At It Again

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At It Again
Studio album by The Dubliners
Released 1968
Genre Irish folk
Label Major Minor
Producer Tommy Scott
The Dubliners chronology
Drinkin' and Courtin'
(1968)
At It Again
(1968)
Live at the Albert Hall
(1969)

At It Again is an album by The Dubliners and was released on the Major Minor label in 1968. It featured "The Irish Navy", a satirical song with lyrics co-written by Ronnie Drew and Luke Kelly and set to music by John Sheahan. Barney McKenna and Ciarán Bourke also feature on the album. It was re-released under the title Seven Deadly Sins. The order of the tracks varies in different re-releases.

Track listing[edit]

Side One[edit]

  1. "Seven Deadly Sins" (McLean)
  2. "Net Hauling Song" (Ewan MacColl)
  3. "Nancy Whiskey" (Collected MacColl)
  4. "Many Young Men of Twenty" (Keane)
  5. "Instrumental medley: Paddy's Gone to France, Skylark" (Trad)
  6. "Molly Bawn" (Trad)
  7. "The Dundee Weaver" (Collected by Jeffrey)

Side Two[edit]

  1. "The Irish Navy" (Drew-Kelly)
  2. "Tibby Dunbar" (Robert Burns and Jim McLean)
  3. "The Inniskillen Dragoons" (Trad)
  4. "Instrumental medley: The Piper's Chair, Bill Hart's Jig, The Night of St. Patrick" (Trad)
  5. "I Wish I Were Back in Liverpool" (Kelly-Rosselson)
  6. "'Darby O'Leary"
  7. "Go to Sea No More" (Collected by Halliday)