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The Dublinerss: Discography
Group Anthologies


Folk Festival - Festival Folk

  • Folk Festival - Festival Folk
    • 1964 - Waverley ZLP 2033 LP
    • 1967 - Dominion LP 1322 LP (Canada)
  • Folk Festival
    • 1969 (circa) - World Record Club WRC ST890 LP

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  • Side One
    1. Barnyards of Delgaty Luke Kelly and Entire Cast
    2. Spread Your Carpet — Nadia Cattouse
    3. I'm A Rover — The Dubliners
    4. The River Ben Come Down — Nadia Cattouse
    5. Let The Bulgine Run — Ray and Archie Fisher
    6. Sweets of May — The Dubliners
  • Side Two
    1. Bog Down In The Valley-O Ronnie Browne and Entire Cast
    2. The Buildings — Ray and Archie Fisher
    3. Father Murphy's Air Barney McKennna
    4. I Wanna Have A Little Bomb Like Yours — Nadia Cattouse
    5. A Lum Hat Wantin' A Croon — Ray and Archie Fisher
    6. Peggy Lettermore — The Dubliners
    7. Air Falalalo — Ray & Archie Fisher & Entire Cast

  • Credits
    • Recorded in Usher Hall, Edinburgh — 1964

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Irish Folk Night
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  • Irish Folk Night
    • 1964 - Decca LK 4633 LP

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  • Side One
    1. The Little Beggerman — The Dubliners
    2. The Sweets of May — The Dubliners
    3. The Wild Mountain ThymeLuke Kelly & Dave Phillips
    4. The Good Ship Calabah — Paul Lenihan
    5. Ratcliffe Highway — The Dubliners
    6. Three lovely Ladies (from Kimmage) — The Dubliners
  • Side Two
    1. Down by the Liffeyside — The Dubliners
    2. The Stray away Child — Margaret Gorman, Michael Barry & Jimmy Power
    3. The Findind of Moses — Paul Lenihan
    4. The Bonny Lass of Fyvie — The Dubliners
    5. Whiskey in the Jar — Paul Lenihan
    6. The Gentleman Soldier Luke Kelly & Dave Phillips

  • Musicians
    • The Dubliners:
      • Ronnie Drew, Luke Kelly, Barney McKenna & Ciarán Bourke
    • Dave Phillips
    • Paul Lenihan
    • Margaret Barry, Michael Gorman & Jimmy Power
  • Credits
    • Recorded live at Folksong El Toro, London, 29 June 1964

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The Late Late Show Tribute

  • The Late Late Show Tribute to The Dubliners
    • 1987 - RTÉ RTC87 VHS
    • 2008 - Celtic Airs CADVD0111 DVD
    • 2008 - Celtic Airs CACD0111 CD

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  • Songs:
    1. Seven Drunken Nights — The Dubliners
    2. I Loved The Ground She Walked Upon Jim McCann & The Dubliners
    3. Dreaming My Dreams The Fureys & Davey Arthur
    4. Scorn Not His Simplicity Luke Kelly (video clip)
    5. Luke - A Tribute Christy Moore & The Dubliners
    6. The Irish Rover — The Pogues & The Dubliners & Christy Moore
    7. Marino Waltz — The Dubliners
    8. Humours of Glendart/Saddle the Pony/Brian O'Lynn The Dubliners & The Fureys & Davey Arthur, Christy Moore & Jim McCann
    9. Now I'm easy Ronnie Drew & Stockton's Wing
    10. Springhill Disaster — U2
    11. Don't Get Married — The Dubliners
    12. McAlpine's Fusiliers — The Dubliners
    13. Black Velvet Band — Christy Moore & The Dubliners
    14. Lament for Brendan Behan — Ciarán Bourke
    15. The Old Triangle — Entire Cast

  • The Dubliners
    • Ronnie Drew: Vocals & Guitar
    • Barney McKenna: Banjo & backing vocals
    • John Sheahan: Fiddle & backing vocals
    • Sean Cannon: Vocals & Guitar

Sleeve Notes (Celtic Airs DVD)

Few events in Irish life could draw together so many diverse aspects of the country's society and culture as RTÉ's The Late Late Show did with its special full length 25th birthday tribute to The Dubliners.

