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  1. The Flying Cloud — Louis Killen. from Ballads And Broadsides: - Topic 12T LP; The body of the album is drawn from the landmark release Farewell Nancy, but with the longer playing time afforded by the compact disc format, extra tracks have been added to produce this definitive collection.
  2. One of the founders of the Bridge Folk Club, in Newcastle upon Tyne. Moved to America in during which time he joined The Clancy Brothers from , recording 4 albums with them. He moved back to the UK in , returning to Gateshead. Changed name and gender from Louis Killen to Louisa Jo Killen later in her life.
  3. Aug 09,  · In came his first solo album, Ballads and Broadsides; the novelist Angela Carter wrote the sleeve notes, commenting on Killen's "unusually subtle and sensitive accompanied singing style". The early interest in cowboy songs and jazz had given Killen a lifelong fascination with America.
  4. I think the Alzheimer's is getting to me at last! I heard someone singingMissing: Ballads And Broadsides.
  5. Aug 19,  · In came his first solo album, Ballads and Broadsides; the novelist Angela Carter wrote the sleeve notes, commenting on Killen's "unusually subtle and sensitive accompanied singing style.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Ballads and Broadsides - Louis Killen on AllMusic -
  7. Ballads And Broadsides buy CD music Description A dynamic singer of great individuality and integrity, Louis Killen was one of the key singers of the British folk revival of the s. He was from the industrial Northeast of England and never lost his sense of place despite living in the USA for 40 ye.
  8. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon. Skip to main content. Try Prime Top Albums Ballads And Broadsides KILLEN,LOUIS. CD: $ Sea Chanteys Killen, Lou by Louis Killen, Stan Hugill & The X-Seamen's Institute on Sea Songs Seattle: Sung by Lou Killen, Stan.