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The Dubliners is the eponymous debut live album by the Irish folk band The Dubliners. It was produced by Nathan Joseph and released by Transatlantic Records in 1964. The line-up consisted of Ronnie Drew, Barney McKenna, Luke Kelly and Ciarán Bourke. When Kelly died, the album title was changed to The Dubliners with Luke Kelly by the record company to spur sales of the reissue and underscore the magnitude of Kelly's contribution to the group. The Wild Rover" - 3:13. The Ragman's Ball" - 2:08.
U2 Related Content: "Springhill Mining Disaster" (Live from Dublin, Mar. 16, 1987) - U2 (03:57). On March 16, 1987 to celebrate 25 years of the Dubliners, RTE television featured a tribute to the group on The Late Late Show. The night was filled with performances by some of Irelands finest including The Dubliners themselves. Joining the Dubliners were U2, The Pogues, Christy Moore, Jim McCann, The Fureys, Stockton Wing and Davey Arthur. The evening was televised as part of The Late Late Show and also was issued as a home video in VHS format.
Now is a studio album by The Dubliners released in 1975. Following the departure of both Ciarán Bourke and Ronnie Drew in 1974, singer/guitarist Jim McCann joined Barney McKenna, Luke Kelly and John Sheahan as a member of The Dubliners to record this album, which Sheahan himself produced. The slight shift in personnel produced a more mellow sound. Arguably, McCann's greatest contribution to the album is the ballad "Carrickfergus", which became one of his most popular and requested songs.
the dubliners revolution full album, the best of the dubliners album The Dubliners is the eponymous debut live album by the Irish folk band The Dubliners It was produced by Nathan Joseph and released by Transatlantic Records in 1964 The line-up consisted of Ronnie Drew, Barney McKenna, Luke Kelly and Ciarán Bourke.
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The album that saw U2 reclaim their place as world’s biggest rock band was also the moment at which they stopped looking forward and started strip-mining their past. Out of the blocks they rush, a quartet of snotty Dubliners with bad skin, terrible fringes and an unassailable belief that, despite all evidence to the contrary, they have a message the world needed to hear. As with most debuts, Boy is rickety and naive, but also contains early moments of signature U2 transcendence.
Now (The Dubliners album). Now is an album by The Dubliners released in 1975. Arguably, McCann's greatest contribution to the album is the ballad "Carrickfergus", which became one of his most popular and requested songs
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B2-4 Kid Jensen Session 31.1.1983
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