On RTÉ's The Late Late Show that night, acknowledging their debt to perhaps the most influential group in the history of Irish Folk Music, were a wide range of musicians and performers including U2, The Pogues, Christy Moore, The Fureys and Davey Arthur, Jim McCann and Stockton's Wing.

It was a spontaneous, run-away party caught live on camera — the kind of party where you'd say: "I wish we'd taped that!" Well we did, and now for the first time this digitally re-mastered extended edition is released to celebarate this memorable and historic occasion.

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Dublin Songs: The Official millenium Album
w/The Dubliners, Paddy Reilly & Jim McCann

  • Dublin Songs: The Official millenium Album
    • 1988 - AJK Records A708 LP (x2)
    • 1988 - K-TEL DUB 1000 LP (x2)
    • 1988 - K-TEL DUB CD 1000 CD
    • 1988 - K-TEL ONE 1407 LP (x2)
    • 1988 - K-TEL ONCD 3407 CD
  • Dublin Songs
    • 1991 - MCI MCCD 042 CD
  • Irish Memories
    • 1993 - K-Tel 3177-2 CD

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  • Album One — Side One
    1. Molly Malone — the Band of Dubs
    2. Rocky Road to Dublin — The Dubliners
    3. Easy and Slow Jim McCann
    4. Spanish Lady Paddy Reilly
    5. Biddy Mulligan — Brendan Grace
  • Side Two
    1. Rare Old Times — The Dubliners
    2. St. Laurence O'Toole The Fureys & Davey Arthur
    3. Dublin-My Dublin — Paddy Reilly
    4. Ringsend Rose — Brendan Grace
    5. Raglan Road — Jim McCann
  • Album Two — Side Three
    1. Dublin Saunter — Paddy Reilly
    2. Night Ferry — The Fureys & Davey Arthur
    3. Dublin Town — Brendan Grace
    4. Foggy Dew — Jim McCann
    5. Auld Triangle — The Dubliners
  • Record Two — Side Four
    1. Summer in Dublin — Jim McCann
    2. Anna Liffey — The Dubliners
    3. Dublin in My Tears — The Fureys & Davey Arthur
    4. Rocky Road to Dublin — Paddy Reilly
    5. Jem Ronnie Drew
    6. Dublin Take Me — The Fureys & Davey Arthur

  • Musicians
    • The Band of 'Dubs': Paddy Moloney (The Chieftains), Maire Ni Bhraionain (Clannad), Leslie Dowdall (In Tua Nua), Maura O'Connell, Mary Black, Finbar Furey, Johnny Logan, Jim McCann, Christy Moore, Paul Brady, Colm Wilkinson, Ronnie Drew, Shay Healy, Tony Kenny, The Dubliners, The Fureys & Davey Arthur
    • Drums and Percussion: Dessie Reynolds and Noel Eccles
    • Bouzouki and bodhràn: Dónal Lunny
    • Harmonica: Andy Irvine
    • Electric Guitar: Greg Boland
    • Bass Guitar: Eoghan O'Neill
    • All other Guitars: Des Moore
    • Accordion: Noel Healy
    • Pipes and Whistles: Declan Masterson
    • Trumpet: Stephen McDonnell
    • Saxophone: Carl Geraghty
    • String Leaders: Audrey Park and Alan Smale
    • Piano and Keyboards: Bill Whelan
    • Programming: Dennis Woods and John Donnelly
    • Backing Vocals: Mandy Murphy, Jennie Stanley
  • Credits
    • Produced and Arranged by Bill Whelan
    • Engineer: Philip Begley
    • Additional Engineering: Andrew Boland
    • Recorded at Lansdowne, Westland and Windmill 3 Studios, Dublin

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Ar Stáitse
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  • Ar Stáitse
    • 2011 - IML/RTÉ CACD2301 CD
    • 2011 - IML/RTÉ CAVD2301 DVD

