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Blix Street Records features albums by DAVY KNOWLES & BACK DOOR SLAM, EVA CASSIDY and a diverse collection of Celtic, Instrumental and Vocal albums.

Gifthorse Records features albums by MARY BLACK.

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The Black Family


Mary Black and her three brothers (Shay, Michael & Martin) first performed together in the folk clubs of Dublin during the mid-70s. In 1979 they were joined by the youngest member of the family, Frances.

Although the members of The Black Family have since pursued separate careers, they periodically reunite for concerts and albums. Their critically acclaimed first album, simply titled The Black Family was originally released in Ireland in 1986.


The Black Family

The Black Family

by The Black Family
(Shay, Michael, Martin, Mary & Frances)

CD: G2-10019
$12.99

Tracks: The Broom of the Cowdenknows, Colcannon, The Motorway Song, Tomorrow is a Long Time, Donkey Riding, Will Ye Gang Love, The Bramble and the Rose, the Ploughboy Lads, The Warlike Lads of Russia, Dark and Roving Eye, James Connolly, Wheel The Parambulator.


Time For Touching Home

Time For Touching Home

by The Black Family
(Shay, Michael, Martin & Frances)

CD: G2-10020
$12.99

 

Tracks: Alabama John Cherokee, Rough Ride, Old bones, Farewell to the Gold, Sweet Liberty, Peat Bog Soldiers, Weave and Mend, Time Alone, the song of the Diggers, Since Maggie Went Away, First Christmas, Eliza Lee, This Love Will Carry


What A Time by The Black Brothers

What A Time

by The Black Brothers
(Shay, Michael & Martin)

CD: G2-10021
$12.99

 

Tracks: The Charladies Ball, True Love, Molly Na gCuach Ni Chuilleanain, London Danny, Now I Have To Call Him Father, the Recruiting Sergeant, The Great Storm Is Over, Love At A Distance, the Holly And The Ivy, Tear-drops and Two-steps, War Without Bangs, Sweet Reconciliation, Down Our Street, What A Time.

The Black Brothers Website.