Per Solli supplies a list of singles: Wild rover/Rocky road to Dublin Transatlantic TRA SP 1 Roisin dubh/Greenland whale fisheries Transat. TRA SP 3 Surrounded by water/Off to Dublin in the green Transat. TRA SP 8 Nelson`s farewell/The foggy dew Transat. TRA SP 9 Seven drunken nights/Paddy on the railway Major Minor MM 506 All for me grog/I know my love Major M. MM 521 Black velvet band/Maloney wants a drink Major M MM 530 Maids,when you're young../Quare bungle Rye Major M MM 531 Dirty old town/Peggy Gordon Major M MM 552 Seven deadly sins/The Irish navy Major M MM 572 Navvy boots/The comical genius Major M MM 608 Poor Paddy on the railway/A pub with no beer Major M MAM 534 Y Hand me down me bible/Scorn not his simplicity Columbia 5c006-92465 Molly Maguires/Bold princess Royal Col. DB 8671 Cunla dear/Sam Hall Col. ? Joe Hill/The Louse-house in Kilkenny Col. DB 8722 Free the people/The beggarman Plough PLS.003 Peggy Gordon/Whiskey in the jar/The Irish navy Col. MIDB.829 Four green fields/Lark in the morning Intercord 192.503 (G) Now I'm easy/From Johann to John Chyme CHS 1001 (IRE) When Margret was eleven/Prodigal son Chyme CHS 1002 Button pusher/Midnight oil Stoic STS 001 Irish rover/The rare ould mountain dew Stiff BUY 258 Don't get married girls/Jigs Harmac HMS 13 Jack's heroes/Whiskey in the jar WEA YZ 500 The rose/red roses for me/The rose (instr.) London HM FCD 5 Will the circle be unbroken/I'll tell me ma Baucourt rec. Bay 001 Red roses for me/The rose of Allendale/ Red roses for me (instr.) Raglan rec. 8510 522 Olle Serin reports that the version of `All for me grog' on the single is not the same as the one released on the compilation issues `Whisky on a Sunday' (EMI Starline OU 2045) and `Original Dubliners 1966-1969' (EMI CDP 789066 2, EMI CDP 789067 2). On the single Ronnie sings lead, on the other Ciaron. Some of the Major Minor were also released in Germany on Ariola, and Sweden on Sonet. Some with alternative B sides. We already had information on two of them and have retained the info: 1990 Jack's Heroes WEA YZ 500C with The Pogues Jack's Heroes Whiskey in the Jar 1991 The Rose (Charity single) London Records HHF MC5 with Hothouse Flowers The Rose Red Roses for me The Rose (Extended version)
1.a Luke Kelly 1973 Ram Records Thank you for the days The sun is burning 1.b Luke Kelly Thank you for the days 1999 Ferndale Films McAlpine's Fusiliers Walking in the Dew Rocky Road to Dublin The Kerry Recruit The Galway Races The Brown and Yellow Ale The Hot Asphalt The Jolly Tinker Come My Little Son Days 2. John Sheahan In our own time 1987 Harmac HM 39 with Michael Howard Marino Waltz A Trip to Zurich Spanish Point The Midpoint Oil The Ha'penny Bridge The Celtic Dervish Knights of Old Prodigal Son Autumn in Paris Sugarloaf Mountain Rag Humours of Peacockstown Green Fields 3. Eamonn Campbell Romantic Rhapsody 1987 Harmac HM 33 Speak Softly Love You Don't Send Me Flowers Romance Eternally Recuerdos De La Alhambra David's Theme If I Loved You Moon River Lara's Theme Eidelweiss Cavatina Go Thoughts on Golden Wings Only Love Come Back to Sorrento Isle of Inisfree As Time goes by 4.a Ronnie Drew Ronnie Drew 1975 RAM RMLP Building up and tearing England down Irish Rover James Larkin Whack fal da diddle Finnegan's Wake Master McGrath Van Diemen's Land A bunch of red roses The old man Ya