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Liam Clancy: Discography
Miscellaneous Anthologies


Who Fears to Speak
The Official 1798 Bicentenary Commemorative Album
w/Clancy, O'Connell & Clancy
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  • Who Fears to Speak
    • 1998 - RTÉ CD209 CD

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  • Track List:
    1. The Memory of the Dead — Irish Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus
    2. The Liberty Tree — Len Graham
    3. The Rising of the Moon Clancy, O'Connell, and Clancy
    4. Dunlavin Green — Deirdre Masterson
    5. Rouse, Hibernians — Irish Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus
    6. The Shan Van Vocht Clancy, O'Connell, and Clancy
    7. The Wind That Shakes the Barley — Richard Stevens
    8. Henry Joy — Len Graham
    9. The Croppy Boy Liam Clancy
    10. Maidin Luan Chincíse — Áine Uí Cheallaigh
    11. The Men of the West — Irish Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus
    12. Aghadoe Liam Clancy
    13. The Three Flowers — Áine Uí Cheallaigh
    14. Kelly of Killane Clancy, O'Connell, and Clancy
    15. Roddy MacCorley — Len Graham
    16. Sliabh na mBan — Deirdre Masterson
    17. Boolavogue — Richard Steevens
    18. Tone's Grave — Áine Uí Cheallaigh
    19. The Boys of Wexford — Irish Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus

  • Musicians
    • All above tracks are with the Irish Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Credits
    • Produced and Engineered by Bill Somerville Large
    • Executive Producers and Concept Design: John Kearns/Bernard Bennett
    • Assistant Engineer: Dave Slevin
    • Musical Director: John Tate
    • Choral Director: Blánaid Murphey
    • Artwork: Paintbox Graphic Design
    • Mixed, edited, and mastered in Westland and Park House Recording Studios.
  • Sources:
    • Bill Jantz, Fred Lucey and Sean Cogan

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Legends of Irish Folk - Raised On Songs
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  • Legends Of Irish Folk - Raised On Songs & Stories
    • 2005 - Dolphin DOLTV2CD105 CD (x2)
  • Legends Of Irish Folk - Collector's Edition
    • 2014 - Dolphin DOLTV4CD2013 CD (x4)

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  • Disc One
    1. The Fields of Athenry Paddy Reilly
    2. Raglan Road Luke Kelly
    3. Muirsheen Durkin — Johnny McEvoy
    4. Grace Jim McCann
    5. A Couple of Years Ronnie Drew (duet with Eleanor Shanley)
    6. The Green Fields of France Finbar Furey
    7. Home From The Sea Liam Clancy
    8. The Rare Old Times Pasty Watchorn
    9. Nora — Johnny McEvoy
    10. The Sick Note — Ronnie Drew
    11. The Gentleman Soldier — Luke Kelly
    12. Bunch of Thyme — Paddy Reilly
    13. Her Father Didn't Like Me Anyway — Jim McCann
    14. The Band Played Waltzing Matilda — Liam Clancy
    15. The Rare Old Mountain Dew — Patsy Watchorn
    16. Sweet Sixteen — Finbar Furey
  • Disc Two
    1. New York Girls — Finbar Furey
    2. Joe Hill — Luke Kelly
    3. The Humour Is On Me Now — Ronnie Drew
    4. The Town I Loved So Well — Paddy Reilly
    5. Rocky Road To Dublin — Liam Clancy
    6. Michael — Johnny McEvoy
    7. The Ferryman — Patsy Watchorn
    8. Meet Me At The Pillar — Jim McCann
    9. Scorn Not His Simplicity — Luke Kelly
    10. Courtin' In The Kitchen — Ronnie Drew
    11. Spancil Hill — Paddy Reilly
    12. Liverpool Lou — Patsy Watchorn
    13. Those Brown Eyes — Johnny McEvoy
    14. From Clare To Here — Jim McCann
    15. Red Rose Cafe — Finbar Furey
    16. The Parting Glass — Liam Clancy

  • Liam Clancy Track Notes:
    • To my knowledge tracks: 20 & 31 were recorded during the 1991 In Close Up, Olympia concerts.
      • However, theses tracks are not included in any of those (related) VHS or DVD releases.
      • "Rocky Road to Dublin" also appers on The Mountain of the Women (2002 - Audiobook)
      • "The Parting Glass" subsequently appers on Liam Clancy's Favourites (2005)

