Irish Rovers

Irish Rovers
Celebrate! The First Thirty Years


ultra rare and out-of-print

collector's item

Irish Rovers Twentieth Anniversary Celebration

Extremely rare and out of print Collector's Item

AVAILABLE in an LP  BOX  SET  from Reader's Digest



50 of The Rovers Greatest Hits!

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

Irish Rovers
All Hung Up

1968 Decca LP

ultra rare & out-of-print used Vinyl LP

Jacket in near new condition

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




This LP is graded according to the



Irish Rovers The First of The Irish Rovers

Vinyl LP
DECCA DL 74835

Still in original cellophane in excellent condition

Irish Rovers
The Best of the Irish Rovers

DECCA RECORDS 1972 DL 7-5386

ultra rare & out of print Vinyl LP in Excellent Condition

Irish Rovers
Tales To Warm Your Mind

Stereo Vinyl LP
Decca DL75081
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

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)

Irish Rovers
The Life of a Rover

Decca/MCA DL 75157
Release Date: 17 October, 1990

Only 1 Cassette (like new) available...

Very Rare!!!

Irish Rovers
An Irish Christmas

Release Date: 15 October, 2002
Varese Records


This has quickly become one of my family's favorite Christmas albums because it is lively, upbeat, and melodious. The Rovers have a great beat and rollicking voices and they do a terrific job with both the fun songs and the traditional carols. I particularly like Bells Over Belfast for its hopeful message in the current depressing situation with the Peace Agreement but it is also nice to hear upbeat renditions of God Rest Ye Merry, Away In A Manger, We Three Kings, and Silent Night along with less-often-heard All Through The Night, The Christmas Traveller, and What Child Is This. And last, but not least, is Miss Fogarty's Christmas Cake, which is a cute addition to the Christmas repertoire. All in all, this CD will leave you feeling good and full of Christmas spirit.