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The Irish Rovers - New York Girls
 
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The Irish Rovers great cover of the traditional New York Girls with an infused sense of polka on their album 40 Years A-Rovin'. Grab the incredible album from Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/40-Years-A-Rovin/dp/B004YCNY4E
Views: 95397 ThePubOnTheCorner
New York Girls Finbar Furey Lyrics
 
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As I walked down through Chatham Street a fair maid I did meet, She asked me to see her home-- she lived in Bleecker Street. Chorus: To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? And when we got to Bleecker Street, We stopped at forty-four, Her mother and her sister there, to meet her at the door. Chorus: To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? And when I got inside the house, The drinks were passed around, The liquor was so awful strong, My head went round and round. Chorus: To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? And then we had another drink, before we sat to eat, The liquor was so awful strong, I quickly fell asleep. Chorus: To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? When I awoke next morning I had an aching head, There was I, Jack all alone, Stark naked in me bed. Chorus: To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? Chorus: My gold watch and my pocketbook And lady friend were gone; And there was I, Jack all alone, Stark naked in the room. Chorus: To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? On looking round this little room, There's nothing I could see, But a woman's shift and apron That were no use to me. Chorus: To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? With a flour barrel for a suit of clothes, Down Cherry Street forlorn, There Martin Churchill took me in, And sent me 'round Cape Horn. Chorus: To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? To me a-weigh, you Santy, My honey , My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka?
Views: 371397 Abdelkarim Bani Mouloud
The Muckers "New York Girls"
 
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Traditional Irish Sea Shanty
Views: 14579 Brian Walsh
Finbar Furey - New York Girls
 
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-uploaded in HD at http://www.TunesToTube.com
Views: 65171 Ronan Kelly
Finbar Furey - New York Girls (lyrics)
 
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Finbar Furey - New York Girls (lyrics) As I walked down through Chatham Street a fair maid I did meet, She asked me to see her home-- she lived in Bleecker Street. Chorus: To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? And when we got to Bleecker Street, We stopped at forty-four, Her mother and her sister there, to meet her at the door. Chorus: To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? And when I got inside the house, The drinks were passed around, The liquor was so awful strong, My head went round and round. Chorus: To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? And then we had another drink, before we sat to eat, The liquor was so awful strong, I quickly fell asleep. Chorus: To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? When I awoke next morning I had an aching head, There was I, Jack all alone, Stark naked in me bed. Chorus: To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? Chorus: My gold watch and my pocketbook And lady friend were gone; And there was I, Jack all alone, Stark naked in the room. Chorus: To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? On looking round this little room, There's nothing I could see, But a woman's shift and apron That were no use to me. Chorus: To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? With a flour barrel for a suit of clothes, Down Cherry Street forlorn, There Martin Churchill took me in, And sent me 'round Cape Horn. Chorus: To me a-weigh, you Santy, My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? To me a-weigh, you Santy, My honey , My dear Annie Oh, you New York girls, Can't you dance the polka? www.CITADELLE-EUROPA.com
Views: 36022 Bibliothèque Musicale
New York Girls
 
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The original Kingston Trio of Bob Shane, Nick Reynolds, and Dave Guard perform their rousing version of a 19th century Irish-American music hall number about a hapless sailor who is ensnared in the wiles of a lady of the streets. The KT performs a somewhat sanitized reading of the original song, as arranged by the great folk singer and actor Burl Ives, who edited out some of the more explicit details of the encounter. This cut is from the Trio's second album "...from the Hungry i," which was released just prior to the breakout success of the single "Tom Dooley" from the group's first album. The song was included recently in the soundtrack of Martin Scorsese's film "Gangs of New York" as performed by Finbar Furey and has also been covered in versions available on YouTube by Oysterband, Steeleye Span, The Dusty Buskers, and The Chilly Winds. For an extended discussion of the song, including eight more versions of it, take a look at the blog associated with this YT channel here: http://compvid101.blogspot.com/2009/06/from-american-music-hall-new-york-girls.html
Views: 33186 CompVid101
Bellowhead - New York Girls [Official]
 
