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    Main » 2015 » March » 25 » Trader Horne ~ 1970 ~ Morning Way
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    Trader Horne ~ 1970 ~ Morning Way
    Trader Horne ~ 1970 ~ Morning Waygenre: medieval folk
    state: uk
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, covers) 
    time: 52:33 size: 299 mb

    oe: highly recommended

    Tapestry of Delights:
    This late sixties folk-duo formed when Judy Dyble (ex-Fairport Convention) teamed up with Jackie McAuley (formerly of Them and Belfast Gypsies). Dyble, incidentally, also played for about a month in Giles, Giles and Fripp in 1968. Trader Horne was a short-lived venture despite Dyble's replacement by Summerfield who later worked as a solo folkie. Musically it's in the early Matthew Southern Comfort mould. Former Them flautist Ray Elliot also lends a hand. If you like folk with crystal clear female vocals this comes recommended. An excellent standard is maintained throughout - several tracks including Growning Man, In My Loneliness, the title cut, Morning Way (definitely one of the strongest), Velvet To Atone and Luke That Never Was showcase Dyble's vocal talents and many, including The Mixed Up Kind and instrumental Three Rings For Elven Kings, feature lovely flute and harpsichord work. Most of the material was penned by McAuley but Dyble wrote Morning Way itself and co-wrote Velvet To Atone with Martin Quittenton, who penned You Wear It Well and Maggie May for Rod Stewart. It also includes Elliot's good acoustic bluesy arrangement of the traditional number Down And Out Blues.

    01. Jenny May 2:27
    02. Children Of Oare 4:04
    03. Three Rings For Elven Kings 2:13
    04. Growning Man 4:05
    05. Down And Out Blues 4:34
    06. The Mixed Up King 6:22
    07. Better Than Today 3:12
    08. In My Loneliness 2:22
    09. Sheena 2:43
    10. The Mutant 2:55
    11. Morning Way 4:36
    12. Velvet To Atone 2:27
    13. Luke That Never Was 4:47
    14. Here Comes The Rain 2:31
    15. Goodby Mercy Kelly 3:15


    JUDY DYBLE ~ keyb'ds, vcls
    JACKIE McAULEY ~ keyb'ds, vcls, gtr

     
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