Author Archives: David Harley

About David Harley

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

CD Review ‘The Lost Words – Spell Songs’

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

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CD review – The Ashen

A review for of the forthcoming CD by Andi Lee: THE ASHEN – Slowdive (Kosi Records KOSI001) David Harley

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Daria Kulesh / Kara

A little bird tells me that the amazingly talented Daria Kulesh is offering the albums by Kara – with whom she was lead singer between 2013 and 2017 – ‘Some Other Shore’ and ‘Waters So Deep’ at half price. And if … Continue reading

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CD Review: Baldrick’s Plan

Here’s another of my reviews for this time of an excellent CD by Baldric’s Plan, three guys specializing in close harmony and based in my part of Cornwall: BALDRICK’S PLAN – Counting The Tides (Grandplan Records GPR1902) David Harley

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Shropshire Roads Folk Sessions

I’ve just received updated information from Clive Grainger about these sessions. (Thanks, Clive.) “Hi David, could you include the following on the Sabrinaflu listings, pleasde? We are not quite in the Severn Valley, but close to a couple of tributaries … Continue reading

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Animal charities fundraiser CD

Dave Hughes tells me that he is trying to secure some advance orders to offset production costs for a CD called ‘Quantum Entanglement’ he has compiled as a fundraiser for two animal charities: Wood Green – The Animals Charity RCN: … Continue reading

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CD review: KAREN MARSHALSAY – The Road to Kennacraig

Another review for Scottish harp music much influenced by pibroch. I really like it. KAREN MARSHALSAY – The Road to Kennacraig (Cramasie Records CRCD001) David Harley

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