Category Archives: CD review

CD review – Gareth Owen

Another review for folking.com, this time of a country CD by my former neighbour in Ludlow Gareth Owen (not to mention his alter ego Virg Clenthills): GARETH OWEN – Rolling By (own label). David Harley Advertisements

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CD Review: Keith James ‘Captured’

Another of my reviews for folking.com: KEITH JAMES – Captured: The Best Of Keith James (Hurdy Gurdy HGA2927) A very fine selection of tracks from a distinguished career. David Harley

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CD Review: Trent Miller

Another review for Folking.com. Miller has been compared to Guy Clark, Gene Clark, Townes Van Zandt et al, though that might be overstating it a bit. TRENT MILLER – Time Between Us (Bucketfull Of Brains BOB801) David Harley

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CD Review – Wilde Roses

Review of a fascinating review by Wilde Roses. Continue reading

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That Sarah McQuaid CD review…

…is now up at Folking.com. SARAH McQUAID – If We Dig Any Deeper It Could Get Dangerous (Shovel And A Spade Records SAASCD001) As I may have mentioned before, I like it a lot. 🙂 David Harley

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Sarah McQuaid CD

In case anyone was wondering, yes, I have heard the new CD If We Dig Any Deeper It Could Get Dangerous, and as mentioned here I submitted a review to Folking.com a few days ago, but it hasn’t appeared so … Continue reading

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CD Review – The Transports

A review for Folking.com of a new take on Peter Bellamy’s Ballad opera. Continue reading

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