Tuesday, 3 December 2019

Dyble. Judy - Summer Dancing (2017)


The sixth album from this British artist and singer.

The real artist title is Judy Dyble & Andy Lewis. The latter one was the bass player for Paul Weller and in The Jam. He is now a producer.
I am not entirely sure who also takes part on this album. There is flutes, strings, guitars, bass, keyboards, drums and drums on this album.

The music is described as acid folk and these two Dyble & Lewis albums is regarded as being a bit different than her five solo albums.

I am not so sure about that.

I see Summer Dancing as a logical move from her 2013 album Flow And Change.

The music is indeed acid folk with Judy Dyble's excellent vocals on the top of the music. Her vocals is sometimes a bit distorted. Acid, may I say.

The music is still folk rock and the roots are still Fairport Convention.

And the music on this forty odd minutes long album is really good. It is well crafted and the melodies are both complex and good. Plenty of interesting details throughout this album can be found too.

This is an album well worth checking out.

3 points




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