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Here's To The Irish - The Best Of Irish Folk Music (1973) Metronome-DALP 2/1912 - DE 1st Pressing - 2LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

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Here's To The Irish - The Best Of Irish Folk Music (1973) Metronome-DALP 2/1912 - DE 1st Pressing - 2LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

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Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz | 1.3 GB
Label: Transatlantic Records-DALP 2/1912, Metronome | Released: 1973 | Genre: Irish-Folk

A1 –The Johnstons Nine Points Of Roguery & The Humours Of Tulla 3:05
A2 –Finbar & Eddie Furey Come To The Hills 3:59
A3 –The Glenside Ceili Band The Bridge Below The Town 2:21
A4 –The Grehan Sisters Cricklewood 2:09
A5 –Larry Cunningham (2) Sweet Youghal Bay 3:10
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B1 –Larry Cunningham (2) The Pretty Little Girl From Omagh 2:37
B2 –Finbar & Eddie Furey The Lonesome Boatman 3:10
B3 –The Johnstons Caillerch An Airgrid 1:42
B4 –The Glenside Ceili Band The Hurrican's Victory & The Providence Reel 2:06
B5 –Sweeney's Men Sullivan's John 3:11
B6 –The Grehan Sisters Victoria 2:37
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C1 –The Dubliners The Rocky Road To Dublin 2:29
C2 –Finbar & Eddie Furey The Curragh Of Kildar 4:51
C3 –The Glenside Ceili Band The Glenside Polkas 2:07
C4 –The Grehan Sisters Henry Joy 2:37
C5 –Sweeney's Men The Handsome Cabin Boy 4:42
C6 –The Johnstons The Frog's Wedding 3:10
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D1 –Sweeney's Men The Exile's Jig 1:39
D2 –The Johnstons The Lambs On The Green Hills 4:55
D3 –Finbar & Eddie Furey Spanish Cloak 1:32
D4 –Eddie Hickey & The Glenside Ceili Band The Golden Jubilee 2:45
D5 –The Dubliners The Cook In The Kitchen 2:13
D6 –The Grehan Sisters The Orange And The Green 3:14

Made By – Metronome Musik GmbH
Distributed By – Metronome Records GmbH
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This double-LP is a very good introduction to the cream of Irish-Folk, but, as in any compilation some groups are missing and others are of lower rank. This compilation is from the Transatlantic label, Folk specialist. With this selection I met with the best of Irish-Folk music, as Dubliners, The Johnstons, Sweeney's Men, Finbar & Eddie Furey, etc.
The Metronome label made a mistake: Because the LP 1 should be the LP 2 and vice versa; the original 1st compiled appeared in 1968 (Here's To The Irish) and 2nd in 1969 (Here's To The Irish - Vol 2), according their songs.

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