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.

Andrew and Margaret Watchorn in Ludlow

A message received on the blog site from Margaret Watchorn. Even if you can’t get to the gig (sadly, I won’t be able to), the web site is well worth a visit. ———————————— I found your contact details on the … Continue reading

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CD Review – Cory Flynn

Another review for Folking.com of the debut album by 16-year-old Cory Flynn. Raw, and maybe over-influenced by Dylan, but interesting nevertheless. CORY FLYNN – A Boy Named Hunger (Long Way Home Music LWHM 003) David Harley

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Session cancellation

[Edited, as a second message suggests that there will be an informal evening.] A message from Roger and Sue about the 2nd Friday session at the Dog and Pheasant, Severn Street, Shrewsbury. Hi All, Due to various problems (Roger having … Continue reading

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CD Review: Keith James

One of my reviews for folking.com: KEITH JAMES – Tenderness Claws (Hurdy Gurdy HGA2926) Settings of poems by Lorca, Kerouac, William Blake, Allen Ginsburg, Dylan Thomas, and Keith James himself. Plus a nice cover of White Room (the words for … Continue reading

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CD Review – Occidental Gypsy

Another of my reviews for Folking.com, this time of a CD called ‘44070’ by Occidental Gypsy. Continue reading

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CD Review: Calan’s album ‘Solomon’

Another of my CD reviews for Folking.com. I’ve forgotten what little Welsh I knew (well, I know you slow down when it says Araf on the road…) but I really liked this anyway. (And some of the lyrics _are_ in English.) … Continue reading

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A flying visit to Shropshire

Last week I was in Shropshire and visited no less than three local venues. That’s probably more than I did in a single week all the time I was living in Ludlow. FWIW, these were my impressions. (1) Chris Greve’s … Continue reading

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