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Legends of Irish Folk - A Parcel of Rogues
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  • Legends Of Irish Folk - A Parcel of Rogues
    • 2006 - Dolphin DOLTV2CD106 CD (x2)
  • Legends Of Irish Folk - Collector's Edition

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  • Disc One
    1. The Craic Was 90 In The Isle of Man Paddy Reilly
    2. Dirty Old Town Luke Kelly (with The Dubliners)
    3. The Dutchman — Liam Clancy
    4. The Boston Burglar — Johnny McEvoy
    5. The Lonesome Boatman Finbar Furey
    6. The Black Velvet Band Ronnie Drew
    7. Carrickfergus Jim McCann (with The Dubliners)
    8. Dicey Reilly Patsy Watchorn
    9. Cavan Girl Derek McCormack
    10. Dreaming My Dreams — Finbar Furey (with The Fureys & Davey Arthur)
    11. Since Maggie Went Away — Ronnie Drew
    12. Red Is The Rose — Liam Clancy
    13. Home Boys Home — Patsy Watchorn
    14. The Blarney Roses — Derek McCormack
    15. The Wild Rover — Luke Kelly (with The Dubliners)
    16. Streets of London — Jim McCann
    17. Going To California — Johnny McEvoy
    18. Only Our Rivers Run Free — Paddy Reilly
  • Disc Two
    1. The Lord of The Dance — Jim McCann (with The Dubliners)
    2. The Sailor — Johnny McEvoy
    3. Spanish Is The Loving Tongue — Liam Clancy
    4. Seven Drunken Nights — Ronnie Drew (with The Dubliners)
    5. The Cliffs of Dooneen — Paddy Reilly
    6. Leaving Nancy — Finbar Furey (with The Fureys & Davey Arthur)
    7. The Shoals of Herring — Liam Clancy
    8. The Rose of Allendale — Derek McCormack
    9. The Hills of Connemara — Patsy Watchorn
    10. John O'Dreams — Paddy Reilly
    11. My Love Is Like A Red Rose — Finbar Furey (with The Fureys and Davey Arthur)
    12. A Parcel of Rogues — Luke Kelly (with The Dubliners)
    13. The Ballad of John Williams — Johnny McEvoy
    14. The Limerick Rake — Ronnie Drew
    15. The Whistling Gypsy — Derek McCormack
    16. Follow Me Up To Carlow — Jim McCann
    17. The Leaving of Liverpool — Patsy Watchorn
    18. Hand Me Down My Bible — Luke Kelly (with The Dubliners)

  • Liam Clancy Track Notes:
    • All these Liam Clancy tracks also appear on Liam Clancy's Favourites (2005)
      • I am assuming the original track sources are the same …

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Legends of Irish Folk - A Song For Ireland
w/Liam Clancy, Tommy Makem & Makem & Clancy
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  • Legends of Irish Folk - A Song For Ireland
    • 2007 - Dolphin DOLTV2CD114 CD

