I bought her album (Where to Now on vinyl) in the early eighties and didn't really know much about her since then. Saw her set at the 2011 Cropredy Festival and the songs (and arrangements) caught my attention
I bought "Cheapskate Lullabies" and thought it was fab and have now worked my way through her more recent back catalogue - all of which are of really high standard
I guess people will always remember her for "Pilot of the Airwaves" but her music now is much more eclectic - the albums cover styles which encompass Western Swing, Hawaiian, English Traditional, Joni Mitchell, McGarrigles (one review called her the "English McGarrigle sister"), Led Zep (acoustic DADGAD tuning stuff) etc etc. The songs (co written and arranged by Julian Littman who is a fabulous musician) are some of the best songs I have heard in a long while and I'm a huge Richard Thompson fan - and he's certainly no slouch. A great find.