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Irish Rovers
Celebrate! The First Thirty Years

SEALED

ultra rare and out-of-print cd

collector's item

Irish Rovers Twentieth Anniversary Celebration

Extremely rare and out of print Collector's Item

AVAILABLE in a CD or LP  BOX  SET  from Reader's Digest

 

TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

50 of The Rovers Greatest Hits!

(2 Cassette Gift Set - One Cassette still sealed)

  • Manufactured Especially for Reader's Digest
  • Double-Length Cassettes
  • Gift-Boxed Set of (2) Cassettes
  • Complete Song List Inside the Cover

Reader's Digest Presents The Rovers 20th Anniversary Celebration 50 Of Their Greatest Hits" Songs include: UNICORN and 49 more! on Two Cassettes

Barley Mow, Biplane Evermore, Black Velvet Band, Blow the Man Down, Bluenose, Botany Bay, Cape Anne, Class of '69, Come By the Hills, Day the Tall Ships Came, Drovers Dream, Dublin O'Shea, I'm A Rambler, Lord of the Dance, Mexican Girl, Morning Town Ride, Movie Cowboys, New York Girls, No More Bread and Butter, Orange and Green, Other Side of the Sun, Overlanders, Passing of the Gale, Pub With No Beer, Puff the Magic Dragon, Queensland Drovers, Rio Grande, Road to Gundagai, Sloop John B, Snoopy Versus Red Baron, South Australia, Spey and the Spate, Step It Out Mary, Sunny Sydney Lady, Sweet Thames Flow Softly, Sydney Harbour Ferry Boat, Tara, Ten Thousand Miles Away, Unicorn, Valparaiso Waltzing Matilda, Wasn't That a Party, We'll Rant and We'll Roar, What Wid Ye Do, When the Shipyards Go Back on Full Time, Whiskey on a Sunday, Wild Colonial Boy, Wild Rover No More, Windy Old Weather, Yellow Gals.

LP SET

This box set was issued by Reader's Digest/Potato Records in 1984 in Canada only. 1st LP: Their Greatest Hits. 2nd LP: Salute to Australia/Here's to Ireland. 3rd LP: Showtime at the Pub. 4th LP: Tall Ships and High Seas/Pretty Ladies. 5th LP: Sing Along/Live in Concert.

All the records look unplayed. The box is in excellent condition.

Irish Rovers
Emigrate! Emigrate!

label:1973 Potato Records

EXTREMELY RARE LP

JACKET AND RECORD IN EXCELLENT  CONDITION

IRISH ROVERS Emigrate Emigrate LP 33

Side One Side Two
The Passing of the Gale 2.27 Cobblers 1.03
Trad. Shee Gwee Music & Mooncat Music (BMI) W. McDowell, W. Millar, D. Murphy
        Shee Gwee Music & Mooncat Music (BMI)
        Yellow Gals 2.19
        
Trad. Shee Gwee Music & Mooncat Music (BMI) Paddy on the Railway 0.25
        Paddy's Green Shamrock Shore 4.17 Trad. Shee Gwee Music (BMI)
Trad. Shee Gwee Music & Mooncat Music (BMI) Canadian Railroad Trilogy 4.38
        G. Lightfoot Warner Bros. Music (ASCAP)
        Farewell to Carlingford 3.12
        
Tommy Makem Unichappell Music (BMI) Northern Rake 2.01
        G. Millar, W. Millar Shee Gwee Music (BMI)
        Mary of Dungloe 3.53
        Children of Hate 2.28
Trad. Shee Gwee Music & Mooncat Music (BMI)
        W. Millar Shee Gwee Music (BMI)
        
        Emigration Medley 3.38
        Catch Another Butterfly 2.22
        Music
Trad. Shee Gwee Music & Mooncat Music (BMI

0 ©1973 Potato Records / All rights reserved M. Williams Cherry Lane (ASCAP)

The Gypsy 2.50

Irish Rovers
All Hung Up

1968 Decca LP
dl-75037

ultra rare & out-of-print used Vinyl LP

Jacket in near new condition

Vinyl LP VG  (has some scuffs on it and plays ok.)

Condition

RECORD=VG

OUTER SLEEVE=VG+++ NM 

This LP is graded according to the

"RECORD COLLECTOR'S GRADING SYSTEM".

 

Irish Rovers The First of The Irish Rovers

Vinyl LP
DECCA DL 74835

Still in original cellophane in excellent condition

 

The First of the Irish Rovers recorded live at the Ice House in Pasadena, California.

Read about the group then enjoy their friendly upbeat Irish music as quoted on the album jacket "Close your eyes and you're in Ireland, strolling past a friendly pub, watching the mist rise over the sea. Will Millar himself would say 'Come on in for a minute or two out of the rain and give us a hand on a couple of the choruses."

Enjoy Irish favourites that were their first in what would become a long line of hits.

Irish Rovers
The Best of the Irish Rovers

DECCA RECORDS 1972 DL 75386

ultra rare & out of print Vinyl LP

Irish Rovers
The Rovers

LABEL: ATTIC RECORDS
Serial # ACDM 1095
re-issued on CD

Last 1 of a very rare release on CD

Irish Rovers
Hardstuff

label:Attic
LIKE NEW Condtion
Gary Koliger, Musician
George Millar Arranger, Band
Ciaran Byrne Assistant Engineer
Wilcil McDowell Adaptation, Band, Arranger
Howard Risson Engineer
Finbar Furey Musician
Will Millar Adaptation, Photography, Band, Arranger
The Irish Rovers Main Performer
Bill Somerville-Large Engineer
Joe Millar Band
Davey Arthur Musician
Lee Oliphant Musician
Rene Worst Musician
David Chan Assistant Engineer

Irish Rovers
Tales To Warm Your Mind

Stereo Vinyl LP
label:Decca
The condition of the gatefold cover is excellent with slight ring wear on both sides and the album itself is in excellent condition and it plays very well with some surface scratches.  

Irish Rovers
Silver Anniversary

Label: Potato

very Hard to Find CD

in excellent condition

Tracklist
1. What wid ye do   (Trad. arr. & adapter by W. & G. Millar)
2. Mick maguire   (Trad. arr. & adapter by W. & G. Millar)
3. McDonalds' raiders   (W. & G. Millar)
4. Reels: A) Pigeon on the gate B) The teetotaler   (Trad. arr. & adapter by W. & G. Millar / W. McDowell)
5. Castle of dromore   (Trad. arr. & adapter by W. & G. Millar)
6. Rare old mountain dew   (Trad. arr. & adapter by W. & G. Millar)
7. Maggie mae   (Trad. arr. & adapter by W. & G. Millar)
8. Mama was a mooshine man   (W. & G. Millar)
9. New York gals   (Trad. arr. & adapter by W. & G. Millar)
10. The unicorn   (S. Silverstein)
11. Come and dance to paddy's reels   (W. & G. Millar)
12. Song of the antrim coast   (Trad. - new words by W. Millar)
13. Jigs: A) The frost is all over B) The rakes of kildare C) I will if I can   (Trad. arr. & adapter by W. & G. Millar / W. McDowell)
14. The flower of sweet strabane   (Trad. arr. & adapter by W. & G. Millar)
15. The shores of Americay   (Trad. arr. & adapter by W. & G. Millar)
16. Maid of fife-o   (Trad. arr. & adapter by W. & G. Millar)
17. Summertime is coming   (Trad. arr. & adapter by W. & G. Millar)
18. Sweet jazz babies   (W. & G. Millar)
19. Come by the hills   (Trad. arr. & adapter by W. & G. Millar)
20. Wasn't that a party   (T. Paxton)