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  • Disc One
    1. Whiskey In The Jar — Luke Kelly (with The Dubliners)
    2. Flight of Earls — Paddy Reilly
    3. The Travelling People — Liam Clancy
    4. The Zoological Gardens — Ronnie Drew (with The Dubliners)
    5. Easy And Slow — Jim McCann
    6. All For Me Grog — Patsy Watchorn
    7. Four Green Fields — Tommy Makem
    8. The Ballad of St. Anne's Reel — Johnny McEvoy
    9. As I Leave Behind Neidín — Finbar Furey (with The Furey's & Davey Arthur)
    10. The Old Triangle — Luke Kelly (with The Dubliners)
    11. Maggie — Derek McCormack
    12. The Spanish Lady — Jim McCann (with The Dubliners)
    13. The Patriot Game — Liam Clancy
    14. Portland Town — Derek McCormack
    15. The Dublin Minstrel — Paddy Reilly
    16. I Will Love You — Finbar Furey (with The Furey's & Davey Arthur)
    17. The Town of Ballybay — Tommy Makem
    18. Long Before Your Time — Johnny McEvoy
    19. Whiskey On A Sunday — Patsy Watchorn
    20. Weile Weile Waile — Ronnie Drew (with The Dubliners)
  • Disc Two
    1. A Place In The Choir — Tommy Makem and Liam Clancy
    2. Molly Malone — Jim McCann (with The Dubliners)
    3. Dance To An Old Fashioned Tune — Johnny McEvoy
    4. Working Man — Paddy Reilly
    5. My Irish Molly — Patsy Watchorn
    6. Scarlet Ribbons — Finbar Furey (with The Fureys & Davey Arthur)
    7. Free The People — Luke Kelly (with The Dubliners)
    8. Song of The Mira — Derek McCormack
    9. The Jolly Tinker — Liam Clancy
    10. McAlpines Fusiliers — Ronnie Drew
    11. Three Score And Ten — Johnny McEvoy
    12. The Galway Races — Paddy Reilly
    13. Gentle Annie — Tommy Makem
    14. Star of The County Down — Jim McCann
    15. Sackville Street Lament — Finbar Furey
    16. Fiddler's Green — Patsy Watchorn
    17. Viva La Quinta Brigada — Ronnie Drew (with The Dubliners)
    18. Loch Tae Boat Song — Liam Clancy
    19. School Day's Over — Luke Kelly (with The Dubliners)
    20. A Song For Ireland — Derek McCormack

  • Credits
    • Mastering: Seamus Brett
    • Sleeve Notes: Jim McCann
    • Design: Dermot O'Connor

  • Makem & Clancy Track Notes:
    • The Tommy Makem & Makem & Clancy tracks are likely taken from M&C Collection (1980)
      • However, "The Town of Ballybay" is originally from M&C Concert (1977)
    • The Liam Clancy tracks are likely taken from:

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Music of Ireland - Welcome Home
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  • Music of Ireland - Welcome Home
    • 2010 - Elevation ELE-004 CD

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  • Track List:
    1. Óró, Sé do Bheatha 'Bhaile — The Welcome Home Party - w/John Sheahan
    2. Song to the Siren — Sinéad O'Connor
    3. Lullaby for the Dead — The Chieftains (featuring Moya Brennan)
    4. Under the Tongue — Damien Rice
    5. The Parting Glass (Trad., arranged: Liam Clancy) — Liam Clancy (featuring John Sheahan)
    6. Forgotten — Órla Fallon & Moya Brennan
    7. High Hope — Glen Hansard
    8. Maasai Returns — Damien Dempsey
    9. Oh Brother — Andrea Corr
    10. Blacksmith — Andy Irvine & Dónal Lunny
    11. Dreams Will Come — Paul Brady
    12. You're the One — Shane MacGowan & Moya Brennan
    13. Is Mise 'n Ghaoth/The Lass of Aughrim — Anúna & Moya Brennan (featuring Iarla Ó Lionáird)

  • Musicians — "The Parting Glass"
    • Liam Clancy: Vocals
    • John Sheahan: Fiddle
    • Séamus Begley: Accordion, Vocals
    • Paul Brady: Guitar, Vocals
    • Éammon DeBarra: Whistles, Flute
    • Cormac DeBarra: Harp
    • John Reynolds: Keyboards
    • Tiamán Ó Duinnchinn: Uilleann pipes
    • Moya Brennan: Vocals
  • Credits
    • All songs Produced by John Reynolds
    • Executive Producers - Denny Young & Moya Brennan
    • Recorded by John Reynolds — "The Parting Glass"
    • Additional engineering: Kevin Evans — "The Parting Glass"
    • Mixed by John Reynolds, Tim Oliver and Adrian Hall at New Air Studios, London
    • Except "Lullaby For The Dead", Produced by Paddy Moloney, Mixed by John Reynolds
    • Mastered by Kevin Metcalf at Soundmasters, London
    • Front Cover Design: Tim Jarvis

Notes

Music of Ireland - Welcome Home is a two-part music special celebrating 50 years of contemporary Irish music. Part One features intimate performances and exclusive interviews from many of the greatest Irish artists of our time including: The Chieftains, The Clancy Brothers, U2, The Dubliners, Riverdance, Bob Geldof, Ronan Tynan, Sinead O'Connor and many others.

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