Available recordings

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This is a list of the Harley albums and singles currently available. These replace cassette and CD albums currently available  (which is how they come to be released in such a short timeframe), and are at present digital-only releases. Right now, many of them are only available from Bandcamp, but I’m working on that.  There’ll be more information on the individual releases in due course, on this and my other music blogs.

Single: Moonflow VI. An extended version of an instrumental track on ‘Tears of Morning’.

Album: Tears of Morning (Bandcamp). A collection of songs with a Shropshire connection, including settings of verse by A.E. Housman and ‘W.H.B.’ [WAVs remastered.]

Single: One Step Away (From The Blues) -available on streaming services, Amazon etc. Also on BandCamp.

Album: ‘View From The Top‘ – with Don MacLeod (released March 2021). Songs we perform (occasionally!) as a duo, written by us individually or together. Now available on streaming services, Amazon etc. (Mostly remastered.)

EP: ‘Hands of the Craftsman‘. Songs and poems from the 1980 review ‘Nice…If You Can Get It’. Now available on streaming services, Amazon etc. (Mostly remastered.)

Album: ‘The Game Of London‘ (released April 2021) – stories of the city in which I spent some 25 years of my life. Now available on streaming services, Amazon etc. (Slightly different version, doesn’t include one of the Bandcamp tracks. Mostly remastered.)

Album: ‘Ten Percent Blues‘ (released May 2021) – mostly with a touch of blues, including a look back or two at my very short career on the road. Now available on streaming services, Amazon etc. (Mostly remastered.)

Single: ‘How To Say Goodbye‘ (released June 2021)

Album: ‘Dinosaur Tracks‘ (released July 12 2021) – mostly demo quality, quite a lot leaning towards blues.

Album: ‘Cold Iron‘ – songs of social commentary.

Album: ‘Kitsch And Canoodle‘ – songs of love, lust and obsession. Probably true of most of my current repertoire. Now available on streaming services, Amazon etc. (Mostly remastered.)

Album: ‘Upcountry‘ – songs with a loosely rural theme, some in a country/blues/folk idiom, some settings of verse by Kipling, Housman and Yeats.

Album: ‘Strictly Off The Record‘ – first pass at a ‘greatest hits’ album (who am I kidding?)

Single: ‘Song Of Chivalry‘ – actually to try out a different distributor, but same version subsequently added to Bandcamp.

Album: ‘Further Off The Record‘ – extended version of the ‘greatest hits’ album (20 tracks!) available from the usual sources, but not Bandcamp at present.

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