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Album Review

Filled to the to the top of the pint glass with spirited and rousing versions of classic Irish tunes both traditional and contemporary, the Young Dubliners' With All Due Respect feels like a raucous night out with friends. Hastily but immaculately recorded, each cut has an energy that transcends the overall sameness of the production. Like Flogging Molly without the distortion, the Young Dubliners tear through two Pogues tunes ("If I Should Fall from Grace with God" and "Pair of Brown Eyes") and a flurry of pub classics — including "Foggy Dew" and "Rocky Road to Dublin" — that are as earthy as they are electrifying. It's a move that should please longtime fans and connoisseurs of Celtic folk-rock alike.

Customer Reviews

All Respect Due

I'm new to the Young Dubliners, and as a fan of groups like The Dubliners and Flogging Molly this album provides a perfect bridge into the group. An excellent choice of songs, both old and new, performed in a unique style leads to this album being a must have for any fan of Irish music in my opinion. Highlights for me are "I'll Tell Me Ma" and "The Foggy Dew".

AMAZING!!!

This album is straight up,bloody brilliant!

Young Dubliners


Excellent - great - listening.. again and again.....came across them by accident which is the best way to discover new music. Wonderful.

Biography

Formed: 1990

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Dublin natives Keith Roberts (vocals, guitar) and Paul O'Toole (vocals, guitar, mandolin, harmonica) formed the Young Dubliners in the early 1990s after meeting one another in a Los Angeles pub. Roberts had been tweaking some Irish ballads of his own and opted that a band would be in order. O'Toole obliged, as well as Brendan Holmes (bass). They introduced their hearty rock sound on the Rocky Road EP in 1994; their first studio album Breathe appeared a year later, as well as new member Charles Waltz...
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