Babes in the Wood is Mary Black’s finest, most consistently pleasing album. There is no filler here, and her song selection, culled from new songwriters such as Noel Brazil and classic folkies such as Richard Thompson, is impeccable. the acoustic arrangements (including guitar, piano, mandolin, Dobro, and accordion) are carried out by her longtime backing musicians, although the music has a decidedly more pop than Celtic flavor on this album. Tracks are: Still Believing, Bright Blue Rose, Golden Mile, Babes in the Wood, the Thorn Upon the Rose, Just Around the Corner, Brand New Star, Prayer for Love, Adam at the Window, the Dimming of the Day, Might As Well Be a Slave, the Urge for Going. 180 gram vinyl.