The Dubliners - The Dubliners / Eurotrend CD Audio
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The Dubliners was formed in 1962 in Dublin at a pub called O'Donoghue's called The Ronnie Drew Folk Group. According to folklore, they got their current name after James Joyce's Dubliners.
The Irish folk band is rightly called the most famous in the world. This is also supported by statistics: the band has released 230 records in 37 years. Their repertoire consists of thousands of songs, many of which have been processed by other performers. Almost every band plays a Dubliners remake that has come close to Irish music in some form.
John Sheahan - fiddle, mandolin, tin whistle, concertina (1964 – present)
Seán Cannon - vocals, guitar (1982 – present)
Eamonn Campbell - guitar, mandolin (1984, 1987 – present)
Patsy Watchorn - vocals, banjo, bodhrán, spoons (2005 – present)
Barney McKenna - Irish tenor banjo, mandolin, melodeon, vocals (1962–2012; died 2012)
Luke Kelly - vocals, banjo (1962–84; died 1984)
Ronnie Drew - vocals, guitar (1962–74, 1979–95, 2002; died 2008)
Ciaran Bourke - vocals, guitar, tin whistle, harmonica (1962–74; guest appearance - 1988; died 1988)
Bobby Lynch - vocals, guitar ( 1964–65; died 1982)
Jim McCann - vocals, guitar (1974–79, 1984, 1987, 2002)
Paddy Reilly - vocals, guitar (1984, 1995–2005)
They are all masters of their instruments: the violin, the banjo, the guitar comes to life under their hands. And last but not least, they have remained simple and direct guys as world-famous musicians.
As for the Dubliners ’musical roots, Sheahan believes that before the band’s release, Irish folk music was much more tied to the countryside, and later it was migrants from the countryside who brought their songs, their entire musical world, with them to the city. This first seemed like a novelty, then the focus shifted here. In Ireland, therefore, the tradition of folk music, folk song, has always been quite alive.
1. Raglan Road 4:31
2. Donnegal Danny 4:41
3. Song For Ireland 4:57
4. The Town I Loved So Well 6:46
5. Whiskey In The Jar 2:39
6. All For Me Grog 2: 33
7. Black Velvet Band 3:33
8. Molly Malone 3:19
9. The Molly Maguires 2:10
10. The Scholar 2:29
11. Seven Drunken Nights 3:31
12. The Holly Ground 2:35
13. The Champion At Keeping The Rolling 2:57
14. Buddy Mulligan 2:10
15. The Wild Rover 3:02
16. The Monto 2:35
17. Finnigan's Wake 2:42
18. The Maid Behind The Bar 2:29
19. Down By The Glenside 3:53
20. The Irish Rover 3:09
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