Dublin City Ramblers   •   Discography

The Dublin City Ramblers are Irish Ballad Group originally formed in the late 60s as The Quare Fellas. The band's most successful period was between 1980-1987, when DCR scored most of their hits, beginning "The Rare Ould Times" through "Flight Of Earls". The group has gone through many line ups over the years with Patsy Watchorn (who left the band in 1995) and Sean McGuiness as mainstay members.

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Discography
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A Nation Once Again
(1972, IRL)

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Guinness Record of Irish Ballads — Volume One
(1972, IRL)

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Boys of The Old Brigade
(1973, IRL)

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A Nation Once Again
(1974, IRL)
reissue

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End to It Someday
(1974, IRL)

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Guinness Record of Irish Ballads — Volume Two
(1974, IRL)

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A Nation Once Again
(1975, IRL)
reissue

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Guinness Record of Irish Ballads — Volume Three
(1977, IRL)

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Irish Republican Jail Songs
(1978, IRL)

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Dublin City Ramblers
(1979, IRL)
reissue

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A Feast Of Irish Folk
(1977, IRL)
[various artists]

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Guinness Record of Irish Ballads — Volume Four
(1979, IRL)

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Rare Ould Times
(1980, IRL)

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The Ferryman
(1983, IRL)

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Radio 2 Marathon Song & The Titanic
(1983, IRL)

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RTÉ's Festival Folk – Volume Two
(1983, IRL)
[various artists]

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RTÉ's Festival Folk – Volume Three
(1984, IRL)
[various artists]

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The Best of The Dublin City Ramblers
(1985, IRL)
[compilation]

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In Concert
(1985, IRL)

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Flight of Earls
(1987, IRL)

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Luke Kelly's Land
(1988, IRL)

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Millennium EP — The Rare Auld Times
(1988, IRL)

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Home & Away – "16 Collected Irish Ballads"
1989, IRL)

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Home & Away – "20 Collected Irish Ballads"
(1990, IRL)

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Gold and Silver Days
(1991, IRL)
Paddy Reilly

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The Gold and Silver Days
(1991, USA)
Paddy Reilly

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Live at Johnny Fox's Pub
(1992, IRL)

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You'll Never Beat The Irish
(1993, USA)

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Irish Football & Pub Songs
(1994, IRL)

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Festival of Irish Folk – Volume Two
(1994, USA)
[various artists]

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Festival of Irish Folk – Volume Three
(1994, USA)
[various artists]

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The Craic & Porter Black
(1995, IRL)

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Raise the Roof
(1998, IRL)

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On Holy Ground
(2000, IRL)

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Ireland my Ireland
(2003, IRL)