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: Ghalia & Mama’s Boys

GHALIA & MAMA’S BOYS – Let The Demons Out (Ruf Records RUF 1250) – Chicago-ish urban blues with a rather good Belgian singer/songwriter. Rather nicely done. David Harley Advertisements

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CD Review: Shankara Andy Bole

Another of my reviews for Folking.com, this time Shankara Andy Bole’s fascinating bouzouki album. SHANKARA ANDY BOLE – Rainbow Crow (Left Leg Records LL2017) David Harley

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CD Review – Davy Graham CD reissue

A review for Folking.com of the reissue of a very important album: Davy Graham’s Folk, Blues & Beyond. David Harley

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New(-ish) CD Review

Another of my reviews for Folking.com, though it’s not by any stretch of the imagination a folk album. Heavy-duty guitar-dominated blues/rock. Well, it’s hard to dislike an album that includes covers of two of my favourite Hendrix songs and one … Continue reading

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Two Reviews for Folking.com

Electric blues/rock, but good of its ilk: MIKE BROOKFIELD – Brookfield (Golden Rule Records GRCD003) And one of the very best CDs I’ve heard this year, as you might expect from a Waterson… MARRY WATERSON & DAVID A. JAYCOCK – … Continue reading

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Miners Arms session on the move

A change of venue for the event formerly at the Miners Arms, Chirbury. Now at the Stables Inn, Hope, SY5 0EP. Contact Bill Johnson, 01938 555863. Pub details: http://www.thegoodpubguide.co.uk/pub/view/Stables-SY5-0EP

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CD Review – Megan Henwood

Another of my reviews for Folking.com (and a really good CD it is too): MEGAN HENWOOD – River (Dharma Records DHARMACD30) David Harley

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