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Dublin City Ramblers
The Very Best of Rare Ould Times




Dolphin Records


Irish Ballads


Disc 1
The Best of The Dublin City Ramblers
Released in the summer of 1985, this compilation covers the period from the mid-70s to mid-80s, during which time the Ramblers achieved major chart success with songs like The Rare Ould Times, The Punch and Judy Man, and The Ferryman.
1. The Ferryman
2. Rare Old Times
3. Paddy Lie Back
4. Carolan’s Draught
5. Hills of Kerry
6. Mary’s Song
7. John O’Dreams
8. The Town of Ballybay
9. Nancy Spain
10. Belfast Mill
11. Slievenamon
12. Wild Rover
13. My Green Valley
14. The Craic Was Ninety In The Isle of Man

Disc 2
Home And Away
This album was produced and arranged by Dubliner Eamonn Campbell, and includes the football anthems, The Boys in Green, (Italia 90), and Que Sera Sera. It was released in 1990, amid the euphoria and excitement that surrounded Ireland’s participation in the World Cup of that year.
1. Staten Island
2. Dirty Ol' Town
3. Dublin Is Me
4. The Boys In Green
5. It’s Heaven Around Galway Bay
6. Sailing Home
7. A Children's Winter
8. Meet Me at the Pillar
9. Old Fashioned Tune
10. The Isle of Inisfree
11. Danny Farrell
12. The Marathon Song
13. Rosaleen Sweet Rosaleen
14. She Never Will Be Mine
15. Dublin In My Tears
16. Wheel The Perambulator John
17. Que Sera, Sera
18. David's Song
19. The Rose Of Mooncoin
20. Salonika

Disc 3
Flight of Earls
Following on from the success of the chart singles, Right All Right, Dance with Me Colleen, and Flight of Earls, this album became one of the biggest-selling albums of 1987.
1. Flight Of The Earls
2. Whistling Gypsy
3. Go Thoughts On Golden Wings
4. Sailing Home
5. Botany Bay
6. I'm Just Me
7. Lukes Song
8. Fields Of Athenry
9. Dance With Me Colleen
10. Whitsun
11. Carlingford Bay
12. Steal Away
13. Abbeyleix
14. Love That Waits For Me
15. Ringsend Rose
16. Dublin Rambler