|Title:||Legends Of Irish Folk - A Parcel Of Rogues|
|Category:||World, Folk, Country|
|Other format:||VOC RA MIDI MPC APE AU WAV|
|Disc1-1||–Paddy Reilly||The Craic Was 90 In The Isle Of Man|
|Disc1-2||–Luke Kelly, The Dubliners||Dirty Old Town|
|Disc1-3||–Liam Clancy||The Dutchman|
|Disc1-4||–Johnny McEvoy||The Boston Burglar|
|Disc1-5||–Finbar Furey||The Lonesome Boatman|
|Disc1-6||–Ronnie Drew||The Black Velvet Band|
|Disc1-7||–Jim McCann, The Dubliners||Carrickfergus|
|Disc1-8||–Patsy Watchorn||Dicey Reilly|
|Disc1-9||–Derek McCormack||Cavan Girl|
|Disc1-10||–Finbar Furey, The Fureys & Davey Arthur||Dreaming My Dreams|
|Disc1-11||–Ronnie Drew||Since Maggie Went Away|
|Disc1-12||–Liam Clancy||Red Is The Rose|
|Disc1-13||–Patsy Watchorn||Home Boys Home|
|Disc 1-14||–Derek McCormack||The Blarney Roses|
|Disc1-15||–Luke Kelly, The Dubliners||The Wild Rover|
|Disc1-16||–Jim McCann||Streets Of London|
|Disc1-17||–Johnny McEvoy||Going To California|
|Disc1-18||–Paddy Reilly||Only Our Rivers Run Free|
|Disc2-1||–Jim McCann, The Dubliners||Lord Of The Dance|
|Disc2-2||–Johnny McEvoy||The Sailor|
|Disc2-3||–Liam Clancy||Spanish Is The Loving Tongue|
|Disc2-4||–Ronnie Drew, The Dubliners||Seven Drunken Nights|
|Disc2-5||–Paddy Reilly||The Cliffs Of Dooneen|
|Disc2-6||–Finbar Furey, The Fureys & Davey Arthur||Leaving Nancy|
|Disc2-7||–Liam Clancy||The Shoals Of Herrings|
|Disc2-8||–Derek McCormack||The Rose Of Allendale|
|Disc2-9||–Patsy Watchorn||The Hills Of Connemara|
|Disc2-10||–Paddy Reilly||John O'Dreams|
|Disc2-11||–Finbar Furey, The Fureys & Davey Arthur||My Love Is Like A Red Red Rose|
|Disc2-12||–Luke Kelly, The Dubliners||A Parcel Of Rogues|
|Disc2-13||–Johnny McEvoy||The Ballad Of John Williams|
|Disc2-14||–Ronnie Drew||The Limerick Rake|
|Disc2-15||–Derek McCormack||The Whistling Gypsy|
|Disc2-16||–Jim McCann||Follow Me Up To Carlow|
|Disc2-17||–Patsy Watchorn||The Leaving Of Liverpool|
|Disc2-18||–Luke Kelly, The Dubliners||Hand Me Down My Bible|
Paddy Reilly - The Fields Of Athenry 2. Luke Kelly - Raglan Road 3. Johnny McEvoy - Muirsheen Durkin 4. Jim McCann - Grace 5. Ronnie Drew (duet with Elanor Shanley) - A Couple More Years 6. Finbar Furey - The Green Fields Of France 7. Liam Clancy - Home From The Sea 8. Patsy. Liam Clancy - The Band Played Waltzing Matilda 15. Patsy Watchorn - The Rare Old Mountain Dew 16. Finbar Furey - Sweet Sixteen 17. Finbar Furey - New York Girls 18. Luke Kelly - Joe Hill 19. Ronnie Drew - The Humour Is On Me Now 20. Paddy Reilly - The Town I Loved So Well 21. Liam Clancy - Rocky Road To Dublin 22. Johnny McEvoy - Michael 23.
Finbar Furey's career began in the 1960s playing with his brother Eddie. The brothers performed with The Clancy Brothers at the end of the decade. In 1976, he joined his brothers and family friend Davey Arthur to become The Fureys & Davey Arthur (later The Fureys). He left the Fureys in 1996 to launch a solo career. Son of Ted Furey; brother of Paul Furey, Eddie Furey and George Furey; father of Martin Furey, Áine Furey, Caitriona, Robert and Finbar. Luke Kelly, Patsy Watchorn, Derek McCormack, Jim McCann ; Finbar Furey, Ronnie Drew, Liam Clancy, Paddy Reilly, Johnny McEvoy - Legends Of Irish Folk - A Parcel Of Rogues (2xCD, Comp). Dolphin Records (6). DOLTV 2CD 106.
The Dublin City Ramblers. The Fureys & Davey Arthur. Jim McCann - Grace 04:42. Patsy Watchorn - Dublin Town in 1962 04:57. Paddy Reilly - The Flight of Earls 04:58. Patsy Watchorn - Only Our Rivers Run Free 03:13. The Fureys, Davey Arthur, The Fureys and Davey Arthur, The Furey Brothers - When You Were Sweet Sixteen 05:18. Dermot O'Brien - On the One Road 02:57. Danny Doyle - The Rising of the Moon 03:09. Dermot O'Brien - God Save Ireland 02:10. Dermot O'Brien - Four Green Fields 02:59. Jim McCann - Star of the County Down 02:22.
Legends Of Irish Folk Album has 40 songs sung by Luke Kelly, Ronnie Drew, Paddy Reilly. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Legends Of Irish Folk songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
After the departure of Ronnie Drew, The Dubliners were joined by the famous Irish singer Paddy Reilly who lends his voice to several ballads on the album. John Sheahan's daughter Ceoladh guests with her father, duetting on fiddle with him on his composition, "Among Friends". The album is notable for some mixed German-English song introductions by Sean Cannon, causing widespread laughter among the audience. This was the first of the band's albums to feature Patsy Watchorn, who replaced Paddy Reilly after nine years with the group. Live from the Gaiety. Live from the Gaiety is a live album by The Dubliners.
The Gentleman Soldier. 13. Her Father Didn't Like Me Anyway. 14. The Band Played Waltzing Matilda. Track Listing - Disc 2. Title/Composer. 10. Dreaming My Dreams.
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