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The most whiskey-soaked sides from The Clancy Brothers’ ‘60s repertoire share space with tipsy Dubliners classics on this split release. These unvarnished live recordings document the easy rapport the bands had with their fans, while the studio tracks have a swagger and charm all their own. But behind the good-time aura, songs like “Tim Finnegan’s Wake” and “The Parting Glass” remind us of Ireland’s poetic gifts, describing the world in tidy turns of phrase that are often humorous, sometimes maudlin, and always irresistible.

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If you like Irish music or just songs that make you tap your foot, smile and sing along, you must get this album. It's my favorite album of all times. I can't stop listening to it! Traditional Irish music is the best!!

Drink It Up!

I purchased this album over in 1995 and have never regretted it. I play it frequently. My daughter quotes from it. It has the right touch of mirth, humor, and catchy tunes. My favorites are "Whiskey in the Jar", "Beer, Beer, Beer", " Water is Alright in Tay," and "Tim Finnegan's Wake."


Gets me drinking everytime


Formed: Cork, Ireland

Genre: World

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

The Clancy Brothers are a family of singing Irish expatriates who have been important figures in re-popularizing their native music in North America and are still among the most internationally renowned Irish folk bands. Some even credit the band as important figures in starting the folk revival of the '50s and '60s. The Clancys, Tom, Pat and Liam were born in Carrick-on-Suir, County Tiperrary, Ireland to a family of nine, all of whom were musically inclined. Tom and Pat emigrated to New York around...
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