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Elvis Murphy's Green Suede Shoes

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Perfect Companion

    With “Elvis Murphy” serving as companion to Larry Kirwan’s 400 page “Green Suede Shoes” memoir, we are once again treated to new music from one of the world’s great musical treasures: Black 47. For first time Black 47 listeners, who maybe arrived at this CD via the companion book, my only wish is that this leads them further to that fountainhead of music which is the entire 15 year of work of Black 47. There are anthems throughout their many records, and with this new record, “The Day They Set Jim Larkin Free” joins the likes of James Connolly and Bobby Sands MP as a Black 47 anthem. Larry Kirwan’s songwriting shares memories with the listener of earlier times in Ireland with a New York club scene feel. The music is political, serious, humorous, passionate, personal and addictive; in short, it is more Black 47.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    "Won't you consider your options"

    In the vast desert of mediocrity that is contemporary pop music Black47 is a delightful mirage made real. You've got to see them live to really get it but if one album could possibly sum up what they're all about, this is it.

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