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Judy Dyble -The Sisterhood of Ruralists (edit)

Edit of  The Sisterhood of Ruralists composed by Judy Dyble and Alistair Murphy about the magic of four artists and their work - Catherine Hyde, Jackie Morris, Hannah Willow and Tamsin Abbott. Taken from the forthcoming Judy Dyble album 'Flow and Change' which was released in July 2013.

Vocals - Judy Dyble
Musicians - Alistair Murphy, Mark Fletcher, Pat Mastelotto,
Jeremy Salmon, Steve Bingham, Brenda Stewart, Lucy Mitchell.
Strings arranged by Phil Toms
Video created by Paul & Jane Merrick




In readiness for the US release of TWS by Gonzo Multimedia...

...the very splendid Mr Jon Downes has interviewed me for his Gonzo Multimedia blog.

You can read parts one and two here

Part one: http://gonzo-multimedia.blogspot.com/2012/12/exclusive-judy-dyble-interview-part-one.html 

and part two :http://gonzo-multimedia.blogspot.com/2012/12/exclusive-judy-dyble-interview-part-two.html

and hopefully part three will be here tomorrow.... :-)




Tonefloat Label Night 28th October 2012

Well. I did it!!! And I enjoyed it, the band enjoyed it and I hope the audienc enjoyed it. It was a wet and chilly Sunday night in London so I am grateful to all those who came to listen. The lovely Sand Snowman and his band were also playing along with the dutch bands 'The Use of Ashes' and 'Sleep of Reason' who were all very excellent

There is a review of the gig here

http://folkcasters.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/review-tonefloat-night-gig.html

and there will be lots of pictures in the gallery soon. Here's another one to be going on with :-)

 

 


Nattering on TV and Nattering in Books

the Fairport Convention documentary is on BBC4 tonight 14th Sept 2012, and will be repeated later if you miss it. Or you can watch it on iPlayer I expect

I have been nattering in this documentarysmiley. I have forgotten what I said but I will no doubt find out. 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01mmw5v

Oooh just seen there's a bit of a clip on that link :-)

and then there is this



Gig (eek!)

Well. I keep saying I don't do live gigs don't I? So what has made me say yes to this one? Eh?
http://www.229thevenue.com/portfolio/tonefloat-records-lable-night-presents/

It's on the 28th October at 229 The Venue, Great Portland St London

Tickets are available from here should you wish to venture to London http://www.crazy-diamond.nl/tonefloat/html/store.htm

And there will be songs from Talking With Strangers and some from the new album, tentatively called 'Flow and Change'

It would be lovely to see you there... :-)


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