- Performer:The Dubliners
- Title:Finnegan Wakes
- Style:Irish Folk,Celtic Folk,Traditional Irish Folk,Celtic,Drinking Songs
- Date of release:1966
- Size FLAC version1618 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1406 megabytes
- Size WMA version1338 megabytes
- Formats:MMF AAC AU MP1 MOD MPC
Finnegan Wakes (LP, Album). Transatlantic Records. From the notes: "Front sleeve states the album title wrongly as "Finnigan Wakes". Spine, back sleeve, and labels have the correct title". Surely this makes it a "Misprint" & not a "Mispress".
Finnegan Wakes (LP, Album). GGS 919. The Dubliners. Finnegan Wakes (LP, Album). Finnegan Wakes (From The Gate Theatre Dublin) (CD, Album, RE). Castle Music, Sanctuary, Transatlantic Records. CMRCD 787. Finnegan Wakes (CD, Album, RE).
Finnegan Wakes (1966). Album by The Dubliners.
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This song is by The Dubliners and appear. n the album Finnegan Wakes (1966). on the album The Dubliner's Dublin (1988). on the album Songs Of Dublin (1995). Tim Finnegan lived in Walkin' Street,A gentle Irishman mighty oddHe had a brogue both rich and sweet,An' to rise in the world he carried a hodYou see he'd a sort of a tipplers wayBut the love for the liquor poor Tim was bornTo help him on his way each day,He'd a drop of the craythur every morn.
McAlpine's Fusiliers. The Glendalough Saint. Within a Mile of Dublin (Live). Will You Come to the Bower. As sung on the following album: Best of the Dubliners, Vol 2. In Glendalough lived an old saint Renowned for learning and piety His manners was curious and quint And he looked upon girl with disparity. Fol di dol fol di fol day Fol di dol rol di dol ad dy Fol di dol rol di dol day Fol di dol rol di dol ad dy.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "Finnegan Wakes" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. The Dubliners are an Irish folk band founded in Dublin in 1962. The band started off as The Ronnie Drew Ballad Group, named in honour of its founding member, they subsequently renamed themselves as The Dubliners. The group line-up has seen many changes over their fifty year career. However, the gr. ore .
Finnegan's Wake" is a ballad that arose in the 1850s or 1860s in the music-hall tradition of comical Irish songs. The song was a staple of the Irish folk-music group the Dubliners, who played it on many occasions and included it on several albums, and is especially well known to fans of the Clancy Brothers, who have performed and recorded it with Tommy Makem. The song has more recently been recorded by Irish-American Celtic punk band Dropkick Murphys
CreditsBrendan Behan - Composer
Dominic Behan - Composer
The Dubliners - Primary Artist
Nathan Joseph - Producer
Ewan MacColl - Composer
Traditional - Composer
|1||Finnegan's Wake Traditional||The Dubliners||3:13|
|2||Medley: Sunshine Hornpipe/Mountain Road Traditional||The Dubliners||3:28|
|4||The Dublin Fusiliers Traditional||The Dubliners||2:38|
|5||Chief O'Neill's Favourite Traditional||The Dubliners||2:17|
|6||The Sea Around Us Dominic Behan||The Dubliners||3:14|
|7||Finnegan Wakes Traditional||The Dubliners||0:35|
|8||McAlpine's Fusiliers Brendan Behan / Traditional||The Dubliners||3:01|
|9||Hot Asphalt Ewan MacColl / Traditional||The Dubliners||3:40|
|10||The Glendalough Saint Traditional||The Dubliners||2:27|
|11||Within a Mile of Dublin Traditional||The Dubliners||2:17|
|12||Will You Come to the Bower Traditional||The Dubliners||5:04|
|13||Nelson's Farewell (Medley): Dublin/Nelson's Farewell Traditional||The Dubliners||3:14|
|14||Master McGrath Traditional||The Dubliners||3:58|
|15||Walking in the Dew Traditional||The Dubliners||1:23|
|16||The Cook in the Kitchen Traditional||The Dubliners||2:16|
|17||Boulavogue Traditional||The Dubliners||2:53|
|18||Off to Dublin in the Green Traditional||The Dubliners||2:25|
|19||The Foggy Dew Traditional||The Dubliners||3:23|
|20||Gwenther/Paddy Traditional||The Dubliners||2:42|