I heard the album a couple of times and it's indeed a fine listen, although the last, long track, has some heavy (indeed King Crimson-like) moments. It also contains a cover of ELP's ballad C'est La Vie. By coincidence I discovered her previous album Th Whorl from 2006. It is less dreamy, a bit more folk-rock, with another great cover, this time of the beautiful I Talk To The Wind from King Crimson. Guests are amongst others Simon House, James Asher and Robert Fripp, while Marc Swordfish is the main musician/producer.
By the way, after playing some tracks from the first mentioned album in a local radio-program I do with some friends, I got some charming email-contacts with Judy.
You are correct.Judy is very correspondent if you decide to contact her.A very nice lady.
I have a couple vinyl copy's of the Spindle and the Whorl which has the best songs off of each of those 2 releases with a little different mix.It is packaged very well.I believe they are all sold out but you can find them on ebay for outrageous prices.This should sell for a third of this price.
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vi ... K:MEWAX:IT
It is so cool that you have your own radio program.I would love to do that.
Thanks for the info...