The Clancy Brothers | Tunes 'n' Tales Of Ireland

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Tunes 'n' Tales Of Ireland

by The Clancy Brothers

Traditional irish folk music from a world-famous group.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Wild Colonial Boy
4:48 album only
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2. Jug of Punch
4:24 album only
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3. Master McGarth
3:13 album only
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4. William Bloat
2:40 album only
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5. Sweet Thames Flow Softly
4:04 album only
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6. Eddystone Light
4:19 album only
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7. Bantry Girl's Lament
4:25 album only
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8. Pub With No Beer
3:26 album only
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9. Off To Philadelphia
2:35 album only
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10. Travelin' People
4:29 album only
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11. Sister Josephine
7:38 album only
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12. Finnegan's Wake
3:31 album only
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13. Wild Rover
4:29 album only
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14. Risin' of the Moon
2:46 album only
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15. Parting Glass
2:19 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In 1988, the world famous Clancy Brothers & Robbie O'Connell recorded TUNES 'N' TALES OF IRELAND. Tunes 'N' Tales features all the raucous laughter, classic songs, and hearty singing that the Clancy Brothers are famous for, including classics like The Wild Colonial Boy, Jug of Punch, and Tim Finnegan's Wake, making it a better "best of" than any album going under that title. It also is an important album for collectors and fans, as it is last Clancy Brothers album to feature Tom Clancy before his death in 1990. There's no sign of age on Tunes'N'Tales though, because they sound as fresh as they did when they started singing years ago.

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