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GLO 101 Noel V Ginnity - When the Common Market Came To Hackballscross / Right Says She (And Her Hat Fell Off) [1974?]
GLO 102 David Beggs - This Is Ireland / Shenandoah [1974]
GLO 103 Denis Bowler - The Green Pound / Fiddle Selection [1974]
GLO 104  
GLO 105 Billy Donegan & The Country Hillsiders - Time Out For Jesus / Blue Ridge Mountains Turning Green [1975]
Billy Donegan, from Killarney, fronted Billy Donegan, Trish & Jambalaya later in the decade.
GLO 106 Trinity - When Will I Be Loved / Love Song [1975] (PS)
GLO 107 The Rising Star Singers - The Rising Star Siners with their friends Sonny Knowles, Des Smyth, Peg Denehey EP [1975] (PS)
tracks: Snow On The Ground / Where My Eileen Is Waiting // Be My Christmas Tree / Una Paloma Blanca
The credit information on the labels is ambiguous: it's not obvious from the context that the phrase 'Ireland's Rising Star Singers' contains an artist name. Some copies have a sticker added to the label making it plain that 'Rising Star Singers' is the name of the main artist. The last track is misspelled ('Taloma') on the label but not on the PS.
GLO 108 Chaff - The Bold O'Donoghue / Sorry the Day I Was Married [1976]
Both sides recorded live in Murphy's Dungivan
GLO 109 Yvonne Egan - Amapola // Recollections / Turn Around [1976] Arr/Prod: Gerry Hughes

GLO 110 Pat Watson - The Wonder Of You / Please Don't Go [1976]

GLO 111  
GLO 112 Chaff - Down By The Dockyard / March of the Chanters [1977] (PS) some with misprinted GLO 111 labels
Folk group from Derry who also recorded for Olympic Records.
A-side by David McWilliams, B-side trad.add.
Recorded at Dublin Sound.
GLO 13 Ray Kennedy & Platform - Love Is A Game / The Deadly Box Of War [1982?]
The catalogue number is not a mistake. There is no number on the label but the matrix is clearly GLO 13. Even so we assume it's GLO 113.
The A-side is a Pete St.John song. Platform also recorded for Olympic and ID Records.
GLO 121 Ray Kennedy & Platform - Four Strong Winds / Geraldine [19??]
Recorded at Lombard and Windmill Lane Studios. The B-side is credited to Ray Kennedy & Platform with Donabate Youth Choir.

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