Reviewing the launch concert for Sarah McQuaid’s ‘If We Dig Any Deeper It Could Get Dangerous’
I don’t usually do concert reviews – in fact, I think the last time was in the early 70s – but I liked her latest CD so much – see SARAH McQUAID – If We Dig Any Deeper It Could Get Dangerous (Shovel And A Spade Records SAASCD001) – that I went (at my own expense!) to the launch concert at the Acorn in Penzance, and then reviewed that as well…
Sarah McQuaid CD launch tour – 25th January 2018
You won’t be surprised to learn that I liked it very much.
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)
Review of an excellent CD from Wilde Roses.
Another review for Folking.com. A fascinating blend of early music and folk:
…is now up at Folking.com.
As I may have mentioned before, I like it a lot. 🙂
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 far. I’ll link to it from this site when it appears, but for now I’ll just say that I like it very much indeed. 🙂
(The CD, not the review.)
A review for Folking.com of a new take on Peter Bellamy’s Ballad opera.
A review for Folking.com of a new take on Peter Bellamy’s Ballad opera. Actually a live version of the toured production seen at Shrewsbury Folk Festival in 2017 (and there’s currently another short tour running). Well worth seeing/hearing.
VARIOUS ARTISTS – The Transports – A Tale Of Exile And Migration (Hudson Records HUD007LP/CD)