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The Galway Races - The Dubliners - The Dubliners (Cassette)

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  1. The Galway Races Dubliners. Top Dubliners Lyrics Fiddlers Green Grace Liverpool Lou I'm A Man You Don't Meet Every Day Phil The Fluter's Ball The Wests Awake Don't Give Up 'til It's Over Dublin In The Rare Old Times Whack Fol De Diddle Wild Rover. Related Dubliners Links The Galway Races video Dubliners twitter.
  2. The Dubliners compilation, Dubliners Discography. Sleeve Notes. It was early in when a disc jockey on the pirate station, Radio Caroline took a fancy to an Irish song by a traditional group from Dublin.
  3. The Galway Races Arranged By – The Dubliners Written-By – Trad.* A3: The Irish Navy Written-By – Kelly*, Drew* A4: I Wish I Were Back In Liverpool Written-By – Rosselson*, Kelly* A5: Smith Of Bristol Arranged By – The Dubliners Written-By – Trad.* A6: The Rising Of The Moon Arranged By – The Dubliners Written-By – Trad.* A7.
  4. About The Galway Races "The Galway Races" is a traditional Irish song. The song's narrator is attending the eponymous annual event in Galway, a city in the west of Ireland. The song was made famous in the UK in by The Dubliners.
  5. Released February 19, ℗ Originally Released , Sony Music Entertainment Inc. Also available in the iTunes Store.
  6. Even so the Dubliners were the first to make money on it and by so doing inspired other traditional irish bands in ireland to do the same. I went to my homeland of Ireland in June of and people in ireland to me this that the dubliners inspired others to sing and write and make money on traditional irish music.5/5(25).
  7. The Galway Races This song is by The Dubliners and appears on the album A Drop Of The Hard Stuff () and on the compilation album Original Dubliners (). As I rode down to Galway town to seek for recreation On the seventeenth of August me mind being elevated There were multitudes.
  8. The Dubliners was an Irish folk band founded in Dublin, Ireland, in One of the most influential Irish acts of the 20th century, they celebrated 50 years together in , making them Ireland's longest surviving musical act.

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