Linda Adams

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Linda Adams (born 1954) is an English folk singer, and co-founder of "Fellside Records".

Linda Adams was born in Cumbria. She rarely sings now, but is well represented on CD, on her own record label. As a session singer, she has recorded with Maddie Southorn on "The Pilgrim Soul" (2005), and with Bram Taylor, Rick Kemp, John Wright, Sara Grey, Hughie Jones, Martyn Wyndham-Read, Nancy Kerr & James Fagan, John Connolly and many others.

Discography[edit]

Albums with Paul Adams

  • Far over The Fell (1975) HI PEEPS
  • Country Hirings
  • Among The Old Familiar Mountains

Compilations

  • Fyre and Sword: Songs of the Border Reivers (2000)
(includes Maddy Prior, John Wright and Janet Russell)
  • Women Folk (2005)
(includes Maddy Prior, The Witches of Eastwick and Frankie Armstrong
  • Banklands - a CD compilation of tracks from Fellside's vinyl back catalogue
  • Flash Company - 25 years of Fellside Recordings
  • Landmarks - triple album compilation of classic Fellside tracks
  • Selections From the Penguin Book of Folk Songs (1995)
(includes Jez Lowe, Martin Carthy and Roy Harris)
  • Voices In Harmony
  • Voices - English Traditional Song (1992)
(includes Frankie Armstrong, Maddy Prior, Cyril Tawney, The Watersons, Peta Webb, A.L. Lloyd, Roy Bailey, Peter Bellamy, Patti Reid, John Kirkpatrick, Martin Carthy, Shirley Collins, Swan Arcade and June Tabor

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