Category Archives: CD review

Review for Folking.com: The Company of Players

Another of my reviews for Folking.com. This time of a rather nice CD by Company of Players, an assemblage of young folkies from Said The Maiden, amongst others, who’ve put together a CD called Shakespeare Songs. Which isn’t quite what … Continue reading

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CD Review – The Stoned Cherries

Another review for Folking.com: THE STONED CHERRIES – Baked In A Pie (own label) David Harley

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CD Review for Folking.com

ASSEMBLY LANE – Northbound (own label ALCD01) Traditional songs from both sides of the Atlantic, plus three self-written instrumentals and another by Bill Monroe. Mandolin, guitar, fiddle and double bass, with a decidedly bluegrass feel from a band based in … Continue reading

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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

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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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