More of the Hard Stuff

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More of the Hard Stuff
More of the Hard Stuff.jpg
Studio album by
GenreIrish folk
LabelMajor Minor Records
ProducerTommy Scott
The Dubliners chronology
A Drop of the Hard Stuff
More of the Hard Stuff
Drinkin' and Courtin'
Alternative cover
Re-release cover
Re-release cover

More of the Hard Stuff is a studio album by The Dubliners, originally released in 1967. The line-up consists of Ronnie Drew, Luke Kelly, Barney McKenna, Ciarán Bourke and John Sheahan. True to its title, five of the songs concern hard drinking. One of the songs was written by Brendan Behan, another by his brother Dominic. The album reached number 8 in the UK album charts in 1967, and stayed in the charts for 23 weeks.

Track listing[edit]

Side One[edit]

  1. "Muirsheen Durkin" (Traditional)
  2. "Poor Old Dicey Reilly" (Traditional, adaptation by Dominic Behan)
  3. "A Nation Once Again" (Davis)
  4. "Whiskey in the Jar" (Traditional)
  5. "The Old Triangle" (Brendan Behan)
  6. "A Pub with No Beer" (Parsons)
  7. "Kelly, the Boy from Killan" (Traditional)

Side Two[edit]

  1. "The Croppy Boy" (Traditional)
  2. "Sullivan's John" (*) (Pecker Dunne)
  3. "Come and Join the British Army" (Traditional, adaptation Dominic Behan)
  4. "(The Bonny) Shoals of Herring" (Ewan MacColl)
  5. "Mormond Braes" (Traditional)
  6. "Drink It Up Men" (Meek)
  7. "Maloney Wants a Drink" (Dominic Behan)

Chart Performance[edit]

Chart (1967) Peak
Irish Albums (IRMA)[1] 1
UK Albums (OCC)[2] 8

(*) With spoken introduction.