Here on The Dubliners songs page you'll find several songs you can learn on the acoustic with my free demo covers and chord sheets.
Full lesson tutorials available for purchase for a small fee if required (see prices listed above). I'm listing some of these song under The Dubliners as they have recorded these songs on various albums.
But my versions here may not be exactly the same as The Dubliners versions because I recorded some of these lessons years ago before I knew The Dubliners had their particular versions.
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Auld Triangle a.k.a. The Auld Triangle and The Old Triangle, was a re-issue in 2013 from the album Live In Carre which featured Like Kelly.
The song peaked at #80 in Ireland.
Black Velvet Band is a track from the 1967 Dubliners album A Drop Of The Hard Stuff.
As a single the song did very well reaching #4 in Ireland and #10 in the UK.
Champion At Keeping Them Rolling is a track that can be found on a 1997 album entitled 20 Original Greatest Hits The Dubliners.
It doesn't appear that they ever released this song as a single so I'm not sure how popular a song this one may be. Ronny Dew has the lead vocals on this track.
Cod Liver Oil was written by a Newfoundlander by the name of Johnny Burke sometime during his life from 1851-1930. Newfoundlanders used to drink this stuff as a type of medicine.
The Dubliners and Great Big Sea, a group our of Newfoundland, recorded this one. You'll find this one The Dubliners 25 Years Celebration album from 1987. They never released this song as a single however.
Grace was a live recording from The Dubliners off of their 2002 album Live From The Gaiety.
It doesn't appear as if they ever released this song as a single. Jim McCann was with the Dubliners for this re-union in 2002.
Home Boys Home can be found on The Dubliners Live album called Live, which was recorded in 1973 ad released in 1974. It was Ronnie Dews last album with them for 5 years as he went solo.
This track was never a single release.
I'll Tell Me Ma was recorded by The Dubliners and is found on their 1992 album 30 Years A Greying.
They never released this one as a single.
It's All For Me Grog a.k.a All For Me Grog was one of five singles from The Dubliners 3rd album A Drop Of The Hard Stuff from 1967.
This single peaked at #10 in Ireland and #51 in the UK.
Kelly The Boy From Killan is an old traditional Irish number about John Kelly who led a rebellion in 1798.
The track is found on their 1967 album More Of The Hard Stuff.
Leaving Of Liverpool was recorded for a live album The Dubliners released way back in 1965 called In Concert The Dubliners.
This track was never released by them as a single. The song has been around since 1885.
Muirsheen Dirken is a song about an immigrant who leave Ireland in search of gold in California of 1849.
The track is found on their 1967 album More Of The Hard Stuff but was never released as a single.
Seven Drunken Nights was a #1 hit in Ireland and a #7 hit in the UK back in 1967 when The Dubliners released their version. The song itself hails back to the 1700's from Scotland originally.
Technically there are seven verses to this song but on the single release, these last two verses would not have received any airplay. They are as follows ... They are : "As I went home on Saturday night as drunk as drunk could be, I saw two hands upon her breasts where my old hands should be, well I called me wife and said to her will you kindly tell to me, who owns them hands upon your breasts where my old hands should be ah you're drunk you're drunk you silly old fool and still you cannot see, That's a lovely nightgown me mother sent to me, Well it's many a day I travelled, a hundred miles or more, but fingers on a night gown sure I never saw before".
Sunday night has "a thing in her thing where my old thing should be" which the wife claims is a "tin whistle me mother sent to me" and it finishes "but hair on a tin whistle sure I never saw before".
You'll find this track on their album a Drop Of The Hard Stuff.
The Fields Of Athenry is a traditional Irish song which can be found on the 1997 album Alive Alive-O.
It was written in 1979 by Pete St John and deals with the great famine of the 1840's.
The song is well known among Irish sports supporters but was never released as a single by The Dubliners.
The Foggy Dew has been used as a title in several songs, but this particular song is making reference to the April 1916 Irish republican uprising against Irish soldiers fighting for the British instead of for an independent Ireland.
Canon Charles O’Neill was a priest from Portglenone, County Antrim (1887–1963) and wrote this song sometime after the first world war. He reflected that it would have been better for the 200,000 plus Irishmen who fought for Britain to instead, have stayed home and fought for Irish independence.
This song can be found on their Live album from 1997 entitled Alive Alive-O.
The Irish Rover was one three singles released from The Dubliners 25 Years Celebration album which was released in1987. This version was also with The Pogues
and peaked at #1 in Ireland, #8 in the UK and #25 in New Zealand.
The Wild Rover was the very first single released by The Dubliners when they made their debut back in 1964. This was the only single from the album as well.
Unfortunately at the time the song did not chart. This is an old Irish folk song that dates back to the 1600's.
Whiskey In The Jar has seen some traction since it was recorded by The Dubliners on their 1967 album Drinkin And Courtin'. Their version was a B-side to the single Dirty Old Town but managed to reach #3 in the US. The Highwaymen recorded a version in 1962 as did Thin Lizzy in 1973.
Then a re-record from The Dubliners and The Pogues in 1990 and then heavy metal band Metallica in 1998. In 2019 Bryan Adams put his version on the album Shine a Light. The song is believed to have been written sometime in the 1600's.
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