The Dubliners – The Dubliners & In Concert & Finnegan Wakes & In Person & Mainly Barney & More Of The Dubliners (2020)

Posted by Green on October 25, 2021as

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For over 50 years, Irish folk group The Dubliners have been a well-loved institution at home and all over the globe. Here we have The Dubliners’ three Transatlantic Records albums, dating from 1964, 1965 and 1966, with three E. P. s and a bonus track from this period. All three albums were produced by Transatlantic’s owner Nat Joseph, very much a hands-on British independent label boss.

Disc 1

The Dubliners (1964, Transatlantic Records)
01. The Wild Rover (3:10)
02. The Ragman’s Ball (2:10)
03. Preab San Ol (2:13)
04. The High Reel (2:54)
05. The Holy Ground (2:14)
06. Tramps and Hawkers (2:58)
07. Home Boys Home (3:17)
08. Rocky Road to Dublin (2:27)
09. Banks of the Roses (2:15)
10. I’ll Tell My Ma (2:00)
11. Swallow’s Tail Reel (2:50)
12. Jar of Porter (1:48)
13. Love Is Pleasing (2:15)
14. The Nightingale (3:36)

In Concert (1965, Transatlantic Records)
15. Roddy Mac Corley (2:48)
16. The Twang Man (1:46)
17. Reels: Sligo Maid and Colonel Rodney (2:12)
18. The Woman from Wexford (2:52)
19. The Patriot Game (4:13)
20. Róisín Dubh (3:43)
21. Air: Fa La La Lo (3:44)
22. Peggy Lettermore (1:48)
23. Easy and Slow (2:59)
24. My Love Is in America (1:59)
25. The Kerry Recruit (4:17)
26. The Old Orange Flute (2:59)
27. Reels: The Donegal Reel and the Longford Collector (2:01)
28. The Leaving of Liverpool (4:58)

Disc 2

Finnegan Wakes (1966, Transatlantic Records)
01. Finnegan’s Wake (3:13)
02. Sunshine Hornpipe / The Mountain Road (3:29)
03. Monto (3:25)
04. The Dublin Fusiliers (2:39)
05. Chief O’Neill’s Favourite (2:17)
06. The Sea Around Us (3:14)
07. McAlpine’s Fusiliers (3:14)
08. Hot Asphalt (3:23)
09. The Glendalough Saint (2:26)
10. Within a Mile of Dublin (2:19)
11. Will You Come to the Bower (5:05)
12. Nelson’s Farewell (3:13)
In Person, feat. Ronnie Drew (1965, Transatlantic Records)
13. Rare Old Mountain Dew (1:31)
14. McAlpine’s Fusiliers (2:51)
15. Willie Gannon (1:38)
16. Mrs McGrath (3:04)

Mainly Barney (1966, Transatlantic Records)
17. King of the Fairies (2:19)
18. Mason’s Apron (3:51)
19. Kitty Come Down from Limerick (2:58)
20. The Cuilin (3:48)

More of The Dubliners (1966, Transatlantic Records)
21. Master McGrath (3:53)
22. Walking in the Dew (1:21)
23. The Cook in the Kitchen (double jig) (2:12)
24. Boulavogue (instrumental) (2:53)
25. Off to Dublin in the Green (bonus track) (2:23)

“Three albums & three E.P.s on two discs” in slipcase

Disc One
Tracks 1 to 14 from The Dubliners with Luke Kelly
Tracks 15 to 28 from In Concert

Disc Two
Tracks 1 to 12 from Finnegan Wakes
Tracks 13 to 16 from In Person E.P. featuring Ronnie Drew
Tracks 17 to 20 from Mainly Barney E.P.
Tracks 21 to 24 from More of The Dubliners E.P.
Track 25 Bonus track

Barney McKenna (banjo, mandolin, melodeon, vocals)
Ronnie Drew (guitar, vocals, 1962-74, 1979-96)
Ciáran Bourke (vocals, guitar, harmonica, tin whistle, 1962-88)
Luke Kelly (vocals, banjo, 1962-83)
John Sheahan (violin, tin whistle, mandolin, concertina, guitar, vocals, 1964-present)
Bobby Lynch (vocals, guitar, 1964-65)
Jim McCann (vocals, guitar, 1974-79)
Sean Cannon (vocals, guitar, 1982-present)
Eamonn Campbell (banjo, mandolin, guitar, 1987-present)
Paddy Reilly (vocals, guitar, 1996-2005)
Patsy Watchom (vocals, banjo, 2005-present)

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