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  • Published: Orpington, Kent : Delta Leisure Group PLc, 2008.
  • Year Published: 2008
  • Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Language: English
  • Format: CD

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  • 5024952265855

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Ultimate Irish pub songs

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Call number: CD World Europe British-Isles Irish

Available Copies: Downtown 2nd Fl. CDs

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Compact disc.

Fields of Athenry -- Jug of punch -- The town I loves so well -- On the one road -- Whiskey in the jar -- The cliffs of doonen -- Molly Malone -- I'll tell me ma -- Carrickferyus -- Rose of tralee -- Green fields of France -- Dirty old town -- Raylan road -- Arthur McBride -- Black velvet band -- When you were sweet sixteen -- Spancil hill -- The Irish rover -- From clare to here -- Fairytalk of New York -- Danny boy -- The red rose cafe -- Holy ground.

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Track Listing: "Ultimate Irish Pub Songs"

A readable track listing of this CD:

1. "Fields of Athenry", Brier, 4:12
2. "Jug of Punch", Barnbrack, 2:22
3. "The Town I Loved So Well", Paddy Reilly, 6:09
4. "On the One Road", The Dublin City Ramblers, 2:32
5. "Whiskey in the Jar", Paddy O'Gorman, 2:39
6. "The Cliffs of Dooneen", Corrib Folk, 2:49
7. "Molly Malone", Glen Curtin, 2:48
8. "I'll Tell Me Ma/Mountain Dew/Muirsheen Durkin", Brier, 3:28
9. "Carrickfergus", Paddy Reilly, 4:03
10. "Rose of Tralee", Joe Lynch, 2:40
11. "Green Fields of France", Davey Arthur / The Fureys, 6:00
12. "Dirty Old Town", Brier, 2:23
13. "Raglan Road", Blackthorn, 3:50
14. "Arthur McBride", Corrib Folk, 2:30
15. "Black Velvet Band", Barnbrack, 2:16
16. "When You Were Sweet Sixteen", Davey Arthur / The Fureys, 5:10
17. "Spancil Hill", Corrib Folk, 2:16
18. "The Irish Rover", Paddy O'Gorman, 2:45
19. "From Clare to Here", Paddy O'Gorman, 3:02
20. "Fairytale of New York", Brier, 4:09
21. "Danny Boy", Barnbrack, 3:16
22. "The Red Rose Cafe", Paddy O'Gorman, 3:41
23. "Holy Ground", Barnbrack, 1:20

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