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The Dubliners: Discogrpahy
Miscellaneous EPs — 1987-2005


The Irish Rover — w/The Pogues

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  • The Irish Rover
    • 1987 - Stiff BUY IT 258 [12"]
    • 1987 - Stiff BUY 258 [7"]
    • 1987 - Upfront 6.20751 (Teldec 247 368-0) [12"] (Germany)
    • 1987 - Upfront 6.14829 [7"] (Germany)

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  • Side One
    1. The Irish Rover (Trad., arr. The Pogues & The Dubliners)
  • Side Two
    1. The Rare Ould Mountain Dew (Trad., arr. The Pogues & The Dubliners)
    2. The Dubliners Fancy (Trad., arr. Eamonn Campbell & John Sheehan)
  • Credits:
    • The Pogues & The Dubliners
    • Produced by Eamonn Campbell
    • Engineered by Harold Burgon, Paul Scully & Dave Jordan
    • Engineered by Tim Martin — ("The Dubliners Fancy")
    • Sleeve Illustration by John Hewitt
    • Back Photo by Tom Collins

  • Notes:
    • "The Irish Rover" & "The Rare Ould Mountain Dew" also appear on The Dubliners' - 25-Years Celebration: 1987 - Harmac HM 25 LP
    • "The Dubliners Fancy" only appears on the 12" releases …

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Jack's Heroes — w/The Pogues

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  • Jack's Heroes
    • 1990 - WEA YZ 500T [12"]
    • 1990 - WEA YZ 500 [7"]
    • 1990 - WEA YZ 500CD CD
    • 1990 - WEA 9031-71773-7 [7"] — Europe

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  • Track List:
    1. Jack's Heroes (Stacy/Woods)
    2. Whiskey In The Jar (7" Version)
    3. Whiskey In The Jar (Extended Version)
  • Credits:
    • The Pogues & The Dubliners
    • Produced by Dave Jordan & Terry Woods
    • Engineer: Chris Dickie
    • Mixed by Eamonn Campbell & John Sheahan — Track 2
    • Remix: Dave Jordan — Track 3
    • Sleeve Illustration: John Hewitt
    • Recorded at RAK Studios, London

  • Notes:
    • Track 2 does not appear on the 12" release
    • Track 3 does not appear on the 7" releases
    • All 3 tracks appear on the CD release

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Yeah, Yeah, Yeah — w/The Pogues
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  • Yeah, Yeah, Yeah
    • 1990 - Island 422-846 723-1 [12"]
    • 1990 - Island 422-846 723-2 CD

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  • Track List:
    1. Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah (Long Version) (Shane MacGowan)
    2. Honky Tonk Woman (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards)
    3. Jack's Hero's (Terry Woods/Peter Stacy) — w/The Dubliners
    4. Whiskey In A Jar (Long Version) — w/The Dubliners
  • Credits:
    • Tracks 1 & 2:
      • Produced by Steve Lillywhrte
      • Engineered by Chris Dickie
      • Brass & String Arrangements: Fiachra Trench
      • Backing Vocals: Frankie Miller & Cheyne Stacy
    • Tracks 3 & 4:
      • Produced by Dave Jordan & Terry Woods
      • Engineered by Chris Dickie
      • Remixed by Dave Jordan — "Whiskey In A Jar"
      • Recorded at RAK Studios London
      • Chorus: Spider Stacy, Terry Woods, Darryl Hunt, Andrew Ranken, John Sheahan, Eamonn Campbell, Paul Verner, Jim Hand, Frank Murray
    • Photography: Pyke
    • Design: Ryan Art

  • Notes
    • Also see same titled 1998 EP release (w/different track list)
      • The Pogues EP does not include tracks with the Dubliners.
      • However, John Sheahan plays fiddle on "The Limerick Rake"

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The Rose — w/Hothouse Flowers
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  • The Rose
    • 1991 - London HHFCD5 CD

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  • Track List:
    1. The Rose
    2. Red Roses For Me
    3. The Rose (extended version)

  • Musicians
    • The Dubliners:
      • Ronnie Drew
      • Barney McKenna
      • John Sheahan
      • Sean Cannon
      • Eamonn Campbell
    • Hothouse Flowers
  • Credits
    • Produced by Eamonn Campbell
    • Engineer: Tim Martin
    • Recorded at Westland Studios
    • A charity single for Rose Week '91.

  • Notes:
    • These tracks are from 30 Years A-Greying — Ronnie Drew's last album as an official member of Dubliners.

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Red Roses For Me — w/Niamh Kavanagh
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  • Red Roses For Me
    • 1994 - Raglan 8510522 CD [EP]

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  • Track List:
    1. Red Roses For Me — Niamh Kavanagh & The Dubliners
    2. The Rose Of Allendale
    3. Red Roses For Me (Instrumental)
  • Credits
    • Producer: Eamonn Campbell
    • Engineer: Bill Sommerville-Large
    • Recorded at Park House Recording Studios
  • Notes:
    • Charity single for Rose Week 94 released in aid of the Irish Epilepsy Association.

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Working Man
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  • Working Man
    • 1996 - Pinorrekk 3403023 CD

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  • Track List:
    1. Working Man
    2. St. Patrick's Cathedral
    3. Further Along

  • The Dubliners
    • Barney McKenna
    • John Sheahan
    • Sean Cannon
    • Eamonn Campbell
    • Paddy Reilly

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The Dubliners - Tour Sampler
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  • The Dubliners - Tour Sampler
    • 2005 - Baycourt Records CD

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  • Track List:
    1. All For Me Grog (Trad. Arr., Campbell, Watchorn, Sheahan, McKenna) — Patsy
    2. I Wish I Had Someone To Love Me (Trad. Arr., Campbell, Watchorn, Sheahan, McKenna) — Barney
    3. When The Boys Come Rolling Home (Tommy Sands) — Séan
    4. Waltzing With Angels — John
    5. Dublin Minstrel (O'Donoghue) — Patsy
    6. Night Visiting Song (Trad. Arr., Cannon, Campbell, Sheahan, McKenna) — Séan
    7. The Ferryman (Pete St. John) — Patsy

  • The Dubliners
    • Barney McKenna
    • John Sheahan
    • Sean Cannon
    • Eamonn Campbell
    • Patsy Watchorn
  • Credits
    • All tracks produced by Eamonn Campbell & John Sheahan
      • Except "I Wish I Had Someone To Love Me"
      • Produced by Barney McKenna, Eamonn Campbell & John Sheahan
    • Recorded in Virtu Studio, 46 Jervis Lane, Dublin 1
    • Engineer: Dave Slevin
    • Front Cover Photograph © Jim McCann
    • © 2005 Baycourt Records

  • Notes
    • This EP is the first Dubliners release with Patsy Watchorn, as a member of the group.
    • Apparently, this CD sampler was only available at The Dubliners' concerts.
    • My thanks to Peter Schittler, from Patsy Watchorn's official site, for sending me a copy.

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