This time, the next bit of John Tobler’s 1991 notes in the CD insert:
“The group was formed not far from where this is being written, in North London, by Nicol, Thompson, Hutchings, Matthews, drummer Martin Lamble and vocalist Judy Dyble, who made an excellent debut album together before Judy Dyble left to form Trader Horne with Jackie McAuley after a spell with what became King Crimson. She was replaced by Sandy Denny, already recognised as a potential world-beater on the folk scene. This was the great combination which recorded “What We Did On Our Holidays”, an album which included the official Fairport anthem, “Meet On The Ledge”. Then Ian Matthews left and wasn’t replaced, and there was a terrible accident on the motorway, which took the life of Martin Lamble, so Dave Mattacks was recruited before the group’s third album “Unhalfbricking” was released. Three great albums, but then it all changed.”
See above for much more detail on all this, which corrects a few minor inaccuracies in the report in the CD insert; of which more next time, God Willing.