Mary Black
No Frontiers =180g HQ vinyl =

  1 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm   

1989-2014 EU Pure Pleasure reissue on audiophile 180g LP-Mary Black's 1989 "No Frontiers" is nothing short of a masterpiece. This (and the follow up 1991's "Babes In The Wood", Pure Pleasure PPAN002) was when Black was at her creative and vocal peak. "No

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Release date: 03-11-2014(originally released in 1993)
 
2014 EU Pure Pleasure reissue on audiophile 180g LP-

Mary Black's 1989 "No Frontiers" is nothing short of a masterpiece. This (and the follow up 1991's "Babes In The Wood", Pure Pleasure PPAN002) was when Black was at her creative and vocal peak. "No Frontiers" (the song) has become something of an Irish classic, a party piece for so many (even the Corrs covered it on "Unplugged") and "Past The Point Of Rescue" was a massive country hit in 1991 for Hal Ketchum. Both songs are superb and Black's versions are the greatest. "Carolina Rua" and "Vanities" (featured on the huge selling "A Woman's Heart") are well known but it is the darker "Columbus" and the mesmerizing "Fat Valley Of Pain" that showcase both the heartbreak and the depth of the album. A fine introduction to Black's music - the right mixture of folk and contemporary and one of the finest albums to come out of Ireland in the 1980s.

Recording: 1989 by Dan Fitzgerald Production: Declan Sinnott

Tracks:
1. No Frontiers
2. Past the Point of Rescue
3. The Shadow
4. Carolina Rua
5. Shuffle of the Buckled
6. Columbus
7. Another Day
8. Fat Valley of Pain
9. I Say a Little Prayer
10. Vanities
11. The Fog In Monterey

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: Pure Pleasure Record
Originally released: 1993
This release: 2014
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