Irish Rovers - Tall Ships & Salty Dogs FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Tall Ships & Salty Dogs
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The Irish Rovers chronology. Tall Ships and Salty Dogs (1979). Wasn't That a Party (1980). The Rovers is a 1980 album by the music group The Irish Rovers. It was their first album after they rebranded themselves as The Rovers, dropping "Irish" from the group name, and includes their crossover country hit "Wasn't That a Party".
The Irish Rovers is a group of Irish musicians. Formed in 1963 and named after the traditional song "The Irish Rover" they are best known for their international television series, contributing to the popularisation of Irish Music in North America, and for the songs "The Unicorn", "Drunken Sailor", "Wasn't That a Party", "The Orange and the Green", "Whiskey on a Sunday", "Lily the Pink" and "The Black Velvet Band". The Irish Rovers in 1968. Starting in the late 60s, the Irish Rovers performed on various North American television programs including several appearances on the TV western The Virginian, as well as The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, The Mike Douglas Show, The Dating Game, The Pig And Whistle, and The Beachcombers. Tall Ships and Salty Dogs.
This song is by The Irish Rovers and appears on the album Tall Ships And Salty Dogs (1979). In the town of Lunenburg down Nova Scotia way In nineteen twenty-one on a windy day A sailing ship was born, "Bluenose" was her name You'll never see her kind again. Bluenose, the ocean knows her name Sailors know how proud a ship was she Bluenose, leading in the wind Racing ev'ry way on the sea.
Tall Ships & Salty Dogs. Foolish Old Man. Foolish Old Man The Irish Rovers. Unknown Submit Tempo. Video Foolish Old Man. Tall Ships & Salty Dogs. 13. 3'19. Top Songs The Irish Rovers. 1979 - Attic LAT 1086 LP. 2009 - Attic (Unidisc) ATM-1086 CD. Side One. Day the Tall Ships Came (R. Shaw). Bluenose (D. Martins). Cape Anne (Gordon Bok). Missionary's Child (Will Millar). Let the Lower Lights Be Burning. McDonald's Rangers & Battle of Garvagh. Additional Musicians.
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|A1||The Day The Tall Ships Came||2:26|
|A2||New York Girls||2:15|
|A6||The Old Balena||2:09|
|A8||Blow The Man Down||2:25|
|B1||The I'm Alone At Lunenburg, N.S.||2:13|
|B2||The Sloop John B.||2:11|
|B3||The Wanderer And The Whale||1:43|
|B4||Foolish Old Man||3:10|
|B5||If We Weren't Devils||2:24|
|B8||Let The Lower Lights Be Burning||2:31|
|B9||McDonald's Raiders & Battle Of Garvagh||3:16|
- Manufactured By – Attic Records Limited
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Potato Records
- Producer – Charles "Bud" Dant (tracks: Charles Bud Dant)
|8AT 1086||Irish Rovers*||Tall Ships & Salty Dogs (8-Trk, Album, Dol)||Attic||8AT 1086||Canada||1979|
|ATM-1086||Irish Rovers*||Tall Ships & Salty Dogs (CD, Album, RE)||Attic, Unidisc||ATM-1086||Canada||2009|