Julie Felix

JULIE FELIX American folk singer in London in 1967. Photo: Tony Gale Stock Photo - AlamyJulie Ann Felix (June 14, 1938 – March 22, 2020) was an American-born, British-based folk recording artist who achieved success, particularly on British television in the late 1960s and early 1970s. She later performed and released albums on her own record label. Felix was born in Santa Barbara, California to father of Mexican origin and mother of Native American and Welsh ancestry. She graduated in 1956 from high school in Westchester, Los Angeles. Felix arrived in the United Kingdom in 1964 and became the first solo folk performer signed to a major British record label when she gained a recording contract with Decca Records. In 1965, she was reportedly the first folksinger to fill the Royal Albert Hall, and was described by The Times as “Britain’s First Lady of Folk”. See for more

I Can’t touch the Sun (1967)

If I could (El Condor Pasa)

Love minus zero, no limit

Ballad of a Crystal Man

& Manfred Mann – Fare Thee Well

Early Morning Rain

Bird on a wire

Masters Of War


Both Sides Now

Lost Children (1967)

Dirty Old Town

Mr Tambourine Man

Julie Felix Live!

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