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No Frontiers

No Frontiers
Mary Black
Released 1989
Recorded Ireland, 1989
Genre Celtic
Mary Black chronology

By the Time it Gets Dark
No Frontiers
Babes in the Wood

No Frontiers is an album by Irish singer Mary Black. The album was one of Ireland's best selling albums of 1989 and introduced her to audiences elsewhere in Europe and in the United States and Japan.[1]

Track listing

  1. "No Frontiers" – 3:57
  2. "Past the Point of Rescue" – 6:45
  3. "The Shadow" – 5:46
  4. "Carolina Rua" – 5:04
  5. "Shuffle of the Buckled" – 4:17
  6. "Columbus" – 4:10
  7. "Another Day" – 4:34
  8. "Fat Valley of Pain" – 6:20
  9. "I Say a Little Prayer" – 5:34
  10. "Vanities" – 4:38
  11. "The Fog in Monterey" – 4:02


  • Declan Sinnott - Guitars, harmony vocals, producer
  • Pat Crowley - Accordion, keyboards, harmony vocals
  • Garvan Gallagher - Double bass, harmony vocals
  • Noel Bridgeman - Percussion, harmony vocals
  • Carl Geraghty - Saxophone
  • Dónal Lunny - Keyboards
  • Caroline Lavelle - Cello
  • Mandy Murphy - Backing vocals
  • Tony Davis - Backing vocals


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