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Bellowhead Live: The Farewell Tour is out now and available from ▶ Propermusic: http://smarturl.it/s80jbb ▶ Amazon: http://smarturl.it/dshznh ▶ iTunes: http://smarturl.it/lns91d ▶ Spotify: http://smarturl.it/n9lcj5 and all good record stores. Deluxe triple disc (2CD + DVD) of previously unreleased live audio and film from the first of 2 farewell tours by 11 piece British folk band, Bellowhead, recorded in November 2015. 52 tracks in total! Website: http://bellowhead.co.uk/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bellowhead Twitter: http://twitter.com/bellowhead
Views: 413547 propertv
"New York Girls" in Gangs of New York (2002)
 
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In this scene from the 2002 film GANGS OF NEW YORK, Finbar Furey performs the song (also a sea chantey) "New York Girls" ("Can't Ye Dance the Polka?"). The song probably came about during the polka fad of the 1840s. The film, incidentally, is set in the early 1860s. The version sung appears to be drawn mainly from sea chantey collector William Doerflinger's book (1951). Other versions of "New York Gals" chantey can be seen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRM_fOOg9WQ and here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oEv-rXp6rnk
Views: 358025 hultonclint
Steeleye Span - New York Girls
 
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with lyrics. Ukulele and additional 'spoken' vocals by Peter Sellers. The song is also unusual in the sense that all the male band members (except Nigel Pegrum) take lead vocals on two verses each (Rick Kemp singing verses 1 and 5, Tim Hart 2 and 6, Peter Knight 3 and 7 and Bob Johnson 4 and 8), with Maddy Prior singing the chorus.
Views: 88841 johnatkin69
The Irish Rovers,  Maid Of Fife-O.wmv
 
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The Irish Rovers are a Canadian Irish folk group created in 1963 and named after the traditional song "The Irish Rover" The group is best known for their recording of Shel Silverstein's "The Unicorn" in 1967. All of the band members are from Ireland. The primary voices heard in the group's early songs were Will Millar (tenor) Jimmy Ferguson (baritone). Other band members are: George Millar is from Ballymena, Wilcil McDowell is from Larne, John Reynolds from Belfast, Sean O'Driscoll from Cork, Ian Millar from Ballymena Percussionist Fred Graham is from Belfast.
Views: 16533 oldirishladdie
|| New York Girls (lyrics) | Assassin's Creed Rogue Shanties ||
 
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Track number 08. "Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use." TV/Game series: Assassin's Creed (Rogue) Song: New york girls Artist: ??? Software video was edited with: Windows Movie Maker for windows 8, version 2012
Views: 21933 Nyx Raven
New York Girls
 
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The crowd rocks for this one at the Iowa Irish Fest 2017!
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~I'm Alone at Lunenburg Lyrics by the Irish Rovers~
 
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Another Lyric Video. Special thanks to my boyfriend, his dad and his grandpa for getting me the lyrics. Enjoy! I apologize if there are any errors, I didn't have time to review it.
Views: 21158 DarkWolf9875
Bellowhead   New York Girls
 
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Views: 63212 RoadtoBedlam
Bellowhead - New York Girls
 
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My favourite Bellowhead song of all time, set to images of the band, new york then and now and a few girls. ** I do not own any of the material in this video **
Views: 13035 coryn
Black Irish Band- New York Girls
 
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Black Irish Bands, James Dean Nelson, sings this classic tale from the 1800s about a sailor who meerts up with the wrong women. From the Black Irish Band 12th CD album, "Into the Arms of the Sea". The CD can be purchase on CD- Baby at https://www.cdbaby.com/cd/blackirishband
Views: 2805 Patrick Karnahan
The Pogues With The Dubliners
 
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the pogues perform the irish rover with the dubliners RIP RONNIE DREW
Views: 14284438 bigsteve1888
The Irish Rovers - The Belle of Belfast City
 
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The Irish Rovers song, The Belle of Belfast City, from their album Celtic Connection: The Next 30 Years. "Tell Me Ma"
Views: 565413 ThePubOnTheCorner
Irish Rovers, The Girls of Derry
 
