|A1||The Fields Of Athenry|
|A2||The Town I Love So Well|
|A3||Farewell To Nova Scotia|
|A4||The Galtee Mountain Boy|
|A5||Farewell To The Ronda|
|B1||Scorn Not His Simplicity|
|B2||The Crack Was 90 In The Isle Of Man|
|B3||Dancing At Whitsun|
|B4||Mulligan And Me|
|B5||Jim Lark In|
|B6||Bunch Of Thyme|
|DOCDX 9002||Paddy Reilly||The Fields Of Athenry (CD, Album, RE)||Dolphin Records||DOCDX 9002||Ireland||Unknown|
|ritz0027||Paddy Reilly||The Fields Of Athenry (LP, Album)||Ritz Records||ritz0027||Ireland||Unknown|
|DOCX 9002||Paddy Reilly||Fields of Athenry (Cass, Album)||Dolphin Records||DOCX 9002||Ireland||Unknown|
|POW 6115||Paddy Reilly||The Fields of Athenry (LP, Album)||Powderworks||POW 6115||Australia||1986|
|DOLP 9002||Paddy Reilly||The Fields Of Athenry (LP, Album)||Dolphin Records||DOLP 9002||Ireland||Unknown|
The Fields of Athenry" is an Irish folk ballad set during the Great Irish Famine (1845–1850). The lyrics feature a fictional man named Michael from near Athenry in County Galway who stole food for his starving family and has been sentenced to transportation to the Australian penal colony at Botany Bay. It is a widely known and popular anthem for Irish sports supporters.
Album: The Fields Of Athenry (1983). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. This Irish folk ballad was written by singer-songwriter Pete St. John in the mid 1970s. The song first became a Top 10 hit in Ireland in 1979 for folk singer Danny Doyle. Four years later another folk singer Paddy Reilly covered the song. His version peaked at in the Irish charts, remaining for 72 weeks. Other artists to cover include James Galway, The Dubliners, The Dropkick Murphys and The Durutti Column
Complete your Paddy Reilly collection. Farewell To Nova Scotia. The Fields Of Athenry (LP, Album).
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Album · 1982 · 16 Songs. The Fields of Ireland.
Download MP3. Paddy Reilly. The Dublin City Ramblers, Dublin City Ramblers, Paddy Reilly, Patsy Watchorn (The Dubliners). The Fields of Athenry.