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30 Years On

The Fureys & Davey Arthur

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RECORDED LIVE IN VICAR STREET DUBLIN

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1. Intro 2. Clare To Hare 3. Reels (Sally Gardens/Old Blackthorn/Highlanders) 4. Old Man 5. Her Father Didn't Like Me Anyway 6. Rattle For The Gypsy/Within A Mile Of Dublin 7. Steal Away 8. Mad Lady And Me 9. Grande Affair 10. Reels (Tar Bolton/Boys Of The Malin/Humours Of Tulla) 11. Leaving Nancy 12. Leezie Lindsay 13. This One's For You 14. Waltz Of The Years 15. I'll Be There 1. First Leaves Of Autumn 2. More Than I Can Say 3. Jig Of Slurs 4. Absent Friends 5. Lonesome Boatman 6. My Father's House 7. Gallipoli 8. Tennessee Waltz 9. I Will Love You 10. Geraldine's Thinking Of Galway 11. Reels (Father Kellys/Clumsy Lover) 12. Will You Dance With Me 13. Mason's Apron 14. When You Were Sweet Sixteen 15. Red Rose Cafe 16. Green Fields Of France 17. Goodnight Irene

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30 Years On