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Released in 2010. The Girls of Derry written by George Millar (Red Maddie Music / SOCAN) from the album, Gracehill Fair. Purchase the DVD "Home In Ireland" at http://theirishroversmusic.com/ecom/?category=3&product=13 cd at http://theirishroversmusic.com/ecom/?category=2&product=7# The second day of filming, The Irish Rovers' "Home in Ireland". Pub session at Wild Duck Inn, Portglenone, N. Ireland. George Millar says, "It's basically The Irish Rovers 'Coming Home' because this is our home, for all of us. We want to show the world what the northwest Irish coast is like. I've traveled the world now for over 40 years and there's nothing like it." Guests include Gerry O'Connor Band, Cathal McConnell (founding member of Boys of the Lough) with Martin Quinn and Donal O'Connor. See other "Behind the Scenes" videos of The Irish Rovers in Northern Ireland, including "Rambling Boys of Pleasure" also shot at Wild Duck. Irish Rovers song "The Girls of Derry" written by George Millar. Prod: JJ Fahrni
Views: 36993 The Irish Rovers
The Wild Rover(No Nay Never) The Dubliners Lyrics
 
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New York Gals
 
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On St. Patricks Day 2010, we created a routine to the Irish Rovers - "New York Gals". It was part of our creative Arts Day March Break Camp. The girls give the Irish lads a hard time, laugh at their jewellery offerings and tease them about other boys they love. It's a fun song, with a lively polka beat and the kids had a blast.
Views: 276 Pat O'Connor
The Irish Rovers - Ireland Boys Hurrah - With Lyrics.wmv
 
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Artist - The Irish Rovers Album - Home In Ireland Song - Ireland Boys Hurrah Track - 2 Heres another song by The Irish Rovers. Hope you enjoy. *I do not own the lyrics nor the song it self*
Views: 280703 DropKickUnicorn
The Whistlin' Donkeys Irish Rover
 
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The Whistlin Donkeys - Irish Rover New York City 2016 The classic Pogues number performed by The Whistlin' Donkeys.
Views: 85464 OverBoard Media
The Irish Rovers,  McDonald's Raiders.wmv
 
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The Irish Rovers are a Canadian Irish folk group created in 1963 and named after the traditional song "The Irish Rover" The group is best known for their recording of Shel Silverstein's "The Unicorn" in 1967. All of the band members are from Ireland. The primary voices heard in the group's early songs were Will Millar (tenor) Jimmy Ferguson (baritone). Other band members are: George Millar is from Ballymena, Wilcil McDowell is from Larne, John Reynolds from Belfast, Sean O'Driscoll from Cork, Ian Millar from Ballymena Percussionist Fred Graham is from Belfast.
Views: 29693 oldirishladdie
Irish Rover
 
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Since it was St. Paddy's day just a couple days ago, we figured we'd do an Irish song this Sunday. We're in a hotel on our way to a gig in Chicago (see you Chicagoans at Uncommon Ground tonight, 3/19!) so we're a little crammed in there, but we made it work! Thanks to our Cidizens on Patreon who made this video possible! If you're enjoying our Sunday Morning videos, consider becoming a Cidizen on our Patreon page in exchange for extra goodies and our eternal gratitude: https://www.patreon.com/reinadelcid Take guitar lessons from Toni Lindgren! http://patreon.com/tonilindgren Get our album on iTunes: http://bit.ly/TheCooling Players: Guitar: Toni Lindgren Dobro: Shane Akers Bass: Ryan Hays Drums: Zach Schmidt MAILING LIST: http://eepurl.com/n0O_j WEBSITE: http://www.reinadelcid.com FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/reinadelcid TWITTER: http://twitter.com/reinadelcid INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/reinadelcid Irish Rover lyrics In the year of our Lord, eighteen hundred and six We set sail from the sweet cove of Cork We were sailin' away with a cargo of bricks For the grand city hall of New York Twas an elegant craft, she was rigged fore-and-aft And oh, how the wild winds drove her She had twenty-seven masts and withstood several blasts And we called her the Irish Rover There was Barney McGee from the banks of the Lee There was Hogan from County Tyrone There was Charlie McGurk who was scared stiff of work And a chap from Westmeath called Malone There was Slugger O'Toole who was drunk as a rule And fighting Bill Tracy from Dover And your man, Mick McCann from the banks of the Bann Was skipper of the Irish Rover We had one million bags of the best Sligo rags We had two million barrels of bones We had three million sides of old blind horses hides We had four million barrels of stones We had five million hogs, we had six million dogs And seven million barrels of porter We had eight million bales of old nanny goats' tails In the hold of the Irish Rover We had sailed seven years when the measles broke out And the ship lost her way in a fog And that whale of the crew was reduced down to two Just me-self and the captain's old dog Then the ship struck a rock, lord what a shock The boat it turned right over She turned nine times around, and the poor old dog was drowned I'm the last of the Irish Rover
Views: 191571 Reina del Cid
New York Girls
 
