15 Years On

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15 Years On
15 Years On.jpg
Studio album by The Dubliners
Released 1977
Genre Irish folk
Label Chyme Records
Producer Earl Gill
The Dubliners chronology
Live at Montreux
(1977)Live at Montreux1977
15 Years On
(1977)
Together Again
(1979)Together Again1979

15 Years On is the 11th studio album by the Irish folk band The Dubliners. This album was created to celebrate the band's 15th anniversary from the day they started music together. The album was released on the CHYME label in 1977. The album features 24 tracks on two records (nine of which were previously unreleased). In spite of having only nine previously unreleased tracks, it is still regarded as an original album.

Special Track Features[edit]

The group's line-up consisted of Barney McKenna, Luke Kelly, John Sheahan and Jim McCann. (Ronnie Drew and Ciarán Bourke feature on a number of the previously available tracks).

Track listing[edit]

Disc One[edit]

Side one:

  1. "The Wild Rover"
  2. "Ploughboy Lads"
  3. "The Three Sea Captains"
  4. "Bunclody"
  5. "Seven Drunken Nights"
  6. "The Belfast Hornpipe/Tim Maloney"

Side two:

  1. "Black Velvet Band"
  2. "Carrickfergus"
  3. "Reels: Last Night's Fun & The Congress Reel"
  4. "The Banks of the Sweet Primroses"
  5. "Weile Waile"
  6. "Four Green Fields"

Disc Two[edit]

Side one:

  1. "The Town I Loved So Well"
  2. "Salamanca"
  3. "Spancil Hill"
  4. "McAlpine's Fusiliers"
  5. "Boulavogue"
  6. "The Auld Triangle"

Side two:

  1. "Spanish Lady"
  2. "O'Carolan's Devotion"
  3. "Thirty Foot Trailer"
  4. "Down by the Glenside"
  5. "Fiddlers Green"
  6. "Molly Malone"

Tour[edit]

The 15 Years On Tour was a tour of Europe and Australia throughout 1977 in support of the album.

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