Author Archives: David Harley

About David Harley

Former Computer Security Author/Editor; Independent Antimalware Researcher/Author; guitarist/singer/songwriter

CD review – John Richards

Another review for Folking.com, this time of an excellent CD by the underrated John Richards (you may not know the name, but it’s likely that you’ve heard at least one of his songs): JOHN RICHARDS – Bring Back The Spring … Continue reading

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2nd Friday session at Castlefields Community Centre

A gentle reminder from Roger Drummond: “October already and the middle of Autumn and time once again for our Friday meet at Castlefields Community Hall. Sorry for the late notice but as usual meet 8pm for 8.30pm for a mix … Continue reading

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CD Review – Finn Paul

Another review for folking.com, this time of a rather good album by Scottish singer-songwriter Finn Paul. FINN PAUL – Wind & Stone (Independent Release IWCD001) David Harley

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Gig review – Burning Salt

Not in Shropshire, but while I was staying with my daughter in Essex I had the opportunity to attend a Burning Salt gig in London. Of course, Burning Salt’s Hannah Hull is well-known among Shrewsbury songwriters. Review for Folking.com. Burning … Continue reading

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Wednesday session at the Seven Stars, Shrewsbury

The music session (with some songs) formerly at the Crown, in Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, is now at the Seven Stars, Coleham Head, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY3 7BP 07890 174889. [Confirmed by Ralph Edwards as moved but still running in September 2019.] I haven’t … Continue reading

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CD Review – Ralph McTell

Another review for Folking.com. Good to hear that Ralph is still making good music. RALPH McTELL – Hill Of Beans (Leola Music TPGCD50) David Harley

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CD Review ‘The Lost Words – Spell Songs’

Another of my reviews for folking.com: THE LOST WORDS – Spell Songs (Folk By The Oak QRCD004) I like it very much. David Harley  

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