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This song, also known as "Away, You Santee," "Wayess Annie," and "Can't You Dance The Polka?" is a traditional American Irish music hall number included recently in the sound track of Martin Scorsese's "Gangs of New York." The Chilly Winds perform Burl Ives' classic arrangement that the Kingston Trio included in their first live performance album nearly fifty years ago. Dave Batti provides his usual driving tempo on the bass. The Chilly Winds debut CD Live In Colorado,including enhanced digital audio of many of the videos on this channel, is available by mail order from [email protected] for $15.00 including S&H. You can visit the Chilly Winds online at their homepage: http://thechillywinds.blogspot.com and on MySpace: http://myspace.com/sensei48 And get a FREE download of the audio for this song at: http://www.myspace.com/thechillywinds
Views: 29604 Jim Moran
The Irish Rovers,  Will You Come And Marry Me.wmv
 
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The Irish Rovers are a Canadian Irish folk group created in 1963 and named after the traditional song "The Irish Rover" The group is best known for their recording of Shel Silverstein's "The Unicorn" in 1967. All of the band members are from Ireland. The primary voices heard in the group's early songs were Will Millar (tenor) Jimmy Ferguson (baritone). Other band members are: George Millar is from Ballymena, Wilcil McDowell is from Larne, John Reynolds from Belfast, Sean O'Driscoll from Cork, Ian Millar from Ballymena Percussionist Fred Graham is from Belfast.
Views: 58660 oldirishladdie
The Irish Rovers: It's Christmas Time Again
 
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From the album "Merry Merry Time Of Year".
Views: 6377 SonOfLabrador
The Pogues - Dirty Old Town
 
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The Pogues 3030 The Essential Collection is available Now! http://amzn.to/ZrGluV Containing the Irish legend's biggest hits spanning 1984 to 1996. Included among the 30 tracks is the nation's favorite Christmas song and 1million seller 'Fairytale of New York,' the top10 single 'Irish Rover,' as well as the classic 'Whiskey in the Jar' and fan favorite 'Fiesta.' Website: http://www.pogues.com/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Poguetry Twitter: https://twitter.com/poguesofficial
Views: 3735058 ThePoguesOfficial
The Irish Rovers, Up Among The Heather
 
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From the Irish Rovers album, Still Rovin' (Rover Records). Download from iTunes: http://zxc9.com/c4F101 Buy Physical CD at: http://zxc9.com/Q4M101 From the liner notes: Yes Virginia, we are indeed still rovin' after all these years, forty and more and still counting. If we keep this up sure we'll soon be as old as the songs we're singing. The roving has led us down many a road over the years, some rocky, some smooth but always interesting. Not counting the numerous compilation records, this will be our 30th album or cd for you youngsters out there. We've recorded 15 tracks ranging from roving to unrequited love, to forced immigration and what else?- but back to the roving again. We hope they'll induce a smile or chuckle or maybe even a tear or two -- from the songs that is, and not the singing! If you're reading this it means that you haven't downloaded it, the curse of all musicians the world over, and we sincerely thank you for that. So in this busy world of computers and "high tech" confusion, we invite you to take a journey back with us to simpler times in Ireland, when "men were men and sheep were scared!" so please enjoy our latest "labour of love", and incidentally a glass of Bushmills or your favorite jar would not be out of order. Slàinte, George Millar -- August, 2007 Album Track Listing: The Rambling Boys Of Pleasure (George Millar) Up Among The Heather (Trad) The Dear Little Shamrock Shore (George Millar) Instrumental Jigs - Father Kelly's Jig/Langstrom's Pony/The Lark in the Morning Brady Of Strabane (Trad) Let The Toast Go Round (George Millar) I Will Go A-Rovin' (Words - George Millar) Mary Of Dungloe (Trad) The Farmer's Young Wife (Words - George Millar) The Gypsy (David McWilliams) Rory Murphy (Trad) Sweet Lovely Joan (George Millar) Instrumental Reels - The Plough and the Stars/Sheehan's Reel/The Boys of Malin (Trad) Forty Years A-Rovin' (George Millar) Boolevogue (Trad) Irish Rovers Website: http://irishroversmusic.com
Views: 211147 The Irish Rovers
The Irish Rover-pogues and dubliners
 
