Black 47 - 1989 - 1999 10 Bloody Years Of Black 47 FLAC album
Bobby Sands, MP. 5:59. 10. Green Suede Shoes.
See which songs from which albums Black 47 played through the years. 1989-1999: Ten Bloody Years of Black 47.
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Black 47 was a celtic rock band from New York City, formed in 1989 by Larry Kirwan and Chris Byrne, and derives its name from a traditional term for the summer of 1847, the worst year of the Great Famine in Ireland. Kirwan originally arrived in New York City from Wexford aged 19, and played in a succession of bands before teaming with Byrne, a Brooklyn policeman, in 1989.
Album by Black 47. The Patriot Game. Free Joe Now. Our Lady of the Bronx. Funky Ceílí (Bridie's Song). Time To Go. Bobby Sands MP.
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Black 47's self-released debut album brought joy to the hearts of their growing downtown cult following and made the eyes of major label A&R men light up with dollar signs. The band's punky insouciance, sense of humor, and hooky fusion of Celtic, American, and Jamaican musical influences looked like an awful lot like a winning commercial combination at the time. Black 47's subsequent SBK releases (some of which featured re-recorded versions of these same songs) flopped, but ten years later you can still hear what everyone got so excited about in the raw energy of this debut.
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|2||Free Joe Now||3:37|
|3||Our Lady Of The Bronx||5:39|
|4||Funky Céilí (Bridie’s Song)||4:01|
|6||Into The West||3:57|
|8||Time To Go||4:31|
|9||Bobby Sands, MP||5:59|
|10||Green Suede Shoes||4:03|
|11||Walk All The Days||4:00|
|13||For What It's Worth
Composed By – Stephen Stills
- Bass – Andrew Goodsight (tracks: 9, 11, 14), Dave Conrad (tracks: 1 - 5)
- Arranged By [Brass Arrangements] – Fred Parcells (tracks: 5)
- Arranged By [Brass Chorale] – Geoffrey Blythe* (tracks: 7)
- Bagpipes [Uilleann Pipes], Bodhrán, Whistle – Chris Byrne
- Banjo – Seamus Egan (tracks: 11)
- Bass – Kevin Jenkins (tracks: 7, 8)
- Drums, Djembe, Percussion – Thomas Hamlin
- Electric Guitar – Mike Fazio (tracks: 9)
- Engineer – Dave Battelene (tracks: 9, 11), Johnny Byrne (tracks: 2, 4, 5), Julio Peña (tracks: 2, 4, 5)
- Engineer [Assistant] – Keith Mannino (tracks: 9, 11), Randy Whiteman (tracks: 7, 8), Rory Romano (tracks: 7, 8)
- Engineer [Assistant] – Joe Warda (tracks: 7, 8)
- Engineer, Mixed By – Ian Bryan (tracks: 9, 11), Jon Goldberger (tracks: 6)
- Engineer, Technician [Production Coordination] – Jon Carter (tracks: 9, 11)
- Guitar, Vocals, Percussion, Programmed By, Producer, Written By – Larry Kirwan
- Keyboards – Jerry Harrison (tracks: 7, 8)
- Lute – Mike Fazio (tracks: 1)
- Mixed By – Tom Lord-Alge (tracks: 7)
- Producer – Ric Ocasek (tracks: 3)
- Producer, Mixed By – Stewart Lerman (tracks: 14)
- Recorded By – Jay Mark (tracks: 7)
- Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Clarinet – Geoffrey Blythe*
- Trombone, Whistle, Vocals – Fred Parcells
- Vocals – Mary Martello (tracks: 7)