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  • CD Track List:
    1. McAlpine's Fusiliers — The Dubliners
    2. Weile Waila — The Dubliners
    3. Lord Of The Dance — The Dubliners
    4. That Land I Love So Well Tommy Makem
    5. Farewell To Carlingford — Tommy Makem
    6. The Leaving Of Liverpool — Tommy Makem
    7. I Know My Love Jimmy Crowley & Stokers Lodge
    8. Do You Want Your Old Lobby Washed Down, Con Shine? — Jimmy Crowley & Stokers Lodge
    9. Furniture — Horslips
    10. Never Too Late — Horslips
    11. The Plains Of Kildare Andy Irvine
    12. As I Roved Out — Andy Irvine
    13. Pat Reilly — Andy Irvine
    14. Ain’t Misbehavin’ — Freddie White
    15. Everytime We Say Goodbye — Freddie White
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  • DVD Songs:
    1. McAlpine's Fusiliers — The Dubliners
    2. The Town Of Ballybay — The Dubliners
    3. The Honeymoon Reel/Down The Broom — The Dubliners
    4. The Town I Loved So Well — The Dubliners
    5. Weile Waila — The Dubliners
    6. The Hen's March To The Miden/The Four Poster Bed/Colonel Rodney — The Dubliners
    7. Lord Of The Dance — The Dubliners
    8. That Land I Love So Well Tommy Makem
    9. Come By The Hills — Tommy Makem
    10. Lord of the Dance — Tommy Makem
    11. Farewell to Carlingford — Tommy Makem
    12. The Cobbler — Tommy Makem
    13. William Bloat — Tommy Makem
    14. The Leaving of Liverpool — Tommy Makem
    15. The Liar — Tommy Makem
    16. The Coal Quay Market Jimmy Crowley & Stokers Lodge
    17. I Know My Love — Jimmy Crowley & Stokers Lodge
    18. The Mason's Apron/Doherty's Reel — Jimmy Crowley & Stokers Lodge
    19. The Bantry Girls Lament — Jimmy Crowley & Stokers Lodge
    20. When I Was A Bachelor & John Stenson's Reel — Jimmy Crowley & Stokers Lodge
    21. Do You Want Your Old Lobby Washed Down, Con Shine ? — Jimmy Crowley & Stokers Lodge
    22. Furniture — Horslips
    23. Never Too Late — Horslips
    24. Comb Your Hair and Curl It — Horslips
    25. Lochmaben Harper Andy Irvine
    26. The Plains of Kildare — Andy Irvine
    27. As I Roved Out — Andy Irvine
    28. Munster Buttermilk/Tripping Up The Stairs — Andy Irvine
    29. Pat Reilly — Andy Irvine
    30. Baneasa's Glade/Mominsko Horo — Andy Irvine
    31. Ain't Misbehavin' — Freddie White
    32. Desperados Waiting for the Train — Freddie White
    33. Yas, Yas, Yas — Freddie White
    34. Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City — Freddie White
    35. Everytime We Say Goodbye — Freddie White
    36. Big Time Woman — Freddie White

  • The Dubliners
    • Ronnie Drew: Vocals and Guitar
    • Luke Kelly: Vocals and 5-String Banjo
    • John Sheahan: Fiddle and Tin Whistle and Mandolin
    • Jim McCann: Vocals and Guitar
  • Musicians
    • Tommy Makem
    • Jimmy Crowley & Stokers Lodge
    • Andy Irvine (with Paul Brady and Dónal Lunny)
    • Horslips
    • Freddie White

Sleeve Notes

"The Ar Stáitse series features archive footage from a host of top names in Irish music, live in concert. RTÉ recorded and transmitted these concerts on various dates in the 1970's. This first volume from the series brings you the best of Irish music from folk to traditional and Celtic rock."

"Aired late in 2010 on TG4 the series features great performances from The National Stadium in Dublin and Cork’s Opera House among other venues. Among the gems is an epic rendition of Horslips "Furniture" as well as classics like "The Town I Loved So Well" sung by Luke Kelly with The Dubliners (DVD only). Andy Irvine together with Paul Brady deliver a seminal performance."


  • Notes:
    • The Dubliners' portion is from Siamsa Cois Laoi, Cork, filmed at Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Co.Cork in 1978.
    • Thisrelease features the unique line up of Ronnie Drew, Luke Kelly, John Sheahan & Jim McCann
      • Apparently, Barney McKenna was in Europe shooting The Green Linnet — a documentary TV series for RTÉ, with Tony McMahon.
      • Ronnie was not officially in the group at the time, and I assume, he was filling in for Barney.
      • This may be the only recorded appearance with Ronnie, Luke and Jim McCann (together).
    • While only billed as Andy Irvine, these tracks also include Paul Brady and Dónal Lunny.

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