WELCOME TO ALL CELTIC MUSIC

FIND CELTIC MUSIC




Please select your country:

The Essential....

Fureys (The)

Irish
Banshee Records

Catalogue Number: BANCD6100
Barcode: 5390872013020
Running Time: 62 mins.

CD£9.62 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched tomorrow.

You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks on this album using the player below.


This compilation was also called 'The Ultimate Irish Love Song Experience' on the 'Celtic Connections' range that now seems to have a new label, and 'The Very Best of...' has been changed to 'The Essential' but the tracks are the same.
Confused?

1) When You Were Sweet Sixteen
2) Leezy Lindsay
3) The Grand Affair
4) Steal Away
5) I Will Love You
6) My Love Is Like A Red Red Rose
7) The Lonesome Boatman
8) I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen
9) The Red Rose Cafe
10) Maggie
11) Yesterday's People
12) The Old Man
13) Old Joe
14) Siege of A Nation
15) The Anniversary Waltz
16) The Green Fields of France
This compilation was also called 'The Ultimate Irish Love Song Experience' on the 'Celtic Connections' range that now seems to have a new label, and 'The Very Best of...' has been changed to 'The Essential' but the tracks are the same.
Confused?

Lineup

No listing - so we guess at: Davey Arthur - Guitar & Vocal Finbar Furey - Vocals, Pipes, Banjo & Flute Eddie Furey - Guitar, Mandolin, Bodhran & Vocals Paul Furey - Accordion, Spoons, Whistles, Bodhran & B/vocals George Furey - Guitar, Mandolin & Vocals

ACCOUNT



SHOPPING CART

You have no items in your order.

MAILING LIST

Enter your email address below to get updates on new releases




TOP SELLERS


YOUTUBE

We have a YouTube channel where you can watch some of the celtic music related videos we've found.
www.youtube.com/allcelticmusic

Threads of Sound

The downloads on this site are provided by Threads of Sound. They also distribute music to iTunes, eMusic, Spotify and many others. If you want to sell your music on all celtic then you register it via Threads of Sound.
www.threadsofsound.net



MASTHEAD

Our current header image was taken by Nick Bramhall and you can find the original here.