Lou Killen / Alex Campbell / Bob Davenport / Nigel Denver / Martin Carthy / Redd Sullivan - Hootenanny in London mp3 flacPerformer: Lou Killen
Title: Hootenanny in London
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Lou Killen / Alex Campbell / Bob Davenport / Nigel Denver / Martin Carthy / Redd Sullivan - Hootenanny in London mp3 flac
The first recordings by both Martin Carthy and Nigel Denver are on this great album.
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Alex Campbell (2). Barnyards Of Delgartey. Redd Sullivan, Martin Carthy. referencing Hootenanny in London, LP, Mono, LK 4544. Funny how much people are willing to pay for a mere picture of Anne Briggs these days- she's not on the record itself, perhaps she did play that night and was slated to be, perhaps they just thought, oh, we havn't booked any women again. Anyway, what is on the record is live concert recordings of mostly standards, mostly not better than ok.
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Hootenanny in London Midnight folk concert, recorded in London May 1963 Louis Killen, Alex Campbell, Bob Davenport, Nigel Denver, Martin Carthy, and Redd Sullivan. Decca LK 4545 (LP, UK, 1963). From a midnight folk concert recorded in London in May 1963 Supervised by Wally Whyton; Produced by Hugh Mendl; Recording engineers: Mike Savage, Gus Dudgeon. The Thameside Four originally comprised Redd Sullivan, Pete Maynard, Marian Gray and Long John Baldry. They performed skiffle music at The Thameside, a restaurant on London's South Bank which gave the band its name. They recorded an EP The Thameside Four (F-EP 1) on the 77 Records Label. In 1961, after Baldry's departure, budding actor Martin Carthy joined and the band also became known as the Thamesiders.
Alex Campbell, Lou Killen, Bob Davenport, Nigel Denver, Martin Carthy and Redd Sullivan. Supervised by Wally Whyton. Produced by Hugh Mendl. Recording Engineers: Mike Savage & Gus Dudgeon. The increasing popularity of folk song in this country has encouraged an equivalent interest in the Hootenanny or ceilidh, a late night social gathering devoted to song and instrumental music. Finally, there are the irrepressible good spirits of Alex Campbell which coupled with a strong voice and a rich sense of humour lead the way to a fine evening's entertainment at the Hootenanny in London. Edinburgh Folk Festival - Volume One. 1963 - Decca LK 4546 LP. Show Details.
Louis (Lou) Killen, Bob Davenport and Redd Sullivan. The engineer, Gus Dudgeon, went on to earn a few bob as Elton John's producer on his 70s stuff. com/playlis. ut-Of-Print Folk LPs & 45s. · 10 January ·. This EP is already on YouTube - not posted by me - but it comes from the same 'Hootennay' session as the LP under this post. Also features Louis Killen ("Lou" on these sessions), Bob Davenport, Redd Sullivan and the full force of The legendary ALEX CAMPBELL. Two further EPs were issued from this session and I'll post one of them next. This was his second solo album. Accompanied by Martin Carthy and produced by Nigel himself. Sent in (along with all of Nigel's albums) by Jim McLean.
a Martin Carthy fansite and blog. 1963 : From a London Hootenanny. The Thamesiders and Davy Graham. Side One: The Thamesiders. 01 : Wimoweh 02 : Who Rolled the Stone Away? Side Two: Davy Graham. 01 : She Moves Through the Fair 02 : Mustapha. 7″ EP first released in the UK 1963 by Decca DFE8538. Personnel: Davy Graham: guitar. The Thamesiders: Martin Carthy: vocals, guitar Marian Gray: vocals, guitar Pete Maynard: vocals, bass. Notes: Further tracks from the midnight folk concert recorded in May 1963 that produced the Hootenanny In London LP and Sea Shanties EP (Louis Killen, Bob Davenport and Red Sullivan).
Nigel Denver - S/T. Martin Carthy - S/T. Paddie Bell - Paddie : Herself. Alex Campbell - S/T. Nigel Denver - Moving On. The Three City Four - S/T. Harvey Andrews - S/T. Isla Cameron -S/T. David Campbell - S/T. Sydney Carter - Lord of the Dance. Songs from ABC Television's Hallelujah. Songs from ABC Television's Hallelujah (Continued). Martin Carthy's Second Album. Julie Felix - Changes. Sydney Carter & Jeremy Taylor at Eton. Martin Carthy with Dave Swarbrick - Byker Hill. Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick - No Songs.
|–Alex Campbell||Barnyards Of Delgartey|
|–Redd Sullivan, Martin Carthy||End Of Me Old Cigar|
|–Lou Killen*||Cruising Round Yarmouth|
|–Bob Davenport||Little Chance|
|–Redd Sullivan||Not Today|
|–Martin Carthy||Your Baby 'as Gorn Dahn The Plug 'ole|
|–Lou Killen*||Pleasant And Delightful|
|–Nigel Denver||Baron O'Brackley|
|–Lou Killen*||The Leaving Of Liverpool|
|–Nigel Denver||Friendless Mary|
|–Lou Killen*||Wild Rover|
|LK 4544||Lou Killen* / Alex Campbell / Bob Davenport / Nigel Denver / Martin Carthy / Redd Sullivan||Lou Killen* / Alex Campbell / Bob Davenport / Nigel Denver / Martin Carthy / Redd Sullivan - Hootenanny in London (LP, Mono)||Decca||LK 4544||UK||1963|
|LL 3351||Lou Killen* / Alex Campbell / Bob Davenport / Nigel Denver / Martin Carthy / Redd Sullivan||Lou Killen* / Alex Campbell / Bob Davenport / Nigel Denver / Martin Carthy / Redd Sullivan - Hootenanny in London (LP, Album, Mono)||London Records||LL 3351||Canada||1963|