remember Jem Weila weiala weiale The old triangle The beggarman 4.b Ronnie Drew Guaranteed 1978 Dolphin DOCM 5021 Dublin City Theme; The Mero; Johnny McGory Gas from a burner; Easy & Slow Second world; Gunner McGee Peace; And the Band played Waltzing Matilda The Mero; O'Duffy's Ironsides Do you remember Jem; Barney Brown British Army; The Captains and The Kings Dandelion Market; Departed Man; Danny Farrell [released on CD as `Guaranteed Dubliner' Dolphin DOCDX 9018] 4.c Ronnie Drew Dirty Rotten Shame 1995 COL 481413 2 Gardiner Street Blues Eurolations Do you want my job The Dunes One last cold kiss Dirty rotten shame Drinkin' in the day Viva la quine brigada Happy as a baby Far off fields True Ron Ron Brothers in arms 4.d Ronnie Drew The Irish Rover 1996 CDRON 001 No details of track content. Eddie Kelly reports that this is a cover version of earlier Dubliners recordings, and some tracks do not feature Ronnie Drew as vocalist. Obviously a record company cashing in, and should not be included in original releases. 4.e Ronnie Drew The Humour is on me now 1999 Dolphin TOLCD 10 The Humour is on me now Always Remember Since Maggie Went Away Red Roses for me Limerick Rake Clearing a Space Raglan Road If Ever You go to Dublin Town Courtin' in the Kitchen Two Island Swans The Dunes The Black Velvet Band The Dingle Puck Goat We Had it all 5.a Sean Cannon The Roving Journeyman 1977 Cottage COT 411 Roving Journeyman Wild Rover My Lagan Love Green fields of Canada Banks of the Bann When a Man's in Love Sally Gardens Merrily kiss the Quaker's wife Lambs on the green hills Song for Ireland 5.b Sean Cannon Erin the Green Oghah BLB 5004 The Newry Highwayman Banks of the Bann Bantry Girls Lament Siuil Arun Bay of Biscay Yellow Bittern Red haired man's wife Ned of the Hill (Eamon an Chnuic) Bonny Bunch of Roses Erin the Green 5.c The Cannons: James & Sean Song With No Name Rare Auld Mountain Dew Golden Hair Courtin' In The Kitchen Jock Stewart 6. Bobby Lynch Bob Lynch - From the Land of Carolan 1980 CBS 84268 Musicians: Bob Lynch: Vocals, gutiar Paddy Fitzgerald: Fiddle Johnny Way: Banjo, Mandolin Des Moore: Bass Gutiar Recorded at: Windmill Studios Engineer: Paul Waldron Produced by: Jackie Hayden Side 1 Nut Brown Maiden Henry My Son The Ould Triangle/ Weila Weila Waile Step It Out Mary Green Fields of France An Chualain Whiskey In The Jar Side 2 The Rare Ould Times Irish Soldier Laddie Dicey Riley/ Courtin In The Kitchen Reilly's Daughter Poor Old Dublin Town The Town I Loved So Well Danny Boy/ Old Maid In a Garret
1. The World's Greatest Ceilidh Band 1984 Millstream MILP 1001 Live recordings at Tonder (Denmark) Folk Festival, 30 August 1981. The following tracks are relevant: Side 1 Track 1 John Sheahan The Kesh Jig/ Morrisons/ Tripping Upstairs Side 1 Track 2 John Sheahan & Barney McKenna Ye Banks and Braes Side 1 Track 5 John Sheahan & Barney McKenna Downfall of Paris Side 2 Track 1 John Sheahan & Barney McKenna Old French Side 2 Track 2 John Sheahan & Barney McKenna Golden Eagle/ Chief O'Neill's Side 2 Track 3 John Sheahan & Barney McKenna Freedom Come All Ye Side 2 Track 5 John Sheehan City of Savannah Side 2 Track 7 John Sheehan & Barney McKenna Merry Blacksmith/ High Reel 2. Phil Coulter Words & Music 1989 Telstar STAC 2407 Dubliners guested on: Take me home 3. Paddy Reilly Gold & Silver Days 1991 RTE 144 Dubliners guested on: Festival of Galway The Wild Rover 4. Niamh Kavanagh 1995 Arista 74321295452 Dubliners guested on: Red Roses for me 5. Liam Clancy Liam Clancy 1965 Vanguard CV 79169 Luke Kelly is Second Vocal on Rocky Road to Dublin. 