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Finnegan Wakes (Live)

The Dubliners

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The Dubliners fulfilled their contract for Transatlantic with the theatrical review Finnegan Wakes in 1966. Recorded live at Dublin's Gate Theatre, the record of the show was a thorn in the side of the church and conservatives alike, pushing the boundaries of political satire with its anti-establishment rhetoric and razor-sharp jibes at traditional Irish values. Musically, the band had honed its skills to perfection, and the full houses that frequented the year-long run of the show were a testament to that — the whoops and bawdy laughter between and during songs make it sound like a pub on a Friday night, as opposed to a theater. Audiences fell in love with songs like "Chief O'Neill's Favourite," a celebration of a Chicago police chief whose knowledge and catalog of Irish tunes is legendary, and the blue-collar anthem "Hot Asphalt." The recording is muddy and overdriven in places, but it's so full of life that a clearer rendering would lack the sparkling energy of the original.

Biografi

Bildades: 1962 i Dublin, Ireland

Genre: Trubadur

Aktiva år: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Nearly three decades since they first came together during informal sessions at O'Donoghue's Pub in Dublin, the Dubliners remain one of the most influential of Ireland's traditional folk bands. Unlike their counterparts the Clancy Brothers, the Dubliners have never strayed from the raw looseness of the pub scene. According to Dirty Linen, "Whereas the Clancys were well-scrubbed returned Yanks from rural Tipperary, decked out in matching white Arab sweaters, the Dubliners...
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