Author Archives: David Harley

About David Harley

Computer Security Author/Editor; Independent Antimalware Researcher; CEO at Small Blue-Green World; Senior Research Fellow at ESET.

CD Review: MARK MANDEVILLE & RAIANNE RICHARDS

Another Folking.com review: MARK MANDEVILLE & RAIANNE RICHARDS – Live In Manitoba (Nobody’s Favourite Records NFR041) Rather a nice  collection of Americana: live recordings by this duo with great harmonies. David Harley Advertisements

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Ludlow Assembly Rooms – future events

While the Ludlow Assembly Rooms is undergoing building work, some of its events are being held in other locations. Here a few musical events likely to interest readers of this blog.  Continue reading

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Songwriter workshop at the Loggerheads

I hear from Sophie Bowes that there is no first Monday songwriter workshop at the Loggerheads in Shrewsbury in January. Normal service will be resumed in February. David Harley

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CD review – John Mayall

Another review for folking.com: JOHN MAYALL– Nobody Told Me (Forty Below Records FBR 022) David Harley

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CD review: Townes Van Zandt

Review of a 2-CD set of live tracks by Townes Van Zandt for folking.com: TOWNES VAN ZANDT – Down Home & Abroad (Retroworld FLOATD6377) David Harley

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CD review: Gareth Owen

Review for folking.com: GARETH OWEN – I’m Out Of This Place (own label) Complete with link to Virg Clenthills video with me body-doubling guitar… 😉 My guitar and fingers, but Virg’s rings!

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Thomas Anderson [demo]

[Original article first published on the Wheal Alice blog, expanded and updated, July 2016, updated again in August 2016. Reproduced here October 2018, since it seems appropriate enough content. Actually more appropriate here than Wheal Alice, which is focused on my … Continue reading

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