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Last Call


Download links and information about Last Call. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Rock genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 51:37 minutes.

Release date: 2014
Genre: Rock
Tracks: 13
Duration: 51:37
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No. Title Length
1. Salsa O'keefe (Black 47) 4:25
2. Culchie Prince (Black 47) 4:18
3. Dublin Days (Black 47) 3:34
4. US of A 2014 (Black 47) 4:40
5. The Night the Showbands Died (Black 47) 4:47
6. Johnny Comes a'Courtin (Black 47) 4:58
7. Let the People In (Black 47) 3:36
8. Lament for John Kuhlman (Black 47) 0:44
9. St. Patricks Day (Black 47) 3:33
10. Queen of Coney Island (Black 47) 3:48
11. Shanty Irish Baby (Black 47) 4:15
12. Ballad of Brendan Behan (Black 47) 4:50
13. Hard Times (Black 48) 4:09



People are stubborn; musicians more so than most. So it’s a pleasant gust of fresh air to have Black 47 announce that they're hanging it up in November of 2014 after 25 years together. Continuing their blend of classic punk, folk, Gaelic, rock, and other styles, this New York City band are going out with a bang on Last Call, their final studio album. The world is a different place now than when Black 47 started, but singer/guitarist Larry Kirwan and the boys have stuck to their guns, reveling in the city's rich cultural fabric (“Queen of Coney Island” and “Salsa O’Keefe”), speaking out against injustice (“US of A 2014” and “Let the People In”), and celebrating Irish culture (“Ballad of Brendan Behan” and “Shanty Irish Baby”). The band also keep challenging expectations—the Celtic immigrant song set to reggae on “Johnny Comes a’Courtin’” stands out, as does the punk reel “St. Patrick’s Day,” which mixes celebration and sentimentality without pandering. This band retain a clear-eyed vision undimmed by the years.