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  1. Wild Rover is an album by The Dubliners that was released in The album charted at number 55 in Ireland.. Track listing. Introduction; The Rocky Road To Dublin; Will You Come To The Bower; The Kerry Recruit; Medley: Dublin/Nelson's Farewell.
  2. The Dubliners () The Wild Rover, The Ragman's Ball, Preab San Ol, The High Reel, The Holy Ground, Tramps and Hawkers, Home Boys Home, Rocky Road to Dublin, Banks of the Roses, I'll Tell My Ma, Swallow's Tail Reel, Jar of Porter, Love Is Pleasing, The Nightingale In Concert () Roddy Mccorley, The Twang Man, Reels: The Sligo Maid/ Colonel Rodney, The Woman From Wexford, The .
  3. ‎Album · · 15 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. The Dubliners & Luke Kelly 11 The Nightingale (Live) The Dubliners & Luke Kelly 12 Finnegan's Wake (Live) 13 Hot Asphalt (Edit) 14 Rare Old Mountain Dew 15 The Leaving of Liverpool 15 Songs, 41 Minutes.
  4. Tracks: 25, 30, 32, 34 & 37 are from The Dubliners' Dublin: - Harmac HM 88 LP; Tracks: 22, 26 & 38 are from 30 Years A'Greying: - RTE-CD ; Tracks: 23, 28 & 33 are from Further Along: - Castle CMA CD CD.
  5. The Nightingale Lyrics: As I went a walking one morning in May / I met a young couple so fondly did stray / And one was a young maid so sweet and so fair / And the other was a soldier and a brave.
  6. Hot Asphalt McAlpine's Fusiliers Roddy McCorley Love Is Pleasing Mason's Apron Holy Grownd Nightingale Donegal Reel/ Longford Collection Finnegan's Wake Within a Mile of Dublin Peggy Lettermore My Love Is in America A double CD with a lot of the Dubliners popular songs. Recommended. Read more. 3 /5(6).
  7. The Nightingale (Live) 12 Tramps and Hawkers 13 Will You Come to the Bower 14 Chief O'Neils Favourite 15 Jar of Porter (Live) 16 McAlpine's Fusiliers (Live) 17 Reels - The Sligo Maid / Colonel Rodney Medley 18 Hot Asphalt 19 Roddy McCorley 20 The Women From Wexford 21 Preab San Ol /5(4).
  8. Sleeve Notes. The Dubliners were the first group to take Irish folk music into the pop charts beyond their native Ireland. Between and , they had two hit records on the Major Minor label-Seven Drunken Nights' (No 7, UK Pop) and 'Black Velvet Band' (No 15, UK Pop) — appeared on TV's Top Of The Pops in support of these 45prm singles and recorded five albums, including a "live" set at.

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