Editors' Notes Emerging from Dublin's early-‘60s pub folk scene, The Dubliners are one of the finest Irish folk bands of all time. Over their 50-year career, their lineup has been in constant flux but centred around the inimitable talents of singers Luke Kelly and Ronnie Drew. They released 20 studio albums but also achieved strong success in the Irish singles chart, while "Jack's Heroes", their original 1990 collaboration with The Pogues, won them international acclaim. April 2012 saw the death of final founding member Barney McKenna; since then, his bandmates have continued as The Dublin Legends.

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Seven Drunken Nights
3:21
 
Weile Weile Waile
2:26
 
Finnegan's Wake (Live)
2:32
 
Maids When You're Young Never Wed an Old Man (1993 Remastered Version)
3:28
 
Mcalpine's Fusiliers (Live)
4:03
 
A Nation Once Again (1993 Remastered Version)
2:43
 
The Parting Glass (2012 Remastered Version)
2:28
 
The Marino Waltz
2:58
 
The Town I Loved so Well
6:21
 
Molly Malone
3:04
 
Carrickfergus
6:16
 
Raglan Road
5:50
 
The Rare Auld Times
5:26
 
Dirty Old Town (Live)
3:01
 
The Black Velvet Band
3:34
 
Whiskey In the Jar (1993 Remastered Version)
3:01
 
The Irish Rover
2:58
 

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