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ever reissue of Decca Uk’s
first folk signing in 1964 . Fresh from touring Europe Julie had been spotted
by Leonard Cohen in Ibiza and then relocated to London. Following growing success as a
troubadour on the Uk
circuit from folk clubs upto the Fairfield Halls, and later the Albert Hall,
Julie was offered a contract with Decca.
songs on the three LPs recorded with Decca are essentially Julie’s repertoire
from the sets she had performed on constant live tours since 1961. She left Santa Barbara, California
with her Mexican guitar singing
learned in Mexico and California, and songs
picked up along the way . Julie injected
a modern consciousness into the traditional scene , totally at one with the
times. They include songs from her Spanish Mexican heritage, songs from her
contemporaries Dylan,Seeger,Ochs and Tom Paxton (inc. the famous Going To The Zoo , and What Did You Learn In School Today) ,
songs from her new found friends Donovan,Bert Jansch, and songs from her own
2CD set captures a moment in time, the music of Julie Felix and her generation.
recordings on CD for the first time
Felix has been/ is performing live around the UK in 2008 (50 dates)
Felix has recently appeared on BBC 4 and Radio 2
Felix will be promoting this 2CD set alongside her brand new album
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