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The Dubliners

Nearly three decades since they first came together during informal sessions at O'Donoghue's Pub in Dublin, the Dubliners remain one of the most influential of Ireland's traditional folk bands. Unlike their counterparts the Clancy Brothers, the Dubliners have never strayed from the raw looseness of the pub scene. According to Dirty Linen, "Whereas the Clancys were well-scrubbed returned Yanks from rural Tipperary, decked out in matching white Arab sweaters, the Dubliners were hard-drinking backstreet Dublin scrappers with unkempt hair and bushy beards, whose gigs seemed to happen by accident in between fist fights".

Initially known as the Ronnie Drew Folk group, the Dubliners have gone through several personnel changes since they were formed in 1962. The original group featured Ronnie Drew on vocals and guitar, Luke Kelly on vocals and five-string banjo, Barney McKenna on tenor banjo, mandolin, melodeon, and vocals and Ciaren Bourke on vocals, guitar, tin whistle, and harmonica.The first change occurred in 1964 when Kelly left temporarily and Bobby Lynch (vocals and guitar) and John Sheahan (fiddle, tin whistle, mandolin, concertina, guitar, and vocals) were added. The following year, Kelly returned and Lynch departed.

The Dubliners' earliest recordings included appearances on multi-artist compilations The Hoot'nanny Show and Folk Festival: Festival Folk, released in 1964. Their first break came when they met Nathan Joseph, owner of Transatlantic Records, at the Edinburgh Festival in 1963. Signing with Joseph's label, the group released their debut full-length album, The Dubliners, later the same year.

In 1967, the Dubliners recorded their breakthrough single, "Seven Drunken Nights," based on Child Ballad number 273. Although its risque lyrics caused it to be banned from officially sanctioned radio stations, it became a Top Five hit after being aired by pirate radio station, RTE. With the song's success, the band began touring throughout the world. In the early '70s, the Dubliners toured in a production of Brendan Behan's Cork Leg.

A second phase of personnel changes began in 1974 when Bourke suffered a brain hemorrhage during a show. Although he subsequently appeared to have recuperated and rejoined the group, he collapsed again on the stage and left for good. He died on May 10, 1988 at the age of 53. Following Bourke's first departure, Ronnie Drew left to pursue a solo career and was replaced by Jim McCann. With Drew's return five years later, McCann departed. The group's problems, however, were not over. In the same year, Kelly collapsed from a brain tumor during a concert and was required to undergo several surgical operations. He died on January 30, 1984, at the age of 44. Seán Cannon was drafted into the line-up at this time.

In 1987, the Dubliners regained their earlier popularity when Eamonn Campbell, who had often been a guest musician on their albums, produced an album, Celebration, featuring a collaboration with the Pogues on an updated version of the traditional folk song "The Irish Rover." Released as a single, the tune reached number seven on the British music charts. Campbell subsequently joined the band as a regular member. In 1990, the Dubliners and the Pogues reunited for a single, "Jack's Heroes"/"Whiskey in the Jar," that celebrated Ireland's winning the world cup. Two years later, the Dubliners joined with Hothouse Flowers to record a single, "The Rose," that reached number two on the British music charts. 30 Years A'Greying, released the same year, featured collaborations with Rory Gallagher, Billy Connolly, and De Danaan. In December 1995, Drew left the band for the second time and was replaced by Paddy Reilly. Despite the changes in the band's lineup, they continued to perform and record their gutsy style of Irish music. In April 2012, Barney McKenna died at age 72 in his home in Howth, County Dublin; he was the last surviving original member of the Dubliners. ~ Craig Harris, Rovi
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Track List: The Best Of The Dubliners

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f**k you mo kelley f**k off you dumb b**ch
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f**k you mo kelley f**k of
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f**k you mo kelley you stupid a** b**ch whore
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Th this is probably one of the worst versions but the post has a shitload of f**king comments come on guys come on
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2012460
Don't read this because it actually works. You will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of your life. Tomorrow will be the best day of your life. However if you don't post this you will die in two days. Now you've started reading so don't stop. This is so scary. Put this on five songs in 143 min. When done press f6 and your lovers name will come on the screen in big letters.
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This song has potential to bridge gaps in cultural puzzles
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O kinfolk, the suffering and mourning centuries perfectly rendered here!
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they are good , but sean o neill band is my favorite
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Ahh... old Oierland (:
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timothylime
The best Irish folk band. Extremely fun to listen to!!!
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Say your name 20 times say your crushes name 5 times and post this to 2 other songs and your crush will ask you out
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❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
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bobnox2
Listening to Parcel of Rogues. In light of the recent vote, all the more poignant. Sad, really.
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brendan_j_sm i t h
They are called Aran Sweaters. After the wool from the Aran Islands. Not Arab sweaters.
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zolbere
❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ ️ love it
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You just blew my comment away! why?
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FAREWELL TO BRITISH DIVIDE AND CONQUERING MANY NATIONS !!!!! IF!SCOTLAND WILL SOON BE FREE, CAN IRELAND'S UNIFICATION BE FAR BEHIND. ERIN GO BRAGH !!!!!!!!!!!
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Éireann go brách
Ireland forever
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AYE! Tis the green girl gone red
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LOVE. Themm. =D
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webster_wing
I found a Mythbusters episode
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Yall er amazin me whee lats love it to irish pride fer life remember the cliffs of dover when i was but a whee lat me self
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alwaysalmost
Forever more Ireland's.
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Erin Go Bragh

Erin Go Bragh

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Dot love you
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Erin Go Bragh
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Sooo good
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Arron go brah:-)
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atkinsonek0
Long live ireland
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atkinsonek0
Luv the accent
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Rest in peace Irish brothers.
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LONG LIVE IRELAND
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1 of my favs
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Rest in peace forever
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Gee, I don't think Mallory Ormsby really likes this band. JK!
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Great band
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I love how this instrumental song is so Long!!
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Thank you for those instrumental s ! ! ! I love you!!
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You really rock!!
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Thank you, Dubliners!!!
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gallagj29
Go to O''Donoghue' s in Dublin and see the musicians at the front table and you will realize the genius of the Dubliners
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Bare-knuckle boxing with Sherlock has never been so fun! (Watch the movie to see what I mean)!
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I like seven drunken nights minus the last two verses
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"In all me life I ne'er did see a maid so gay as the Spanish lady" funny if I say I feel gay nowadays it's a whole different story. Beautiful song and a great voice.
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deanerichoff m a n
Interesting that Radio Telefis Eireann is considered a pirate station. Who are the non-pirates?
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pjs386
Ronny Drew passed away a few years ago. i think around 2010.
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Myth busters!
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Lol
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dottieee
1.kiss your left arm 2. Say your crush`s name 3. Close your hand 4. Say a weekday (school day) 5. Say your name 6. Open your hand 7. If you post this on 15 songs your crush will say that they like you and want to date you on the day you picked
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