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Irish Rovers
Emigrate! Emigrate!

label:1973 Potato Records
ATTIC LAT 1029
EXTREMELY RARE LP
JACKET AND RECORD IN EXCELLENT CONDITION

Irish Rovers On The Shores Of Americay

originally released 1971 by Decca Records
Release Date: 17 October, 1990
1971 DL 75302

This vinyl LP is extremely hard to find and  is NEAR MINT with the jacket NEAR MINT.

Irish Rovers
Ramblers And Gamblers
20 All Time Irish Favourites

Label: Carlton Sounds
1997

very hard to find still sealed CD from UK 

Irish Rovers 15th Anniversary

released in 1980
VM 100

very hard to find LP (in excellent condition)

signed  by Will Millar (lead singer)

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

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
The Life of a Rover

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

Only 1 Cassette (like new) available...

Very Rare!!!

Irish Rovers Upon A Shamrock Shore: Songs of Ireland and the Irish

CD released  01 February, 2000
MCA
This is the "serious" side of the Irish Rovers, as it were. Of course, serious is a relative term, considering the irresistible cheerfulness found in these 15 lilts. But, where 1999's The Best of the Irish Rovers focused on their best-known novelties (like "The Unicorn") and drinking songs from their 1968-1971 Decca tenure, this 2000 collection spotlights their political, historical, and more traditional Irish songs. Even when the themes are sober--postfamine emigration, social rebellion, unrest, and protest--the Rovers turn them into musical celebrations of perseverance, integrity, and triumph in the face of adversity. Add to these topical songs a mix of lively dance numbers and light-hearted courting songs, and you have a clear look at the "other side" of the Rovers, one thoroughly steeped in their musical and cultural history. --Marc Greilsamer