TRADER HORN: Morning Way (CD)

Originally released on Pye’s alt-label Dawn, Trader Horne’s ‘Morning Way’ is widely agreed to be one of the unsung musical treasures of the 70s. Judy Dyble (ex Fairport Convention / Giles, Giles & Fripp, amongst others) and Jackie McAuley (Them) formed Trader Horne in 1969, naming their group - so the legend goes! - after John Peel’s Nanny.

By turns folk (‘Jenny May'), pop (’Sheena’) and something altogether more esoteric (‘Velvet To Atone'), Trader’s only album is a shining example of the cult British psychedelic era. Sunset red vinyl, limited to 1000 copies worldwide. Comes with high quality download, which includes two additional non-album tracks, ‘Here Comes The Rain’ and ‘Goodbye Mercy Kelly’. (CD includes all tracks.)

01 Jenny May 02 Children of Oare 03 Three Rings for Elven Kings 04 Growing Man 05 Down and Out Blues 06 The Mixed Up Kind  07 Better Than Today 08 In My Loneliness 09 Sheena 10 The Mutant 11 Morning Way 12 Velvet to Atone 13 Luke That Never Was 14 Here Comes The Rain 15 Goodbye Mercy Kelly