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The Dubliners: Discography
The Dubliners Dublin



  • The Dubliners Dublin
    • 1988 - Harmac HM 88 LP
    • 1989 - Polydor 841 581 1 LP (Germany)
    • 1989 - Polydor 841 581 4 CD (Germany)
    • 1989 - Interfusion D19930 (Australia)
    • 2003 - Baycourt BAYCD040 CD
    • 2005/06 - Celtic Airs CACD0101 CD
    • 2007 - Foreign Media Group 8471 CD
  • Side One
    1. Finnegan's Wake
    2. Raglan Road
    3. The Zoological Gardens
    4. Hornpipes: The Honeysuckle, The Golden Eagle
    5. Sez She
    6. Three Lovely Lassies From Kimmage
    7. Johnny Doyle
    8. Weile Waile
    9. Bombo Lane
    10. The Monto
  • Side Two
    1. The Old Triangle
    2. The Dublin Jack Of All Trades
    3. Dicey Reilly
    4. Reels: Ril Gan Ainm, Sheahan's Reel, Jenny's Wedding
    5. The Ragman's Ball
    6. Seven Drunken Nights
    7. Christ Church
    8. Spanish Lady
    9. The Rare Oul' Times

  • The Dubliners
    • Ronnie Drew: Vocals & Guitar
    • Barney McKenna: Banjo & Mandolin
    • John Sheahan: Fiddle, Whistles & Concertina
    • Seán Cannon: Vocals & Guitar
    • Eamonn Campbell: Guitar & Mandolin
  • Musicians
    • Michael Howard: Classical Guitar & Bouzouki on "Christ Church"
    • John Drummond: Double Bass
    • Michael Healy: Orchestra Leader
  • Credits
    • Produced by Eamon Campbell
    • Executive Producer: John Sheahan
    • Recorded at Windmill Studios, Dublin
    • Engineer: Bill Somerviille-Large & Philip Begley
    • Engineers' Assistants: John Grimes & Ciaran Byrne
    • String Arrangements: Eamon Campbell
  • Notes
    • This album is the first Dubliners release with Eamonn Campbell, as a full-time member of the group.
  • Video
    • The Dubliners Dublin: 1989 - WB DDV 2 VI
      • This is the companion video — containing half of the same songs.
      • Tracks: 2, 4-7, 12 & 16-18 do not appear on the video …