At Home with The Dubliners

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At Home with the Dubliners
Studio album by The Dubliners
Released 1969
Genre Irish folk
Label EMI-Columbia
Producer Bill Martin & Phil Coulter
The Dubliners chronology
Live at the Albert Hall
(1969)
At Home with the Dubliners
(1969)
It's The Dubliners
(1969)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

At Home with the Dubliners was the first album that The Dubliners made with producer Bill Martin & Phil Coulter. Their contract with Major Minor had ended at this point and they signed with EMI-Columbia. Some rare pressings feature the tracks "Bold Princess Royal" and "The Beggarman". The former can only be heard on YouTube, while the latter is available on the box set Best of the Original Dubliners.

The album cover is of The Dubliners sitting in front of the fireplace of the back room (known as the Tap Room) of The Wren's Nest Public House, Strawberry Beds, Chapelizod, Dublin 20, Ireland.

Track listing[edit]

Side One:

  1. "God Save Ireland"
  2. "Sam Hall"
  3. "Scholar/Teetaller"
  4. "Dainty Davy"
  5. "High Germany"
  6. "Humpty Dumpty"

Side Two:

  1. "Molly Maguires"
  2. "Cuanla"
  3. "Lowlands of Holland"
  4. "Ragtime Annie"
  5. "Greenland Whale Fishery"
  6. "Saxon Shilling"

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