This is my personal blog page, as opposed to all those security blogs of mine littering the web at the moment. Right now it’s mostly music stuff, but that will change: there will be other stuff that I’m into. (Sorry, child of the 60s moment there….) However, security stuff will be kept to a minimum.
Here’s a little information about my recordings. MP3s from other sessions will be finding their way up here shortly.
Stuff about my musical friends (old and new) has been moved to my Musical Friends page. That may be developed into a gig diary, but I don’t want to do that until I know I’ll have time to keep it up-to-date.
Recordings by David Harley
This is a strictly warts-and-all collection of my ancient recordings (around 1980-85). Actually, not quite so warty as when originally posted, and now in living stereo. Don’t expect too much, though. None of them are direct from master tape. And both my voice and repertoire have changed beyond all recognition since then, which may or may not be a good thing. :-)
They’re MP3s, and usually play quite happily in Windows Media Player: I haven’t got round to making them iTunes-friendly or whatever, yet. All songs are copyright and all rights are reserved: in other words, in the unlikely event of your wanting to use the recordings or songs for any commercial purpose, you need to contact me. (And if anyone knows where Don MacLeod is, please let me know: some of these songs are his!)
The photograph in the custom header for this page was taken while flying from Dallas to San Diego at the time of the ice storms in early 2009. It’s probably New Mexico, but don’t ask me exactly where: domestic flights aren’t usually exact about geolocation. :)
This site is maintained by David and Jude Harley, and was last updated on 4th January 2010.