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Irish Rovers

Singles
as THE IRISH ROVERS
1967 Orange & Green/Whiskey On A Sunday (Decca)

1968 The Unicorn/Black Velvet Band (Decca)
1968 The Puppet Song (Decca)
1968 The Biplane Evermore/Liverpool Lou (Decca) 32371

1969 Lily The Pink (Decca)
1969 Peter Knight (Decca)
1969 Did She Mention My Name (Decca)


Albums/CDs
as THE IRISH ROVERS
1967 First Of The Irish Rovers (Decca)

1968 The Unicorn (Decca)
1968 All Hung Up (Decca)

1969 Tales To Warm Your Mind (Decca)


Compilation Tracks
as THE IRISH ROVERS
196? "The Unicorn" on '60 Flash-back Greats Of The '60s' (Syndicate/K-Tel) TC 207

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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 Unicorn

Original Release on Vinyl LP 12" 33 RPM
1968 DECCA DL 74951 STEREO
then in 1971 on MCA

 

very rare Vinyl LP 12" 33RPM in near mint condition

 

Condition

RECORD=NM

OUTER SLEEVE=NM

This LP is graded according to the

"RECORD COLLECTOR'S GRADING SYSTEM
 
Quality vinyl is getting harder to find every day making it a GREAT INVESTMENT. Many great or favorite recordings are now RARE as they have not been re-issued on CD.

The single most popular record that The Irish Rovers ever made, their cover of Shel Silverstein's slyly written "The Unicorn" stands apart from the more straightforward material on this album, which is devoted to good times, family, and religious differences, and other significant elements of Irish song. ~ Bruce Eder, All Music Guide

Printed in Canada.