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The Irish rover sang by the Pogues and the Dubliners. Very good song and great Music. Enjoy
Views: 1189711 darrin42
OYSTERBAND New York Girls
 
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Vintage video of New York Girls shot in new York 1989 featuring The New York Ukranian Community Polka Club, Ira Bernstein step dancing, the crew of an ocean racer (later arrested), a stray dog and more...
Views: 100926 Oysterband Official
New York Girls (Can't You Dance the Polks) - Dust Rhinos
 
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New York Girls Recorded Live at Peace Park in Winnipeg MB. This song appears on our CD Sociable Live and also on our album Prehistoric - Songs of Helter Celtic and On a Rampage available here: http://dustrhinos.com/v2/?page_id=152 Thanks to Andy, Nicole and Ethan for your camera work and to Boya Mics for the shotgun mics we used to capture the live sound. Also a thanks to the people who wandered by and stopped for a song.
Views: 494 dustrhinos
New York Girls
 
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DENIS MURRAY with Napper Tandy live in Killarney 1997
Views: 3457 Denis Murray
The Irish Rovers - Barley Mow (with lyrics)
 
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The Irish Rovers singing Barley Mow
Views: 54729 eewoo
The Irish Rovers,  The Overlanders.wmv
 
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The Irish Rovers are a Canadian Irish folk group created in 1963 and named after the traditional song "The Irish Rover" The group is best known for their recording of Shel Silverstein's "The Unicorn" in 1967. All of the band members are from Ireland. The primary voices heard in the group's early songs were Will Millar (tenor) Jimmy Ferguson (baritone). Other band members are: George Millar is from Ballymena, Wilcil McDowell is from Larne, John Reynolds from Belfast, Sean O'Driscoll from Cork, Ian Millar from Ballymena Percussionist Fred Graham is from Belfast. Requested By "dublin_wiseman"
Views: 21656 oldirishladdie
New York Girls by Gaelic Storm
 
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A great track off of their album Tree
Views: 63753 Matt Norcott
The Irish Rovers,  The Roving Trade.wmv
 
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The Irish Rovers are a Canadian Irish folk group created in 1963 and named after the traditional song "The Irish Rover" The group is best known for their recording of Shel Silverstein's "The Unicorn" in 1967. All of the band members are from Ireland. The primary voices heard in the group's early songs were Will Millar (tenor) Jimmy Ferguson (baritone). Other band members are: George Millar is from Ballymena, Wilcil McDowell is from Larne, John Reynolds from Belfast, Sean O'Driscoll from Cork, Ian Millar from Ballymena Percussionist Fred Graham is from Belfast. Requested By "ireland_dan"
Views: 15308 oldirishladdie
The Irish Rovers, Raise A Glass To St. Patrick
 
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The Irish Rovers, Raise A Glass To St. Patrick. On 50 Years CD. Download on iTUNES https://goo.gl/qLbM5T Stream on SPOTIFY https://goo.gl/2is58F Song written by CJ Magee and C Pettigrew. Lyrics Below Chorus: Raise a glass to St. Patrick Raise a glass with me We'll celebrate the patron saint Who sailed the Irish sea Verse 1: On the hills of Slemish a slave became a man His spirit was unbroken by chieftain or by clan The isle of green was in his soul he feared no druid's curse And long will we remember him in scripture and in verse Chorus: Verse 2: He climbed up to the mountain and made this land his home We celebrate his memory now wherever we may roam He left his footprints on the rock of Skerry's windy shore He walked among us long ago we'll walk for him once more Chorus: Verse 3: For him we wear the shamrock in peace and harmony In Belfast, Sydney or New York wherever we may be He's known by all around the world both near and far away For everyone turns irish now on st. Patrick's Day Chorus (x2): The Irish Rovers "50 Years" album. http://goo.gl/oH4C4G Raise A Glass To St Patrick written by Belfast songwriters, CJ Magee and C Pettigrew. Photography and artwork by Hamish Burgess. Video by JJ Fahrni iTunes: http://goo.gl/zIgrlS Hard copy: http://goo.gl/oH4C4G
Views: 51344 The Irish Rovers
When New York Was Irish
 
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New York in the 50's & 60's Song: When New York Was Irish Band: Celtic Thunder Composer: Terry Winch http://www.amazon.com/Light-Other-Days-Celtic-Thunder/dp/B000005CNJ/ref=m_art_li_0/103-9388031-1741419
Views: 143297 Dan Venedam