MARY BLACK: the collection

 [77K .GIF of Dara album cover]

Original Issue date: 1992

Issue Formats:

Dara ??
Grapevine: GRAMC 010
Dara ??
Grapevine: GRAPELP 010
Dara: DaraCD046
Grapevine: GRACD 010
Grapevine Mary Black the collection live

Musicians as on original recordings cited

Note: track lists differ between the Dara and Grapevine recordings

Track List [taken from Dara vinyl]:

Side 1:

  1. The Moon and St. Christopher (Mary Chapin Carpenter) - recorded 1992
  2. No Frontiers (Jimmy McCarthy) - "No Frontiers"/Dara032
  3. Babes In the Wood (Noel Brazil) - "Babes in the Wood" /Dara040
  4. Carolina Rua (Thom Moore) - "No Frontiers"/Dara032
  5. Katie (Jimmy McCarthy) - "By the Time It Gets Dark" /Dara027
  6. Columbus (Noel Brazil) - "No Frontiers"/Dara032
  7. Adam At the Window (Jimmy McCarthy) - "Babes in the Wood" /Dara040

Side 2:

  1. Ellis Island (Noel Brazil) - "Without The Fanfare" /Dara016
  2. Bright Blue Rose (Jimmy McCarthy) - "Babes in the Wood" /Dara040
  3. Past the Point of Rescue (Mick Hanly) - "No Frontiers" /Dara032
  4. Only A Woman's Heart (Eleanor McEvoy) (featuring Eleanor McEvoy)
  5. Roisin (Noel Brazil) recorded for this album
  6. Tearing Up the Town (Noel Brazil) - recorded 1992
  7. There's A Train That Leaves Tonight (Declan Sinnott/ T Henderson) - recorded June 1992 (original version on "Without The Fanfare"/Dara016)

note: collection on the GrapeCD label substitutes "Vanities" for "Past the Point of Rescue" and "Song For Ireland" for "Roisin", and has less complete inlay booklet attributions.

Album Credits:
Produced by: Declan Sinnot except track 11 [side 2/track 4], produced by Noel Eccles, Eleanor McEvoy & Mary Black
compiled on Dynaudio Speakers-Craft Studio Monitors

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