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CD review for folking.com – Atlantic Union

ATLANTIC UNION – Indulgence (Blue Island Records CD 20191) The Newfoundland trio’s 4th CD sees them including more of their own tunes and songs, and there are some real gems here. David Harley

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CD/DVD review – concert for Jack Bruce

A review for folking.com. A bit different to most of the releases I review there… David Harley

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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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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 folking.com: 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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CD review: KAREN MARSHALSAY – The Road to Kennacraig

Another review for folking.com. 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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CD review – Julie July Band

The Julie July Band steps beyond Sandy Denny tribute material and releases an album of original material. And it turns out to be rather good. Much as I like their interpretations of Sandy’s songs, I hope they’ll continue to develop … Continue reading

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