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.)