Category Archives: CD review

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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CD Review – Keith James

Another review for Folking.com of another excellent album by Keith James: KEITH JAMES – Message From The Gods (Hurdy Gurdy HGA2928) David Harley

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CD review – Daria Kulesh ‘Earthly Delights’

Another review for folking.com, this time of Daria Kulesh’s excellent forthcoming CD. DARIA KULESH – Earthly Delights (own label) David Harley

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CD review – Carrie Tree, ‘The Canoe’

Another review for Folking.com: CARRIE TREE – The Canoe (Own Label WCRCD05) David Harley

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