6. Kate Bush Hounds of Love 1985 EMI CDP 7461642 John Sheahan guested on: Track 8: And Dream of Sheep (Whistles) with Donal Lunny on Bouzouki Track 12: Jig of Life (Fiddles, Whistles) with Donal Lunny on Bouzouki and Bodhran and Liam O'Flynn on UIllean Pipes 7. Kate Bush The Sensual World 1989 EMI CDP 7930782 John Sheahan guested on: Track 1: The Sensual World (Fiddle) with Donal Lunny on Bouzouki and Davey Spillane on Uillean Pipes 8. Shane MacGowan and the Popes The Snake 1994 ZTT 4509-98104-2 Barney plays tenor banjo and John fiddles and whistles. 9. Finbar Furey The Wind & The Rain 1997 K-Tel ECD 3371 Eamonn Campbell -- Guitar John Sheahan -- Fiddle 10. Jah Wobble Invaders of the Heart Ronnie Drew recites five Celtic Poems. 11. Giles Servot Sur Les Quais de Dublin Ronnie Drew guests as vocalist on two tracks. 12. The Best of Jimmy Crowley and Stoker's Lodge Raglan Records RGLP 14 Ronnie Drew sings Salonika with Jimmy Crowley. 13. Patsy Watchorn The Craic & The Porter too Dolphin DOCDK 113 John Sheahan & Eamonn Campbell provide instrumentation. Eamonn produces. 14. Gibb Todd Connected 1999 KRL John Sheahan plays on the album. 15. The Clancy Brothers and The Dubliners Irish Drinking Songs 1993 Columbia COL 4872464 The Dubliners provide 'Whiskey In The Jar', 'The Pub With No Beer', 'Drink It Up Men', and 'Maloney Wants A Drink' on this album. 16. Ceol Reoite Music for the Millenium 2000? RTE 240 CD John Sheahan plays 'Marino Casino' on his fiddle. He also accompanies, on whistle, Michael Howard on 'St Audoens'. 17. Ulster's Flowery Vale 1969 BBC REC 28 M Barney McKenna plays with the famous fiddler Sean Maguire on this compilation LP issued by BBC Radio Enterprises, London. The programmes, recorded by the Ulster Folk Museum, were broadcast on the NIHS (Northern Ireland Home Service, now BBC Radio Ulster). The tunes are 1. Drops of Brandy [a slip jig] 2. The Mason's Apron 3. O'Rourke's Reel/The Wild Irishman Additional Biographical Note: When Luke Kelly `left' The Dubliners in 1964 he was replaced by Bobby Lynch. But also (for a short period) before Bobby Lynch joined, John Reavy - an Irishman brought up in the North East of England - played a number of dates with The Dubliners including a review `The Dubliners' at the Gate Theatre, Dublin. He had already left by the time the second Transatlantic recording was made. Up to this time an additional musician was Mary Jordan who was there from the start and occasionally joined The Dubliners on-stage playing spoons.
There are various compilations available on CD. I think the latest is `Milestones',which Suzanne Uniacke lists below. I have: 1987 The Collection Castle Communications CCSCD 164 Wild Rover Chief O'Neill's Favourite The Rocky Road to Dublin The Leaving of Liverpool The Old Orange Flute Jar of Porter The Glendalough Saint Off to Dublin in the Green Prefad San Ol The High Reel Patriot Game Swallows Tail Reel Love is Pleasing Nelson's Farewell McAlpines Fusiliers Hot Asphalt Within a mile of Dublin Finnegans Wake Monto Dublin Fusiliers Banks of the Roses Reel: My Love is in America Foggy Dew The