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At Their Best [The Dubliners]


  • 1. Off to Dublin in the Green
    2. Medley: Sunshine Hornpipe/Mountain Road
    3. Will You Come to the Bower
    4. Peggy Lettermore
    5. Medley: The Donegal Reel/The Longford Collector [Live]
    6. Roddy McCorley [Live]
    7. I'll Tell My Ma
    8. Mason's Apron, The
    9. Foggy Dew [Live]
    10. Ould Orange Flute [Live], The
    11. Roisin Dubh
    12. Holy Ground, The
    13. Wild Rover [Live]
    14. Easy and Slow
    15. Home Boys Home [Live]
    16. Chief O'Neils Favourite
    17. Rocky Road to Dublin [Live], The
    18. Leaving of Liverpool, The
    19. Medley: Dublin/Nelson's Farewell
    20. Twang Man, The
    21. Jar of Porter
    22. Boulavogue
    23. Glendalough Saint, The
    24. Air Fa La La Lo
    25. McAlpine's Fusiliers
    26. Banks of the Roses [Live]
    27. Within a Mile of Dublin [Live]
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    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 161

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    AT THEIR BEST is a collection of 27 tracks by the Irish folk ensemble the Dubliners, including "Peggy Lettermore," "I'll Tell My Ma," and others.
    This compilation album presents 27 performances by the Dubliners, most of them drawn from the group's trio of initial live albums, The Dubliners, The Dubliners in Concert, and Finnegan Wakes, representing their stint at Transatlantic Records. Whether the selections represent the Irish outfit "at their best," even for the brief period of 1964-1966 included, is a matter of opinion. For example, such notable tracks as "The Patriot Game" and "The Woman from Wexford" are missing. But almost any collection of the Dubliners is bound to feature a good representation of the band's excellent instrumental work and the multiple vocalists singing songs in their heavy accents of sailing, drinking, loving, living, and suffering the indignities of English oppression. This one does, just like others, and as such it provides a good sampling of what is best about the Dubliners and justifies the title to that extent. ~ William Ruhlmann

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