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Mike Douglas - You Don't Have To Be Irish FLAC album

Performer: Mike Douglas
Genre: Jazz / Pop music / Folk and World music
Title: You Don't Have To Be Irish
Country: US
Released: 1965
Style: Vocal
FLAC version ZIP size: 1799 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1464 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1745 mb
Rating: 4.3
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Danny Boy. Frederick Edward Weatherly. 2. Medley: Killarney; Where the River Shannon Flows. 3. When Irish Eyes Are Smiling. Ernest R. Ball, Gary Graff, Chauncey Olcott. 4. The Wearin' of the Green. 5. If I Were a Blackbird. 7. Little Town in Old County Down.

Second album for Epic. BN 26179 Mike Douglas. EK 66987 Mike Douglas. LN 24179 Mike Douglas. You Don't Have To Be Irish (LP, Album). You Don't Have To Be Irish (CD, Album). You Don't Have To Be Irish (LP, Album, Mono). Label Category Country Year.

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You Don't Have to be Jewish is a 1965 comedy album written by Bob Booker and George Foster, the team behind the 1962 comedy album The First Family. The album features Lou Jacobi, Betty Walker, Jack Gilford, Joe Silver, Jackie Kannon, Bob McFadden, Frank Gallop, and Arlene Golonka, in a variety of roles, mostly Jewish, performing a mixture of jokes and comedy sketches.

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Kaiser dubbed him Mike Douglas. And Douglas went on to give voice to Prince Charming in Walt Disney's 1950 Cinderella. In 1961 the big band singer got his own talk show in Cleveland though it later moved to Philadelphia. He attracted viewers through his embrace of a Midwestern Mr. Nice Guy affability. He was forced from his show in 1980 and finally retired in 1983. Douglas and his rivals, Dina Shore and Merv Griffin were starting to be upstaged by a brasher form of talk that evolved into trash TV. Mike Douglas died today on his 81st birthday. David Folkenflik, NPR News.

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A1 Danny Boy
Written-By – F. Weatherly*
A2 Medley: Killarney/Where The River Shannon Flows 3:46
A3 When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
Written-By – C. Olcott*, E. Ball*, G. Graff*
A4 The Wearing Of The Green 2:10
A5 If I Were A Blackbird
Written-By – D. Murphy*
A6 Dear Old Donegal 1:58
B1 Little Town In Old County Down
Written-By – A. Sanders*, M. Carlo*, R. Pasco*
B2 Molly Malone 3:26
B3 Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms
Arranged By – Jerry Fielding
B4 Galway Bay
Written-By – Dr. A. Colahan*
B5 Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (That's An Irish Lullaby)
Written-By – J. Shannon*


  • Conductor – Jerry Fielding
  • Photography – Henry Parker
  • Producer – Manny Kellem


Radio Station Copy

Subtitled: "Mike Douglas Sings Everybody's Favorite Irish Songs"

Second album for Epic.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BN 26179 Mike Douglas You Don't Have To Be Irish ‎(LP, Album) Epic BN 26179 US 1965
LN 24179 Mike Douglas You Don't Have To Be Irish ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Epic LN 24179 US Unknown
EK 66987 Mike Douglas You Don't Have To Be Irish ‎(CD, Album) Epic EK 66987 US 1995