Launched in 1971, probably as a result of the demise of Tribune Records.
Danny Doyle and The Dubliners had previously been with
Tribune Records who folded around the same time, and there is undoubtedly a link between the two labels.
The address on PLS002 is given as Tribune House, Harcourt Street, Dublin 2.
Lasted less than a year.
The Sands LP was unauthorized and had to be withdrawn following legal action, which may have contributed to the label's early demise. It also resulted in what is undoubtedly the rarest showband LP.
If anyone knows more about Plough Records, please get in touch.
Singles (PLS series) Singles PLS 001 Danny Doyle - Take Me Home Country Roads / Crooked Lane [6/1971] (PS) PLS 002 Bridie Gallagher - If I Had My Life To Live Over / Golden Jubilee PLS 003 The Dubliners - Free The People / The Beggarman  (PS) PLS 004 Danny Doyle - My Dearest Dear / Mr. Bojangles  Albums (PL series) PL 1001 Danny Doyle - s/t  PL 1002 Niall Toibin - Toibin Being Behan  extracts from Brendan Behan's Borstal Boy, The Hostage, and other writings reissued by Ram in 1977 (RMLP 1018) PL 1010 The Dubliners - Hometown  PLX Budget Series PLX 501 The Sands - Time Out With The Sands  withdrawn singles compilation PLX 502 Various - Ballads Bold & Boozey LP [1971?]