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Acid prog folk LP from UK.
Limited edition of 300 copies.

Chris Wade (Songs, Vocals, Flute, Keyboards, Guitars) -
Celia Humphris of Trees (Vocals) -
Judy Dyble of Fairport Convention and Trader Horne (Vocals) -
Alice White (Violin) -
Ellie Davies (Cello) -
Kzrysztof Juzskiewicz of Skin Alley (Accordion) -
Nik Turner of Hawkwind (Flute)....

"You may find it a godsend" - Shindig Magazine
"This album is unique. A real gem. One of the best folk albums of the year." - Classic Rock Society
"A fine album that will remind you of the joy of living!" - Terrascope Reviews
"A fine album. Donovan, Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen springing to mind. Even John Lennon's voice raised its head. Shades of Barrett era Floyd and Ray Davies I hear." - DPRP
"Weird and Wonderful!" - Genevieve Tudor (BBC)
"One of the best albums of 2012. You find yourself coming back to it time and time again!" - Pennyblack
"Absolutely gorgeous" - Roots and Fusion show
"Really great, fresh and unique!" - Psychedelic baby

"Splendid, I urge you to seek it out." - Rocksucker

Vinyl, 2015, Pressing of 300
Self titled debut, first released on CDR and digital in 2012, available now on vinyl.
Limited edition pressing of 300
Album features Chris Wade, Celia Humphris (Trees), Nik Turner (Hawkwind), Judy Dyble (Fairport Convention) and others.

ptolemaic terrascope review:
"Basically the project of musician and writer Chris Wade, this album will be of interest to Terrascope readers for two reasons. Firstly it has contributions from Celia Humphris (Trees), Judy Dyble and Nik Turner [plus accordian player Kzrysztof Juzskiewicz, late of the mighty Skin Alley! - Phil]; and secondly because it is rather lovely, a nostalgic trip back to 1971, when folk music collided with progressive rock and became known as acid folk. Those of you who worry about the prog word will be pleased to know that this collection is acoustic and song orientated, rather than some overblown epic, with melody and warmth shining from its grooves.

   Opening with “All Day Long”, the gentle mood is reminiscent of late sixties English psych, a softly rolling piece of whimsy that relaxes the senses beautifully. On “Just You and Me”, Nik Turner adds some gentle flute embellishments that dance together with the guitar riff creating a sweet ripple of sound.

     With both “Meet Our May” and “Footprints” continuing the summery acoustic ambience you are soon dreaming of meadow flowers, babbling brooks and a pint of ale around a roaring fire, with the latter being particularly melodic and enchanting, complete with the sound of birdsong to enhance your daydreams.

   More sombre in its mood “Nothing At All” has an aching cello running through it, with Mr Wade's vocals seemingly perfectly suited to the song, as his short and effective guitar solo. Equally reflective, “Say Goodbye” is a delightful tune, the backing vocals of Judy and Celia perfectly realised, contributing much without being overpowering.

    Adding a bit of rock to the folk, albeit powered by bongos, “Endless Sky” is acoustic hippy psych, with some distorted electric guitar adding bite to the proceedings, echoes of the summer of love coursing through its veins. After the slightly strange lyrics of “The Slime”, we come to one of the most atmospheric and gorgeous songs on the disc as “Weather Changes” floats into your mind, a simple guitar line weaving magical textures with soft vocals and electric guitar, a song that ends far too soon.

   Finally “Crinkle Drive” leads us out, the flute lighting the way home, ending a fine album that will remind you of summer and the joy of living. "

(Simon Lewis)


Dodson And Fogg is the critically acclaimed music project by singer-songwriter Chris Wade. It has been called lots of things such as acid folk, psychedelic folk rock and prog folk but Chris prefers to think of himself as a songwriter (oh yes he does) and Dodson and Fogg as the vehicle for his varied ideas.  There have been  appearances by Nik Turner (Hawkwind), Nigel Planer and the great Celia Humphris, of folk legends Trees.

CHRIS WADE - Songwriter, vocalist and multi instrumentalist for Dodson and Fogg. Will remain involved as long as Chris Wade wants him to be. Which could be a while, as they both get on quite well.

CELIA HUMPHRIS - Legendary voice of folk band Trees. She is a voice artist and has sang on many Dodson and Fogg tracks, adding her unique talent to the music. Legend and my fave singer

COLIN JONES - Accomplished trumpet player, does much session work in a wide field and also gets roped into dodgy dealings with Chris Wade and Dodson and Fogg from time to time.

NIK TURNER - The legendary Thunder Rider of Hawkwind played flute on the first LP and briefly on Derring Do. Continues to thrill the world with his far out sax and flute adventures.

AMANDA VOTTA - Flute player with her own project Floating World appeared on Derring Do, playing flute on Dreams of You and Me. May also appear in the future...

ALISON O'DONNELL - The Mellow Candle legend appeared on the Derring Do  and After the Fall albums. She is still a very active musician

UDY DYBLE - Another folk legend appeared on the first album, she of Fairport Convention, Trader Horne and solo fame. Sang on Weather Changes. Continues to work.

Accomplished sitar player and artist, has his own "Sitar and Tabla" live set up. Plays on The Call album. Decent bloke.

The Canadian musician and man behind Mr Pine co wrote a track with me and plays some mean piano.

KRZYSZTOF JUSZKIEWICZ  - Played accordion on The Slime from the first album. He was a member of prog band Skin Alley in the 70s.

Famous for her bassoon and sax work with innovative band Knifeworld. Done some sax on The Call album

"Best brother a guy ever had" and all round chum. Plays banjo and also does Rexford Bedlo with me too

ALISON O'DONNELL - The Mellow Candle legend appeared on the Derring Do  and After the Fall albums. She is still a very active musician

SCARLET RIVERA - World renowned violin player, known for her work with the legendaryDylan on the Desire album. Amazing player

NIGEL PLANER - One of my all time favourite actors narrates two dreamy monologues on In A Strange Slumber. Sings on Roaming album.

Music legend and rock icon, honoured to have her on a track. Fab!

OTHER MUSICIANS - Alice White (Violin on first album), Ellie Davies (Cello on first album), Thomas
Roberts and David Liam Roberts (Strings on In A Strange Slumber), Georgia Cooke (Flute on various albums), Valerio Antognelli (Sax), Nick Jolly (Trumpet), Daisy and the Dark (Vocals on Roaming album), John Garner (Violin on White House on the Hill album).

Dodson & Fogg ‎– Dodson & Fogg
Wisdom Twins Records ‎– WTR15
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue
Rock, Folk, World, & Country
Psychedelic Rock, Folk Rock
A1     All Day Long     
A2     Just You and Me     
A3     Meet Our May     
A4     Footprints     
A5     Nothing At All     
A6     Say Goodbye     
B1     Where On Earth?     
B2     Endless Sky     
B3     The Slime     
B4     Weather Changes     
B5     She Is Everything     
B6     Crinkle Drive     


    Accordion – Krzysztof Juszkiewicz
    Bass – Chris Wade (8)
    Bongos – Chris Wade (8)
    Cello – Ellie Davies
    Flute – Chris Wade (8), Nik Turner
    Guitar – Chris Wade (8)
    Keyboards – Chris Wade (8)
    Songwriter – Chris Wade (8)
    Violin – Alice White (2)
    Vocals – Celia Humphris, Chris Wade (8), Judy Dyble (tracks: B4)

Self titled debut, first released on CDR and digital in 2012.

Limited edition pressing of 300.
It features Celia Humphris (Trees), Nik Turner (Hawkwind), Judy Dyble (Fairport Convention) and others.

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