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30 Years On

Fureys & Davey Arthur

Irish
Global Records

Released: 31st March 2008
Catalogue Number: GBDVD001
Barcode: 5099386296904
Running Time: 128mins



The DVD of the CD of the live concert at Vicar Street, Dublin.
30 tracks, something for everyone.
Great sound, great little intros - a fun time was had by all.
Enjoy this!
Plays in ALL Pal regions.

1) Clare To Here.
2) Reels: Sally Gardens - The Old Blackthorn - The Highlanders.
3) The Old Man
4) Her Father Didn't Like Me Anyway.
5) Rattle For the Gypsy - Within A Mile of Dublin.
6) Steal Away.
7) Mad Lady & Me.
8) The Grande Affair.
9) Reels: Tar Bolton - The Boys of Malin - The Humours of Tulla.
10) Leaving Nancy.
11) Leezie Lindsay.
12) This One's For You.
13) Waltz of the Years.
14) I'll Be There.
15) First Leaves of Autumn.
16 More Than I Can Say.
17) Absent Friends.
18) Lonesome Boatman.
19) My Father's House.
20) Gallipoli.
21) Tennessee Waltz.
22) I Will Love You.
23) Geraldine's Thinking of Galway.
24) Reels: Father Kelly's - The Clumsy Lover.
25) Will You Dance With Me.
26) Mason's Apron.
27) When You Were Sweet Sixteen.
28) Red Rose Cafe.
29) The Green Field of France.
30) Goodnight Irene.

The DVD of the CD of the live concert at Vicar Street, Dublin.
30 tracks, something for everyone.
Great sound, great little intros - a fun time was had by all.
Enjoy this!
Plays in ALL Pal regions.

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