WELCOME TO ALL CELTIC MUSIC

FIND CELTIC MUSIC




Please select your country:

Down the Crooked Road - The Soundtrack

Mary Black

Irish
3u Records

Released: 1st November 2014
Catalogue Number: TUCD035
Barcode: 5099343611351
Running Time: 71 Mins.

CD£11.80 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched tomorrow.

You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks on this album using the player below.


The 'soundtrack' is the sountrack of the life of Mary Black and blends in with her autobiography and are selected from her catalogue of material stretching back twenty five years and more.
A labour of love on her part.
Enjoy! She will like that!!

1) Carolina Rua
2) The Moon & St.Christopher
3) Another Day
4) The Loving Time
5) Schooldays Over
6) Colcannon
7) No Frontiers
8) Mountains To the Sea
9) The Circus
10) I Live Not Where I Love
11) Ring Them Bells
12) Past the Point of Rescue
13) Faith in Fate
14) Sonny
15) Moments
16) Ellis Island
17) Paddy's Lamentation
18) Who Knows Where the Time Goes
The 'soundtrack' is the sountrack of the life of Mary Black and blends in with her autobiography and are selected from her catalogue of material stretching back twenty five years and more.
A labour of love on her part.
Enjoy! She will like that!!

Lineup

Mary Black - Vocals
Accompaniment from catalogue recordings featuring the cream of Ireland's music scene.
Guests include:
The Black Family
Imelda May
Joan Baez
Dolores Keane & Emmylou Harris
De Dannan

ACCOUNT



SHOPPING CART

You have no items in your order.

MAILING LIST

Enter your email address below to get updates on new releases




TOP SELLERS


YOUTUBE

We have a YouTube channel where you can watch some of the celtic music related videos we've found.
www.youtube.com/allcelticmusic

ISA MUSIC

The downloads on this site are provided by Isa Music. They also distribute music to iTunes, eMusic, Spotify and many others. If you want to sell your music on all celtic then you register it online via Isa.
www.isa-music.com



MASTHEAD

Our current header image was taken by Nick Bramhall and you can find the original here.