Foyle Records was a DIY label from Northern Ireland. It managed three singles. Foyle Records presumably it was named after the river. The layout of the label bears a resemblance to that of other DIY / independent labels from the North such as R & O and Beal Feirste Records, suggesting that they may share a common origin. Staff Captain McDaid by Honey, was issued in 1974 and had a catalogue number of FD-601. I presume that the song is about IRA captain James McDaid who was shot by the British army in 1972. Two years later a single by Fiona appeared, 'Peace' b/w 'Valley Of Dreams'; that was numbered FR-1976. The practise of using the year as the number seems to have continued, as a 1981 single by Pridesmen, 'Gene Stuart' b/w 'Shores Of Lough Neagh' was FR-1981. Distributed By Foyle Records. Thanks to Robert Lyons For The Info.