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Original Dubliners: 1966-1969 album for sale by Dubliners was released Jun 13, 2000 on the EMI Music Distribution label. Two CDs featuring the band's first four albums for EMI and related labels (Seven Drunken Nights, Seven Deadly Sins, More Of The Hard Stuff and Whiskey On A Sunday). Original Dubliners: 1966-1969 songs It was these albums that established the Dubliners as an enduring presence and not a one-hit wonder. They include memorable and influential interpretations of many great songs, 'Whiskey in the Jar,' 'The Rising of the Moon,' 'Black Velvet Band,' 'Poor Paddy on the Railway,' 'A Nation Once Again,' and 'Gentleman Soldier. Original Dubliners: 1966-1969 CD music is a 2-disc set with 56 songs. ...See Full Description
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|CD Universe Part number||1267732|
|Label||EMI Music Distribution|
|Release Date||Jun 13, 2000|
|Recording Time||150 minutes|
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Original Dubliners: 1966-1969 buy CD music The very essence of the Wolfe Tones' act is communication between artiste and audience. Throughout their 25-year career, they have sought to spread the message of peace in Ireland, and they have been successful at bridging gaps between disparate groups in their homeland through music. Seeking a stronger national bond based on Ireland's rich musical heritage, the Wolfe Tones have become favorites with Protestants and Catholics alike.
LIVE ALIVE-OH! shows the power of the Wolfe Tones music. Rousing tunes such as "Botany Bay" and "The Boys of Fair Hill" have exciting, infectious choruses, where the audience joins in clapping, stomping and singing along. This is especially apparent on "On the One Road." By the end of the concert, it seems that the patriot message has been delivered, and embraced by all.
Live Recording Of The Wolfe Tones In London 1997
Personnel: Pat Keohane (bass guitar).
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