the driving in vans and the performances, which terrified her.

Sad.


awww. that's sad.

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Re: Prog Synch Listen: Judy Dyble, In Memoriam, Friday 17th July @ 9pm

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Great vocals!!!!

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Re: Prog Synch Listen: Judy Dyble, In Memoriam, Friday 17th July @ 9pm

Postby kath » 17 Jul 2020, 21:18

bouncebouncebounce

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Re: Prog Synch Listen: Judy Dyble, In Memoriam, Friday 17th July @ 9pm

Postby John aka Josh » 17 Jul 2020, 21:19

kath wrote:
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truly. it's a wunnerful de-stresser





Indubitably.


I've had a bit of an emotional ride today - I've retired after 29 years of teaching in the same school.

This is most calming.


oh my. 29 years is an amazing amount of time, fighting the good fight. out of all the feelings you feel, i hope being proud comes first and foremost.

i only managed 13 years, but i was so very torn when i stopped. i still have students who talk to me, and i haven't taught since '99.

::smack::



I'm not sure what feelings I have - there's quite a mixture swirling around. I have been very touched by some lovely cards by former pupils and parents whose children I taught years ago.
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Re: Prog Synch Listen: Judy Dyble, In Memoriam, Friday 17th July @ 9pm

Postby kath » 17 Jul 2020, 21:19

love the chorus here, ohhh the mixed up kind

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Re: Prog Synch Listen: Judy Dyble, In Memoriam, Friday 17th July @ 9pm

Postby LMG » 17 Jul 2020, 21:19

This is a terrific album.

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Re: Prog Synch Listen: Judy Dyble, In Memoriam, Friday 17th July @ 9pm

Postby C » 17 Jul 2020, 21:20

LMG wrote:
kath wrote:
LMG wrote:
According to WIkipedia, there was a festival in Newcastle organised to launch Trader Horne. Before they could play, Judy left the band! So they did not play, and the slot was used to launch...Mungo Jerry.


does it say why she left the band?


An article in the Guardian newspaper says 'a crisis of confidence'. She suffered from terrible stage fright and hated touring, both the driving in vans and the performances, which terrified her.

Sad.


Yep

A female Nick Drake in that regard


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Re: Prog Synch Listen: Judy Dyble, In Memoriam, Friday 17th July @ 9pm

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John aka Josh wrote:
kath wrote:
John aka Josh wrote:



Indubitably.


I've had a bit of an emotional ride today - I've retired after 29 years of teaching in the same school.

This is most calming.


oh my. 29 years is an amazing amount of time, fighting the good fight. out of all the feelings you feel, i hope being proud comes first and foremost.

i only managed 13 years, but i was so very torn when i stopped. i still have students who talk to me, and i haven't taught since '99.

::smack::



I'm not sure what feelings I have - there's quite a mixture swirling around. I have been very touched by some lovely cards by former pupils and parents whose children I taught years ago.


i do understand. listen to what the lovely cards say. ya ya

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Re: Prog Synch Listen: Judy Dyble, In Memoriam, Friday 17th July @ 9pm

Postby John aka Josh » 17 Jul 2020, 21:21

More harpsichord!


More electric auto-harp!!



Gimme some celeste!!!
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Re: Prog Synch Listen: Judy Dyble, In Memoriam, Friday 17th July @ 9pm

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LMG wrote:This is a terrific album.


i agree. it's just wunnerful and happifying.

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Re: Prog Synch Listen: Judy Dyble, In Memoriam, Friday 17th July @ 9pm

Postby C » 17 Jul 2020, 21:21

LMG wrote:This is a terrific album.


isn't it just!

Foot tapper



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Re: Prog Synch Listen: Judy Dyble, In Memoriam, Friday 17th July @ 9pm

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John aka Josh wrote:More harpsichord!


More electric auto-harp!!



Gimme some celeste!!!


sigh. my instrument list is so very long.

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Re: Prog Synch Listen: Judy Dyble, In Memoriam, Friday 17th July @ 9pm

Postby C » 17 Jul 2020, 21:22

John aka Josh wrote:More harpsichord!


More electric auto-harp!!



Gimme some celeste!!!


kath: "give me one of each!"




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Re: Prog Synch Listen: Judy Dyble, In Memoriam, Friday 17th July @ 9pm

Postby kath » 17 Jul 2020, 21:23

C wrote:
John aka Josh wrote:More harpsichord!


More electric auto-harp!!



Gimme some celeste!!!


kath: "give me one of each!"




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mwhahahahahahaaaa why yes. however did yew knowww?

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Re: Prog Synch Listen: Judy Dyble, In Memoriam, Friday 17th July @ 9pm

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C wrote:
John aka Josh wrote:More harpsichord!


More electric auto-harp!!



Gimme some celeste!!!


kath: "give me one of each!"




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:lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Prog Synch Listen: Judy Dyble, In Memoriam, Friday 17th July @ 9pm

Postby kath » 17 Jul 2020, 21:24

John aka Josh wrote:
C wrote:
John aka Josh wrote:More harpsichord!


More electric auto-harp!!



Gimme some celeste!!!


kath: "give me one of each!"




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:lol: :lol: :lol:


i would just like everyone to know i have ALWAYS had a thing for harpsichords, ever since i was a wee brat. sniffle

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Re: Prog Synch Listen: Judy Dyble, In Memoriam, Friday 17th July @ 9pm

Postby kath » 17 Jul 2020, 21:25

better than today....

this is all so sweet on the ears, aint it?