Darby O'Gill | Live At the Dublin Pub

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Live At the Dublin Pub

by Darby O'Gill

Totally live Pub-Style versions of Darby O'Gill's songs and the audiences that bravely attend the shows.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Here's to Us (a Toast)
0:33 $0.29
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2. Jack of All Trades
2:53 $0.79
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3. Ride On
4:36 $0.79
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4. Bombow Lane (a Catch
0:21 album only
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5. Dirty Old Town
3:40 $0.79
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6. Big Strong Man
2:53 $0.79
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7. Rocky Road to Dublin
4:03 $0.79
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8. Bagpipes
2:54 $0.29
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9. Greenback Dollar
4:16 $0.79
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10. Finnegan's Wake
5:34 $0.79
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11. Spanish Lady
3:06 $0.79
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12. Seven Old Ladies
11:03 $0.79
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13. Bridie Murphy
3:01 $0.79
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14. Beer Songs
8:27 $0.79
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15. Drunken Sailor
4:25 $0.79
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16. Vest Pocket (Joke)
0:40 album only
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17. Alice
4:19 $0.79
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18. Bombow Lane (Reprise)
0:26 album only
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19. Join the British Army/the Divil Is Dead
5:52 $0.79
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20. The Farmers Daughter (Joke)
0:40 album only
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21. Wild Rover Medley
6:56 $0.79
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22. The Faerie Story
3:52 $0.79
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23. Toora Fickin' Loora
1:40 $0.79
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24. Granny Off a Bus Medley
8:20 $0.79
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25. Harry Rag
5:45 $0.79
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26. Seven Drunken Nights
8:39 $0.79
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27. Gertrude and Johnny
3:14 $0.79
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28. The Kretchma
8:04 $0.79
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29. Wipeout Bodhran Drum
1:34 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Darby O’Gill do not take themselves, or anyone else, very seriously at all. Their sad songs are terribly sad, their weighty ones are desperately weighty; but the mischief is innocent, and when the night is done and the show is over, everyone, (the band in especial), will have enjoyed a grand time.
Darby’s show is like the Irish People. There is cleverness, surprise, a flavor of magic and a hint of deception. Very little is done in moderation, and nothing is left unexplored, undefined or unclaimed.

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