|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 |
|GLO 103||Denis Bowler - The Green Pound / Fiddle Selection |
|GLO 105|| Billy Donegan & The Country Hillsiders - Time Out For Jesus / Blue Ridge Mountains Turning Green |
Billy Donegan, from Killarney, fronted Billy Donegan, Trish & Jambalaya later in the decade.
|GLO 106||Trinity - When Will I Be Loved / Love Song  (PS)|
|GLO 107|| Sonny Knowles, Des Smyth, Peg Denehy - Snow On The Ground / Where My Eileen Is Waiting // Be My Christmas Tree / Una Taloma Blanca |
subtitled Ireland's Rising Star Singers with Their Friends. The title of the last track is mispelled ('Paloma').
|GLO 108|| Chaff - The Bold O'Donoghue / Sorry the Day I Was Married |
Both sides recorded live in Murphy's Dungivan
|GLO 109|| Yvonne Egan - Amapola // Recollections / Turn Around  Arr/Prod: Gerry Hughes|
|GLO 110|| Pat Watson - The Wonder Of You / Please Don't Go  |
|GLO 112|| Chaff - Down By The Dockyard / March of the Chanters  (PS) |
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.