The Dubliners: Discogrpahy
Anthologies & Guest Appearances
- Notable and Rare Releases
- Folk Festival - Festival Folk: 1964
- Folk Festival - Festival Folk: 1964 - Waverley ZLP 2033 LP
- This live recording includes five tracks by the Dubliners.
- According the record sleeve, Folk Festival … was "Recorded in Usher Hall, Edinburgh — 1964".
- The group's first LP,
The Dubliners with Luke Kelly was recorded in late 1963.
- So, these are early Dubliners recordings, but not the first.
- Luke Kelly sings "Barnyards of Delgaty" on this LP — this song does not appear on any other
- Additionally, the version of "I'm a Rover" (included here) is longer than one subsequently recorded on 1967's
A Drop of the Hard Stuff.
- This LP was reissued circa 1969 —
other than that, to my knowledge — none of these tracks have been
re-released (in any form) since.
- Irish Folk Night: 1964
- Irish Folk Night: 1964 - Decca LK 4633 LP
- Recorded in June, 1964, this live recording includes six tracks by the Dubliners.
- Also included are 2 tracks with Luke Kelly and Dave Phillips.
- Apparently, this LP was recorded when Luke was about ready to leave group.
- Of these songs — 3 never appeared on any other Dubliners release: "The Little Beggerman", "The Wild Mountain Thyme" & "The Bonny Lass of Fyvie"
- A different ("previously unreleased") version of "Ratcliffe Highway" — from 1969 LP
At Home with the Dubliners recording session (see below) — was eventually released on the 1998
compilation, Ireland's No. 1 Folk Group, and subsequently included on other compilation CDs.
- None of these (original) tracks have been re-released (in any form).
- RTÉ's Festival Folk — Volume Three: 1983
- RTÉ's Festival Folk — Volume Three: 1983 - RTE MC86 LP
- Festival of Irish Folk - Volume 1: 1994 - COL-3113 CD
- The tracks by the Dubliners, "Town I Loved So Well" (vocals by Ronnie Drew) and "Marino Waltz" were only issued on these releases.
- These recordings (and videos) were part of the RTÉ's Festival Folk series, recorded at the National Stadium, Dublin
in the summer of 1982.
- The original vinyl LP is quite hard to find.
- This page represents Anthologies & Guest Appearances by the Dubliners as a group.
- Additionally, I am only listing Anthology albums with unique Dubliners' tracks.
- Solo, etc. appearances are listed in the performer's respective discographies.