harley (pre therapy daze) worked in pop and jazz with some great artists like Jean Toussaint from the Art Blakey Band, Brian Kellock and Tam White, bassist Andy Kremer (Terry Callier, Zohar), and Steve Truman and backing vocals for Ben Green and Rod Blake projects.
Her first solo work 'Storm in a teacup' with bass player Steve Truman (soon to be re-released) led to her beautiful album featuring brilliant jazz pianist Brian Kellock "summer sings within", is a sunday afternoon mix of poetry soundings and old jazz tunes mixed by Joel Douek (composer for David Attenborough, including Flying Monsters 3D).
'Sometime Somewhere Someone' followed: a searing sorrowful album of grief for dear friends lost.
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Harley is a flutterby sharing eye to eye and heart to heart.
mixed in New York by Joel Douek in 2010 after a studio session with Brian Kellock in glorious Glasgow after working on a film with the awesome Tam White
the title track written on a rainy day on Byres Road, each song evocative of a time and place: I stood by the roadside, angel with a hangover (bloody mary still in bed), full of ghosts and memories in the coldest hour before dawn
asaf avidan's between these hands and leonard cohen's ballad of a runaway horse feature in an album of wondering from helen took me to daisy island and down by the clyde... places, bones and old lullabies - to be released in 2024
painting from the Great Howling of 2022
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