The Fureys & Davey Arthur   •   Discography

The Fureys & Davey Arthur are an Irish folk band originally formed in 1976. The group consisted initially of four brothers, Eddie, Finbar, Paul and George Furey, and their friend Davey Arthur. Finbar Furey left the band in 1997. Paul Furey died suddenly in June 2002. Davey Arther left the band in 1992, returned in 2008, but hasn't played with The Fureys since 2014 due to health issues.

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Discography
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Emigrant
(1976, IRL)

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Emigrant
(1977, FRA)

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Morning on A Distant Shore
(1977, IRL)

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Banshee
(1978, IRL)

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The Green Fields of France
(1979, IRL)

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The Sound Of …
(1980, IRL)

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Beer Beer Beer & Lament
(1981, IRL)

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When You Were Sweet Sixteen
(1982, IRL)

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When You Were Sweet Sixteen
(1982, ZAF)

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RTE's Festival Folk – Volume One
(1982, IRL)
[various artists]

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RTE's Festival Folk – Volume Two
(1982, IRL)
[various artists]

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When You Were Sweet Sixteen
(1983, CAN)

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Steal Away
(1983, IRL)

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RTE's Festival Folk – Volume Three
(1983, IRL)
[various artists]

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In Concert
(1983, IRL)

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Golden Days
(1984, IRL)

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At the End of The Day
(1985, IRL)

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The First Leaves of Autumn
(1986, IRL)

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Red Rose Café
(1987, UK)

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The Scattering
(1988, IRL)

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The Fureys Finest
(1988, USA)

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Dublin Songs
(1988, IRL)
[various artists]

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The Whistling Gypsy & Tara Hill
(1990, UK)

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Gold and Silver Days
(1991, USA)
Paddy Reilly

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Winds of Change
(1992, IRL)

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Claddagh Road
(1994, UK)

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May We All Someday Meet Again
(1996, IRL)

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Celtic Collections
(1996, IRL)

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Twenty-One Years On…
(1999, IRL)

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The Fureys Sing Chaplin
(2001, IRL)

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I Will Love You
(2003, IRL)

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My Father's House
(2005, IRL)

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Today
(2007, IRL)

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30 Years On
(2008, IRL)

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Songs Through the Years
(2012, IRL)