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  1. God Bless' The Child Written-By – Arthur Herzog, Jr., Billie Holiday: B3: Mary Ann Written-By – Ray Charles: B4: Sinner's Prayer Written-By – Lowell Fulson: B5: Fare Thee Well Written-By – Fred Brooks:
  2. God Bless The Child: B4: Rare's Hill: Notes With insert Barcode and Other Identifiers Matrix / Runout (Side 1 etched): DARA A CP GG; Matrix / Runout (Side 1 etched): MARY BLACK SP A Mary Black: Mary Black ‎ (CD, Album) Dara Records: G Ireland: Unknown: Sell This Version: GRACD , /5(13).
  3. Background. Mary Black was born into a musical family on Charlemont Street in Dublin, Ireland, and had four roheartlikirfiadreamdasbiodemafoodmu.coinfo was educated at St Louis High School, roheartlikirfiadreamdasbiodemafoodmu.coinfo father was a fiddler, who came from Rathlin Island off the coast of Northern Ireland, her mother a singer, and her brothers had their own musical group called The Black Brothers and her younger sister Frances would go on to.
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  5. Mary Black () Rose Of Allendale Lovin' You Loving Hannah My Donald Crusader Anachie Gordon Home God Bless The Child Rare's Hill Without the Fanfare () There's A Train That Leaves Tonight State Of Heart Nightime The Crow On The Cradle Greatest Dream The Water Is Wide Ellis Island Strange Thing Without The Fanfare As I Leave Behind Neidin Diamond Days Going Gone By the .
  6. Listen to your favorite songs from My Way: A Musical Tribute to Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr by Eartha Kitt And The Black Academy Choir Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  7. New 5 part RTÉ TV series to choose Ireland’s favourite folk song, presented by Mary, and launched on The Late Late Show "Mary Black Sings Jimmy MacCarthy" album release Current Concerts.
  8. Blood, Sweat & Tears recorded this for their self-titled album, which won the Grammy for Album of the Year. In our interview with David Clayton-Thomas, who sang lead on the track, he explained that covering the song was not a popular decision, since it was so associated with Billie Holiday and considered a black anthem.

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