sea around us 1990 The Collection - Volume 2 Castle Communications CCSCD 270 Roddy McCorley The Twang Man Reels: Sligo Maid; Colonel Rodney The Woman from Wexford Roisin Dubh Air Fa La La La Lo Peggy Lettermore Easy And Slow The Kerry Recruit Reels: The Donegal Reel; The Longford Collector Tramps and Hawkers Home Boys Home Sunshine Hornpipe; The Mountain Road Will You Come to the Bower I'll tell my Ma The Masons Apron The Holy Ground Boulavogue Master McGrath Walking in the Dew The Nightingale Reel: My Love is in America Original Dubliners. 1993. EMI. 0777 7 890652 2. Digital Remasters. This is a cheap retrospective anthology. Ronnie Drew/The Collection. Chyme CHCD 1053. Undated. This is a 2-CD set of standard Dubliners songs put out by the small Irish label which did their album featuring Pete St John songs (eg Rare Ould Town). I think it is culled from previous Dubliners albums, like Luke's Legacy album was, Chyme Records must be The Dubliners own label. Olle Serin reports that the version of `Building up and tearing England down' is not similar to the version on the `Ronnie Drew' RAM album and the `Prodigal Sons' and `Live at Carré' albums. Jens Kilian adds some CD details: The Dubliners 20 Greatest Hits Vol. 1 Magic Music 31006 Black Velvet Band Drops of Brandy/Lady Carberry The Old Triangle Johnny McGory Spanish Lady Molly Malone God Save Ireland Spancil Hill Peat Bog Soldiers Wild Rover Biddy Mulligan The Band Played Waltzing Mathilda Lord Inchiquinn The Lifeboat Mona McAlpines Fusiliers Weile Weile Waile Barney's Banjo Selection The Acrobat/Village Bells Scorn Not His Simplicity The Mero The Dubliners 20 Greatest Hits Vol. 2 Magic Music 31007 Farewell To Carlingford Finnegan's Wake Whiskey In The Jar Free The People The Rebel Lord Of The Dance The Molly Maguires Champion At Keepin' Them Rolling The Town I Loved So Well Donegal Danny Sam Hall Springhill Disaster Night Visiting Song Fiddler's Green Farewell To Ireland Dirty Old Town Three Sea Captains Gentleman Soldier Seven Drunken Nights Louse House At Kilkenny Original Dubliners 1966-1969 EMI CDP 789066 2, CDP 789067 2 "A digitally remastered 2 CD set containing the 56 tracks which made up their first 4 EMI albums." Suzanne Uniacke adds MILESTONES TRACD 110 1995 Castle Communications PLC Whiskey In The Jar (with The Pogues) (From '30 Years A-Greying', 1992) Rocky Road To Dublin (Live, London 1963) Raglan Road (From 'The Dubliners Dublin', 1988) Leaving Of Liverpool (Live, London 1964) Marino Waltz (From 'Celebration', 1987) Roddy MacCorley (Live, London 1964) I'm Asking You Sergeant Where's Mine (with Billy Connolly) (From '30 Years A-Greying') Zoological Gardens (From 'The Dubliners Dublin') The Sick Note (Live, Germany 1986) Reels a) Cooleys b) The Dawn c) Mullingar Races (From 'Celebration') Monto (From 'Finnegan Wakes') I'm A Man You Don't Meet Everyday (From '30 Years A-Greying') Home Boys Home (Live, London 1963) Spanish Lady (From 'The Dubliners Dublin') Masons Apron (Live, London 1964) Barley and Grape Rag (with Rory Gallagher) (From '30 Years A-Greying') Preab San Ol (Live, London 1963) Irish Rover (with The Pogues) (From 'Celebration') The Auld Triangle (From '30 Years A-Greying') Seven Drunken Nights (From 'The Dubliners Dublin') THE DUBLINERS AXIS/EMI (Australasia) 1988 7017362 Seven Drunken Nights The Galway Races The Irish Navy I Wish I Were Back In Liverpool Zoological Gardens The Rising Of The Moon Whisky On A Sunday The Dundee Weaver Seven Deadly Sins The Leaving Of Liverpool Maids When You're Young Never Wed An Old Man Dirty Old Town Donkey Reel Black Velvet Band A Pub With No Beer Peggy Gordon Net Hauling Song Nancy Whiskey Instrumental Medley a)Paddy's gone To France b)Skylark Tibby Dunbar Go To Sea No More Oskar Itzinger supplies details of the 1994 Luke Kelly double-CD. There is also a Ronnie Drew double-CD mentioned above, a companion piece. 1994 Luke Kelly: The Collection - 36 Great Songs (digitally re-mastered) 2 CD set; playing time 112 minutes Chyme CHCD 1041 1 On Raglan Road Joe Hill Scorn not his simplicity Dublin in the rare oul times The town I loved so well Black velvet band Hand me down my bible Song for Ireland Parcel of rogues The sun is burning High Germany Wild rover Dainty Davey Night visiting song God save Ireland For what died the sons of Roisin? [poem recited by Luke Kelly] 2 Thirty foot trailer Dirty old town Monto Lifeboat Mona Banks of sweet primroses The button pusher The Springhill Mine disaster Molly Maguires The old triangle School days over The holy ground Free the people Peat bog soldiers Whiskey in the jar Home boys home Bunclody Wrap the green flag around me The West's awake A nation once again A nation once again [chorus finale] The liner notes prints the complete text for "For what died the sons of Roisin?". Also, the liner notes includes a CD list from Chyme Music which lists the following "Dubliners" material: CHCD 1002 Dubliners: Revolution CHCD 1011 Dubliners: Collection (double CD) CHCD 1014 Dubliners: 20 Original Greatest Hits 2 CHCD 1016 Luke Kelly: Luke Kelly Album CHCD 1025 Dubliners: Fifteen Years On CHCD 1028 Dubliners: 20 Original Greatest Hits CHCD 1031 Luke Kelly and Dubliners: Luke's Legacy CHCD 1032 Dubliners: 7 Drunken Nights CHCD 1033 Dubliners: Irish Favourites CHCD 1034 Dubliners: Irish Favourites Vol. 2 1974 Irish Folk Scene Transatlantic DALP 2/1958 (Germany) This compilation (double vinyl album) includes the following "Dubliners" tracks: Off to Dublin in the green The Donegal reel/The Longford collector Will you come to the Bower Home boys home Wild rover Roddy McCorley I'll tell my Ma Other tracks in this set are by The Johnstons (10), Finbar Furey (3), Finbar and Eddie Furey (3), and The Glenside Ceili Band (1). 1977 Irish Folk Scene 2 Transatlantic 84.002-2 (Germany) This compilation (double vinyl album) includes the following "Dubliners" tracks: Off to Dublin in the green Roisin dubh The mason's apron Other tracks in this set are by The Johnstons (2), Finbar Furey (2), Finbar and Eddie Furey (2), The Glenside Ceili Band (1), Tim Gilfellon (1), John Droom (1), Vin Garbutt (1), Sweeney's Men (3), Contraband (1), The Sand's Family (1), The Boys of the Lough (2), The Kilfenora Ceili Band (1), Mick Moloney (1), Seamus Ennis (1), and Members of the Coleman Traditional Society Reel (1). 197? Scottish Folk Scene Transatlantic DALP 2/1855 (Germany) This compilation (double vinyl album) includes the following Luke Kelly track: Come all ye tramps and hawkers Other tracks in this set are by The Johnstons (2), Eddie Furey (2), Alex Campell (3), Ian Campell Folk Group (4), Watt Nicoll (5), Hamish Imlach (3), Ian Campell (1), and Archie Fisher (3)